CBT is an increasingly popular form of psychological therapy, and many people who have learned about the methods find that it helps them a great deal in doing their job - if their job involves helping people in distress experience less distress, or perhaps helping people learn how to manage their life more effectively, for example in health care, education or the prison service.
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- Continuing professional development, taught
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This High Intensity Diploma is joint funded by Health Education England and local NHS Commissioners and is designed to provide a postgraduate training for NHS Talking Therapies High Intensity Cognitive Behaviour Therapists.
The Diploma aims to teach students to [more...]
ACT is an evidence-based trans-diagnostic intervention that has its origins in the behavioural tradition. It is concerned with helping individuals identify their values and taking committed action in the service of them. ACT identifies key processes that enable individuals to develop greater ‘psychological flexibility’ and teaches skills that help to change the relationship between an individual and their experience. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, ACT Week will not be offered this year, however you may wish to contact email@example.com in order to be added to a waiting list, should activities resume in the future.