CBT Skills And Techniques For Non-Therapists
Whilst a trained CBT therapist should always deliver CBT to people with clinically significant mental health problems, Cogntive-Behavioural skills and techniques can be usefully applied in non-clinical settings. This two-day course can be tailored to meet the specific needs of:
Nurses, both hospital based and community – Achieving concordance with patients about treatment; helping people manage their health conditions, especially pain, irritable bowel syndrome, and chronic fatigue.
First Line managers, HR staff and Employment Support Workers – Managing presenteeism and absenteeism; planning phased return to work programmes; helping people manage their emotions in the workplace.
Social Workers, Youth Workers, Occupational Health Therapists, and Physiotherapists – motivating people; helping people manage their emotions, and building their resilience.
Other courses available
• Improving self esteem
• Assertiveness, including using CBT to facilitate the cognitive changes necessary if people are to adopt assertive behaviours.
• Managing anger
• Bullying, and how to stop it
• Supporting people with enduring mental health problems
• Interventions using Mindfulness, attentional focus, and acceptance
• Basic skills in the Brief, Solution Focused Approach.