Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is one of the most prevalent, widely-respected models used in psychotherapy today. The purpose of CBT is to improve mental health, relationships and goal attainment by using proven techniques and interventions to restructure and reframe ways we think about and respond to situations.
In this workshop you will learn why cognitive behaviour therapy is one of the most reputable psychotherapy models, and you will leave understanding a few of the most core and life changing interventions this model offers. Key interventions from the model will be thoroughly introduced with case examples from a variety of professional settings, to help you identify when you can draw upon these interventions to improve relationships and to reach current professional goals. This workshop will use a variety of adult learning methods including the use of lecture, live and video demonstrations, handouts and live coaching for competencies practice.
For more information contact the Faculty of Social Work Professional Development office:
Kitchener: 519-884-0710 ext. 5234
Milton: 519-884-0710 ext. 5235
Online: 519-884-0710 ext. 5235
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Counselling Skills for Mental Health : Counselling Skills for Mental Health
This workshop is currently not available. The 2021/2022 Faculty of Social Work Professional Development course and workshop dates will be available in early July 2021.