FULLY ACCREDITED CBT DIPLOMA
CBT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression, Anxiety, Phobias and Panic Attacks
This course is fully accredited by a globally recognized CPD body, the Continuing Professional Development Standards Agency.
Taking this course will give you the opportunity to gain a diploma signifying formal certification for 10 hours of CPD credit.
Please note, accreditation is optional. It is by no means compulsory, or a prerequisite for taking the course. Degree requirements vary based on the position you pursue and the area in which you reside or work. Should you wish to opt for accreditation and the diploma, full details and directions will be given at the end of the course.
Do you suffer from depression, anxiety, phobias or panic attacks? Many of us do to some degree or another. If so, this course on CBT for depression, anxiety and phobias is exactly what you’re looking for. CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is an innovative and effective approach to psychotherapy that has helped millions of people around the world manage and overcome a wide range of issues related to unwanted thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
One of the most defining features of CBT is its focus on teaching people to be their own therapists. The idea is not to make you dependent on years of therapy, but to teach you practical strategies and methods that you can use to deal with current problems right now, as well as to handle any future issues.
Depression, anxiety and phobias are some of the most common mental issues that people face in everyday life, and CBT can provide you with solutions to these problems immediately. In this course we’ll look at each of these in turn and outline strategies and methods you can use in order take control of your own mental health.
Here we’re offering a way for you to take charge of where your life is going. A way to be aware of the big and small things that happen in your life from minute to minute and day to day. We’ll address negative thought patterns, which will eliminate negative feelings and destructive behavioural patterns. CBT can provide you with solutions to anxiety, phobias, panic attacks and more, producing tangible results in a very short space of time.
How this will work in practice is that we will take a look at each type of issue. First depression, then anxiety and finally phobias. After ensuring that what issue actually involves has been made clear, we’ll look at under what circumstances each issue would qualify as something that needs serious attention. As a last step we’ll go over the aspects of CBT that you can apply all by yourself, without the need for external support or guidance.
CBT really is an amazing versatile model that can be applied to an array of problematic symptoms, producing positive results for you, right now. Don’t suffer a moment longer, take this course and discover the magic of CBT. As with all my courses, I’m on hand to provide support, 7 days a week.
This CBT cognitive behavioural therapy for depression, anxiety and phobias course, includes 35 downloadable resources. The course syllabus includes:
Gain a good understanding of what depression is and all the different aspects associated with this mood disorder.
Suicidal ideation is the most serious symptom of depression and involves constant, even intrusive thoughts of suicide. Here we're going to learn a bit more about it.
Here are some questions for you to consider carefully. Keep these in mind as we explore depression further.
In this lecture, you'll gain an understanding of why depression happens, which can help you to put it into context.
Students will learn about the various types of depression as well as the symptoms of major depression, and where CBT self-help has the most potential for good.
Let's start looking at the ways in which we can start to record our thoughts and feelings, in order to make the changes we want.
This lecture covers how to become aware of your thoughts feelings and behaviours, the first step in any CBT process.
Together with an exercise, students will be able to try and break a negative cycle by changing just one of the three key components (thought) they've identified as a possible trigger for depression.
Students will learn how to tackle three practical issues associated with depression, negative thought, withdrawal and isolation.
Here we look at the ABC model using examples
Together with an activity we'll gain a true understanding of what anxiety actually is.
CBT is specially designed to address faulty thinking patterns, which makes it so effective in treating general anxiety disorders. This lecture will enable you to tell the difference between normalcy and if you have a problem.
Anxiety disorders are very different from each other, and knowing the differences are very important.
Together with an activity, you'll learn how to reduce the level of anxiety you're experiencing.
In this lecture you'll learn how to think in a more balanced and reasoned way.
Here we have a look at seven common thinking errors!
We're going to look at a number of things you can do in order to manage social anxiety more effectively.
In this lecture we'll cover the next steps necessary in combating social anxiety.
Discover some very important things about panic attacks that'll help you deal with them better.
When it comes to panic attacks, there are two types of thinking you'll need to pay special attention to, and this lecture covers both of them.
This is the second of three quizzes - make sure you visit the next bumper quiz at the end of the next section!
This lecture is on negative core beliefs which may be creating problems for you and what you can do about them.
It’s important to be aware of your core beliefs because they are likely to be influencing your day to day interpretations of situations and relationships.
Negative core beliefs, can suggest something is awful or unacceptable when actually you just don’t like it. You can also draw a general conclusion from just one piece of evidence, when there’s plenty of evidence pointing to another conclusion.
To deal with this extreme aspect of core beliefs it can be helpful to generate In-Between Beliefs.
Here we learn about exposure therapy
Understand the criteria that generally indicates whether someone qualifies as a specific phobia sufferer.
Here we are going to cover the most common form of therapy for phobias.
Here we look at challenging obsessions
Learn how to create a fear ladder that you'll use in combination with exposure therapy.
This lecture covers agoraphobia and the measures you can take to manage it.
Here we look at the negative cycle of agoraphobia
Together with an exercise we'll cover how to manage agoraphobia, step by step.
In this course conclusion we'll discuss some of the ways in which you've empowered yourself and what you can continue to do.
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LIBBY SEERY - Founder of Renaissance Life Therapies Ad.Dip.Psych, PGDip.CBT, Dip.Couns, Dip.NLP, Dip.Psych.Coach
All of my online courses are fully accredited with the CPD Standards Agency and offer students the opportunity to gain CPD credits/hours.
I am a Psychotherapist, Counsellor, and Therapeutic Art Practitioner.
I run a very successful practice in Harley Street, London which is recognised the world over as a centre of medical excellence.
I am a highly trained specialist with a wealth of experience, working with people from all walks of life; including referrals from charities I'm involved in, to very high profile clients from all over the world.
As well as my client work, I have had a number of works published and have appeared on TV and radio.
I am also the founder of Renaissance Life Therapies Training Academy, which offers courses in counselling, CBT and other areas of self development.
As an accredited CPD training provider, I have more than 60,000 students, from 181 countries, and have been honoured with a number of awards for my contribution to education.
I also write and lecture in my subject, as well as training other doctors and counsellors in specialist areas of counselling and therapeutic art.