One day Introduction to CBT



23 March 2018

Course leader

Matthew Cole

Length of course

One day

Course Venue

York St John University 

Level & credit

Short course

Fees & funding

Fee £95

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Course content

Attendees will gain a greater understanding of the basic ideas and concepts of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.  Attendees can use this to help understand their client’s problems and to develop more focused, collaborative working partnerships and create lasting, meaningful change.


What will I learn?

  • What is CBT
  • How to use CBT for Assessments of clients
  • Formulation of client’s problems with CBT
  • Common Treatment Interventions



Who should attend?

Health and social care professionals who work with individual clients who wish to expand their knowledge and skill base.

What difference will it make to attendees?

Individuals who have attended the course can utilise CBT skills within the therapeutic alliance, creating lasting change for the clients they work with.  In addition to being able to use CBT skills within their own lives.


What difference will it make to my work?

This course will create a more knowledgeable worker who can use CBT to complement their own working practices, and further enhance their skills and competence. This in turn will have a positive impact on the working environment.


What difference will it make to my employer or service?

By having highly skilled and motivated employees this has a direct impact on staff welfare and sense of empowerment when working clinically.



Course Leader Biography:

Matthew Cole is a 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 is highly experienced in the utilization of CBT within a range of practice settings with a vast array of presenting issues.  He specialises in the treatment of clients with complex clinical presentations.

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