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Short course

Freeing Yourself of Worry and Rumination

How often do you find your clients stuck in rumination or worry cycles? Discover methods to help them with this short course.

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At the root of many mental health issues lies two critical processes; the first being a tendency to overthink, ruminate and worry and the second being a tendency to avoid, supress or push away thoughts, feelings and behaviours.


  • Duration – 2x 2 hour online webinars
  • Start date – Contact us for further information using the form below.
  • Facilitators - Matthew Cole - BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

Course Fees

    £95 For self-funded individuals

Course information

By attending this course you will:

Explore the two critical processes underlying many mental health issues and look at ways to minimise the impact of these internal processes utilising the latest developments within the third wave Cognitive Behavioural Therapies treatment modality.

This course is designed for IAPT Workers, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners, Mental Health Workers, Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

What difference will it make to attendees?

You will learn how to apply these techniques to yourself, thus making you less vulnerable to non-useful thinking habits and behaviours.

Benefits to the employee


  • Mental health professionals to learn ways to work with clients who worry and ruminate thus helping ameliorate their mental health challenges

Benefits to the employer


  • Clinicians to work more efficiently and effectively with these transdiagnostic issues, which are common to the majority of mental health challenges

Course leader biographies

Matthew Cole is BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist who has been in practice for nearly 30 years.  He has worked for a range of organisations including the NHS, the MOD, mental health charities and the private sector.  

He has worked with a vast range of individuals, groups and organisations using CBT based interventions as the agent of change.

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