Accredited Third Wave Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Training
Degree level training in Mindfulness, Acceptance, Commitment and Compassion Focused Techniques
Therapists (both physical and mental health) looking to supercharge their behavioural activation skills to help clients get ‘unstuck’.
Modules co-produced with the Institute of Mental Health
The consistent philosophy of ACT in the presentation of the module.
Humour and lightness of learning.
It was very interactive and participatory. Liked the use of videos, discussion, role play and inclusion of personal reflection.
I liked the setting, the tutors, the course content, the students breaks, the discussion.
I like the recommended books.
I think it fits well with my work.
I like the resources out there.
I like the fact I can apply it on myself, and put my own oxygen mask on first!
Met my needs as a non-nurse – absolutely, thanks for delivering a great module and opportunities to continue our growth in practice after completion.
Really liked all aspects of the module, very well presented in a friendly sociable environment. I welcome the therapeutic approach and the real world approach to its implementation.
Particularly liked being able to practice the worksheets/plans to use with patients or ourselves and in pairs.
Liberating! A treatment modality that has the patient at the centre, helping them to change their focus away from the symptoms and the diagnosis of what is important to them.
Tutors provided support.
The learning ACT met with my profession and will provide job satisfaction.
Enjoyed the course and pace of learning was appropriate.
Group and tutors were welcoming.
Nice balance of teaching materials; videos, discussions and role play.
You will receive:
• Access to demonstrations of the specific clinical techniques that make up the approach, and the chance to practice them yourselves
• Learn via a wide range of experiential exercises, clinical role plays, group discussions, guided practice and video demonstration
• Action planning: resources for making use of techniques in your work including client worksheets
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