Healing Yourself Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
What you'll learn
- Learn from a therapist how to correctly use practices from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Master powerful techniques and tools, like the chain analysis, to aid you through tough times
- Discover what harmful core beliefs are and which ones you have
- How to turn your harmful beliefs into healthy beliefs
- Discover why you are so triggered by certain things people say or do
- How to work through psychological wounds and problems and how to effectively be there for yourself
- What neurogenesis and neuroplasticity are and how exactly can psychotherapy positively impact both
- Discover not only CBT practices, but also systems to apply them in your life
- Download the workbook attached to the course
- You are not alone in this course. I am here for you as an active instructor to support and guide you. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the Q&A form. I will answer your questions
- No other requirements are needed
Hey, I am so grateful that you decided to check out this course and read the description.
I am Jellis Vaes, a therapist/coach. I’d like to invite you on a journey with me where you will learn how to heal psychological and emotional wounds that you may be struggling with, using practices and exercises from cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)—an evidence-based psychotherapy.
In creating this course, I bring not just my professional knowledge from studying psychology and as the founder of The IPS Project, an educational platform on life that informs and educates you on life topics that we learn little to nothing about while growing up—topics such as mental health, the mind, relationships, the body and brain, etc.
But, I also bring my personal understanding of these topics from picking myself up after being stuck in a very dark place myself for several years.
What I mean is that I’m someone who does not just theoretically understand what I am talking about, but I am also someone who is truly familiar with serious issues, having gone through difficult times myself.
In this course, I will teach you what I have learned in the last 5 years of devoting my life to helping others live better: ways and techniques to heal yourself and become unstuck in life through practices and exercises used in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
You will receive not only a well-crafted, well-thought-out, and downloadable Workbook with various exercises and resources, but you will also enjoy pleasant animations and customized illustrations to make the whole learning process more fun and engaging.
Lastly, I want you to know that along the way, you will also have my full support as an active instructor, so please don’t hesitate to ask me any questions you may have.
Having provided some description about this course, I sincerely hope to welcome you in our first lesson at the start of this exciting journey, where you will learn the tools and techniques to heal yourself.
I have taken a lot of care in creating this course, and I feel positive that it can bring a change to your life.
Who this course is for:
- If you want to take a chance, together with me, to move through wounds from your past that are negatively affecting your life
- Anyone who feels unhappy or unsatisfied about their current situation
- If you want an easy-to-follow yet potentially life-changing two-hour course that may truly help you live a happier life
- If you are looking for a practical course with effective and proven exercises to better your life
- Those who like to keep growing and work on their self-development
- Aspiring therapists, coaches, or students in psychology who want to learn more about cognitive behavioral therapy
- This course is perfect if you want to work through destructive thoughts that affect the quality of your life
- If you are looking for a fun course with engaging animations, stunning illustrations, and an active instructor
Hey! I am Jellis Vaes, a mental health coach, adventurer, and CEO/founder of The IPS Project, an educational platform on life.
The platform was formed out of my struggles with my own demons—loneliness and suicidal thoughts. In essence, I created a platform I wish had existed when I was struggling with my problems.
Through practical articles, online courses, events, and a regular podcast, the platform provides knowledge about life topics such as mental health, relationships, the workings of the mind, etc.—topics that many of us learn little to nothing about while growing up.
When I am not holding therapy sessions or working on The IPS Project, you’ll likely find me out in the mountains or traveling somewhere with a camera in hand. I am an avid adventurer firmly into alpinism, and a passionate travel & adventure photographer/videographer.
I hope I can welcome you soon in one of my courses! Also, if you like, follow me on Instagram or YouTube, where I put out additional helpful and awesome content :).
The IPS Project is an educational platform on life that brings forward lessons on topics like mental health, relationships, the mind, etc. All of these are part of everyone’s life, but few people know anything about dealing with them.
The IPS Project was founded by Jellis Vaes after he spent six years struggling with loneliness and suicidal thoughts.
At the age of 18, he started traveling alone around the world and did so for the next three years.
During that personal journey of healing, he began forming the idea for The IPS Project: a platform to provide the necessary information on subjects we learn little to nothing about in regular schools, and, in many cases, from our parents.
Through countless practical articles, animated videos, a book library, online courses, workshops, a podcast, and other means, The IPS Project tries to fill that missing gap in life education.
For more information about The IPS Project, and to access its vast archive of life education, visit our website.