The part-time course in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy is designed for practitioners working with individuals with acute or longer-term psychological health problems; it is also suited to practitioners working in healthcare settings that attend to the psychosocial aspects of healthcare.
Students will gain the knowledge necessary to assess, conceptualise and provide initial interventions for clients with mild to moderate depression and anxiety, along with the clinical skills essential to assess and engage clients within a therapeutic process. They will learn how to use CBT models in a range of situations and cases.
Bachelor’s degree from a UK university in a relevant subject (or equivalent overseas degree). Non-native speakers need to provide evidence of proficiency in English (IELTS 7.0). Applicants will normally be registered with a professional body, and have acquired two years post-qualification experience.Please note applicants are required to secure a placement for the duration of the course, and may need to arrange for individual clinical supervision with a BABCP accredited supervisor. Trainees will attend a residential part of the course, as well as have a required number of clinical hours and self–study each week.
Recipient: University of the West of Scotland
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