Attendance Dates: 28/04/2023 05/05/2023 12/05/2023 26/05/2023 09/06/2023
Blended Learning - City Campus/MS Teams
Level 6: £1000 / Level 7: £1000 (NHS funding available)
Level 6/Level 7, 20 credit course.
Suitable for Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Psychologists, Nurses, Mental Health Nurses and other Mental Health workers.
Module content includes:
- Introduction to CBT as an approach for working with people.
- Development of critical understanding, key concepts, clinical frameworks and the current evidence base for CBT.
- Skills practice sessions, develop competence to transfer skills into area of practice.
- Critically reflect and evaluate relevance and impact.
*Delivered via a blended approach that includes online teaching and learning, digital learning and on campus sessions. If a further lockdown is necessary then delivery will be continued and supported via online and digital learning. We therefore require you to have access and the ability to MS Teams
Everything you need to know
These modules are designed for practitioners working with health and social care clients. For admission to the module you will usually be required to provide evidence of the successful completion of 120 credits (or equivalent) at the appropriate level in a relevant area / discipline:
- 120 credits at level 5 (Dip HE) for level 6 (degree) study
- 120 credits at level 6 (BScH/BAH) for level 7 (masters) study
Students will be assessed against level 6 or level 7 academic criteria on a portfolio of evidence to include:
- Level 6 - Written assignment consisting of critical reflective case study of the application of CBT skills in practice.
- Level 7 – Written assignment consisting of a critical assessment of the evidence for CBT with the clients main problem (1000 words) and a reflective critical case study of the use of CBT skills with a client/service user (2000 words)