Introduction to CBT - 2 day face-to-face course

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21st - 22nd May 2022, 10.00am - 5.00pm
Counsellors and trainees
Mercure Leeds Parkway Hotel, Otley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS16 8AG

The introduction certificate to CBT is a two-day face to face course introducing the foundational elements of CBT and its use in the therapy room. The course includes:

  • the five major principles
  • levels of cognition
  • generic model of CBT
  • assessment
  • formulation
  • behaviours

The course also explores how CBT is used to treat anxiety and depression.

The course is ideal for therapists who wish to add another skill to their practice or those who work in mental health or other health professions.

Attendees of the course receive a certificate for 12 hours CPD.

About the trainer

The course is trained by Andy Williams - an experienced CBT therapist and accredited member of BABCP.

What our trainees have said about the course:

"Extremely enjoyable and thought provoking. Trainers and facilities excellent".

"I highly recommend this course as an intro to CBT. I now feel confident in using elements learned in my practice".

If you would like to know more about the course, you can call Jane on 0113 258 3399 or email her on To book your place, visit our website.

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Hosted by The Horsforth Centre For Counselling, Coaching, CBT & Psychotherapy

TA Training Organisation offers a range of training including counselling and psychotherapy and CBT. The training includes introductory level courses, CPD workshops, and a European and UK accredited programme in transactional analysis psychotherapy. TA Training Organisation is based at The Horsforth Centre, Leeds.


Hosted by The Horsforth Centre For Counselling, Coaching, CBT & Psychotherapy

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