Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (High Intensity) degree offered at Canterbury Christ Church University is delivered across a mix of classroom learning, clinical practice based learning, clinical supervision and intensive skills workshops. In addition to the high quality teaching, there is an emphasis on self-practice and self-reflection, both to enhance therapy skills and to support students in their journey through an intensive but rewarding year.
Individuals with a commitment to working in the sphere of adult mental health who would like to develop their skills in the delivery of CBT, in particular to people with moderate to severe mental health conditions.
As suggested by the entry criteria, participants of the programme will have already gained considerable experience in working with people with mental health problems, either as professionals from other related disciplines or through related work experience. However, this training will provide participants with the key competencies and skills to work effectively as Cognitive Behaviour Therapists, providing interventions for a range of clinical presentations. This qualification will also enable entry to the Masters programme for candidates wishing to develop applied research skills in CBT.
As an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, you will be able to practise within public (NHS) or private mental health services, or as in independent practitioner.
You can apply until:
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