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Cognitive Behavioural Therapies: High Intensity Training


Course Description

Designed to integrate the theory and practice of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, and to provide learners with a core framework of competencies enabling them to demonstrate key therapeutic skills.
MSc awarded L2 accreditation by BABCP (alongside their clinical practice, will allow students to seek accreditation with BABCP). This course is one of only three courses in the UK with full accreditation by the BABCP.

Visit the Cognitive Behavioural Therapies: High Intensity Training page on the University of Chester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

• Core professional training/at least 18 months post-qualification experience; or demonstrate eligibility through the BABCP pathway • Current practice setting facilitating access to appropriate patients in the role of trainee Cognitive Behavioural Therapist• One day a week in face-to-face therapy practice• External supervision arrangements, one hour per month for CBT supervision for purposes of course. Clinical supervisor must undergo training and be approved by the University CBT programme team• A level of practice enabling at least 8 therapy cases over duration of programme• Science-based degree or core professional training with research training experience

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