CBT diary for emotional management
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy diary
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 5 Articles
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Reduce the negative emotions using CBT diary as a technique from cognitive-behavioral therapy.
  • Create a CBT diary and use it for handling the negative experiences from interpersonal relationships.
  • Differentiate CBT diary from other kinds of diaries.
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  • No prior knowledge about Cognitive-Behavioral therapy is required.
  • The students may need a paper notebook or some basic skills to use Word or another software for text writing regarding the course project (homework) related to CBT diary.

This CBT diary course is focused on applying a technique from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Cognitive Behavioral Diary - for emotional management. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an evidence-based therapy that achieves emotional management through the change of some cognitions. The change of dysfunctional cognitions and negative emotions in CBT often occurs by using the CBT diary technique. This online course "CBT diary for emorional management" is focused on improvement of one's emotional state through the technique of diary in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. CBT diary is related with the scientific methods of introspection and biography. In this online course, the structure of CBT diary is presented and each element of its structure is discussed with some appropriate examples. Some resource materials are given for assistance in applying CBT diary for emotional management. The course project consists of creating and maintaining regularly your CBT diary for emotional management using the template offered in this course. Practicing skills is important for acquiring new ones and improving the existent. The video lectures in this course have closed captions (CC) / subtitles in English.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to learn to manage their negative emotions.
  • Anyone interested in Cognitive-Behavioral therapy.
  • Anyone interested in psychology.
  • Psychology students, psychologists and psychotherapists could benefit the most from this online course.
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Curriculum For This Course
27 Lectures
What to expect from this course?
4 Lectures 13:44

Course overview

Preview 01:42

Reflection upon your reasons for choosing CBT and its CBT diary technique. 

Reflection question

This lectures gives some reasons why chosing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for emotional management. 

Why CBT?

This lecture points out the diagnostic function of diaries, expecially of CBT diary with its fixed structure. 

Why Diary? The scientific methods of Introspection and Biography

for Section 1
3 questions
CBT diary structure
10 Lectures 01:17:48


Automatic thought (part 1) - nature and origin

Automatic thought (part 2) - how to identify it

Evidence pro

Evidence con

Alternative thought

Changed emotion

Action plan and obstacles

Summary of typical CBT diary structure

for Section 2
4 questions
Cognitive biases
8 Lectures 46:50
Cognitive biases - part 1 (Polarized Thinking and Overgeneralization )

Cognitive biases - part 2 (Catastrophizing, Magnification, and Mind reading)

Cognitive biases - part 3 (Labeling and Personalization)

Cognitive biases - Filtering, Discounting Positives, Jumping to Conclusions

Cognitive biases - part 5 (Control Fallacies, Blaming, and Being Right)

Cognitive biases - part 6 (Emotional reasoning, Change Fallacy, and Comparisons)

Cognitive biases - part 7 (Strict rules, Reward Fallacy, and Fairness Fallacy)

Cognitive biases interaction

for Section 3
3 questions
Conclusion. What next?
5 Lectures 10:09
About the Instructor
Stanislava Yordanova Stoyanova
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Psychologist, PhD

Prof. Stanislava Yordanova Stoyanova, PhD is a psychologist with about 15 years' experience in the areas of psychological diagnostics and consultancy. She has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Transactional Analysis, and Art Therapy. She has a lot of scientific publications presenting the results from the scientific studies that she has conducted and the scientific projects in which she has participated.