Remote Learning: An Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an approach that offers practical ways out of a negative thinking ‘loop’. This therapy is used to help people change thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are causing them problems.
It is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviours, not external things, like people, situations, and events. The benefit of this fact is that we can change the way we think to feel/act better even if the situation does not change.
This workshop will be delivered live using the free Zoom remote conferencing platform: The course will allow you to interact with your trainer and other participants in a virtual classroom where, in addition to the workshop content, there will be time built in for live discussions, question & answer sessions and skills practice. You can access the course wherever you have an internet connection; on a desktop, tablet or even a smartphone.
This course would be of benefit to organisations where stress and anxiety may be an issue among staff or clients.
Feedback from Remote Learning Introduction to CBT
"Zoom worked really well and Hilde was relaxed and generated ease. The content was engaging, interesting and extremely balanced. Length of the course was great too. Just right. Enjoyed every minute of it."
Roisin Verdon, DAISH Project
"Hilde was a great trainer, explained everything very well, was helpful when questions were been asked. Kept participation within group by asking questions and using breakout groups to work on different scenarios and case studies. A lot of information, but very useful to help work with clients and improve and gain more skills for myself in this regard."
Jennifer Byrne, Merchants Quay Ireland
What the training will cover
Participants will be provided with an overview of CBT and given the space to practice the skills associated with this approach.
There will be “real” scenarios taken from the group and then worked on using the skills and principles of CBT. This is done to enhance the learning experience and to make the connection between the theory and practice of CBT.
Participants will be asked to contribute in the large group and also in smaller ones via Zoom. There will be a number of exercises throughout the training that are designed for smaller group work and attendees will be encouraged to participate in role plays to put the theory into practice.
Participants will receive an emailed copy of the presentation, other supporting documents and links to relevant literature which will enable them to develop their understanding of CBT appropriate to this level.
The programme will be flexible to the needs of the group. Individual scenarios and experiences will be accommodated and included.
How these skills and approaches could help at work
Participants will gain an understanding of the theory of CBT and will be shown the tools to enable them to develop and build on their own CBT skills, which they can practice to alleviate stress and anxiety.
What is involved
Directed learning through presentation
Group discussion, group work and interaction
Practical skills learning through role-play
Suggestions for further learning and reading
Tailoring the training content
As all of our training is bespoke, we will consult you prior to delivery. A review of current practice within your organisation is offered and we will work with you to build a programme which meets any identified needs.
The Learning Curve Institute also offers a bespoke post-course support system whereby participants are provided with the contact details of the trainer and can contact them with questions they may have at any point subsequent to the training day.
People like what we do
"The course was really informative, enjoyable and interactive".
Jessica Keye, May 2019