CBT is an evidence-based approach to therapy, that has proven efficacy when working with clients who are dealing with depression. This one day workshop will support therapists and mental health practitioners who want to incorporate CBT into their clinical toolbox.
In this one day introductory workshop, participants will:
How do we know we are down – signs and symptoms
Distinguishing between depression and sadness or disappointment
The thought patterns underlying depression – what’s going on in the depressed mind
The behaviours that underpin depression – what do we do when we are depressed
How to identify the thoughts that contribute to depression
Challenging and changing this thinking and the behaviours we engage in when we are depressed
Practice makes perfect – designing practical exercises to put the new
Please note due to the current Covid -19 restrictions, our office team are working remotely. Therefore we would encourage you to apply online for speedy process of your application. Should you have any questions in relation to making your online application please contact Triona on 086-0499154.
Gain new knowledge and skills related to using CBT with Depression
Apply an evidence-based approach to clinical work
Excellent Facilitator – experienced, engaging and knowledgeable
Paula Lawlor MA, Dip. REBT.
Paula is a Chartered Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist. Paula holds both a BA and MA Degree in Psychology and a professional qualification in REBT (the first form of CBT). She studied under Windy Dryden (Prof. of Counselling, Goldsmiths College, University of London) and has been in private practice for 21 years. Paula is a founding member of the Institute for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (ICBT).
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