Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT Practitioner Course

Become a Certified Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practitioner and elevate your understanding of human behaviour.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT Practitioner Course
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59.60 GB
Total length :
31h 29m



Kain Ramsay


Last update

Last updated 10/2022



Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT Practitioner Course

What you’ll learn

Cognitive psychology: An analysis, evaluation, and comparison of major ideas.
The course will examine both personal characteristics and individual differences.
The application of cognitive psychology to everyday events and challenges.
Perception is not reality, although many people incorrectly believe that it is.
Self-awareness as a key to all personal development and social effectiveness.
Adaptability of the mind and the ability to interpret life experiences differently.
A goal setting method that promotes positive thinking and purpose-driven behavior.
A practical framework for mind management and effective emotional regulation.
Simple and effective ways to share what you learn in this course with other people.
And much, much more.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT Practitioner Course


It is not necessary to have prior CBT training or knowledge to join this course.
Students are encouraged to take notes (for self-reflection purposes only).
Students can access this training from anywhere with an internet connection.
You can also listen to the MP3 version if you prefer to learn on the go.
You can access your training course on a tablet, smartphone, or desktop.
Additional PDF materials are provided to enhance your learning experience.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a dynamic psychology-based personal growth discipline that offers thought-provoking insights into the relationship between emotions, habits, perceptions, attitudes and behaviours of the human mind.A cognitive psychologist investigates how we perceive and interpret information from the environment around us, and how we combine information from that environment with our prior experiences to make decisions about how to respond to our changing environment. This course will offer you insight into the central role cognition plays in our everyday lives.This Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practitioner Training is a comprehensive learning experience that’s firmly rooted in time-honoured cognitive psychology. As you take this course, you will gain a clear understanding of how the mind works, as well as the opportunity to raise your self-awareness, shape inner resilience, and enhance your mental well-being.This course covers the major themes of cognitive psychology, such as perception, mind management, decision making, and more. During this course, you will learn how CBT can assist with stress reduction, confidence, motivation, and life transitions. This course offers insights into human nature by blending cognitive psychology with valuable life principles.Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Practitioner Training offers you a solid basis for self-definition where they can evaluate their general outlook on life. Moreover, this training will introduce you to numerous psychological concepts which will facilitate your personal growth as you learn how to make wise decisions about how you allocate your time, energy and resources.The following are some of the topics you will learn during this training:Cognitive psychology: An analysis, evaluation, and comparison of major ideas.The course will examine both personal characteristics and individual differences.The application of cognitive psychology to everyday events and challenges.Perception is not reality, although many people incorrectly believe that it is.Self-awareness as a key to all personal development and social effectiveness.Adaptability of the mind and the ability to interpret life experiences differently.A goal setting method that promotes positive thinking and purpose-driven behavior.And much, much more.The psychology of cognition covers a wide range of topics, including knowledge, perception, activity, problem-solving, personal development, and mental resilience. This course covers the most important concepts and themes in modern cognitive psychology, such as the human tendency to interpret, explain, and find meaning in life’s everyday experiences.The course consists of over 32 hours of formal instruction and practical discussion. In each section of the course, you will learn practical life skills as well as theoretical knowledge and a disciplined approach to cultivating self-awareness which includes self-reflection. The instructor has over a decade of experience in teaching CBT and modern applied psychology.Within the subject matter of this training, a variety of established psychology-based frameworks are used (including some that are unique to this program). You will be provided with all of the knowledge that you need to integrate the fundamental teachings of CBT into every relevant aspect of your life by enrolling in this on-demand CBT Practitioner Training.We will provide you with bite-sized modules in this course that are easy to understand and apply. The flexibility to learn anywhere, anytime, on any device means you are in total control. The course is endorsed by the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology and includes all the relevant topics to ensure you gain a clear comprehension of the topic.“An excellent course if you want to practice cognitive psychology – the additional resources are also extremely valuable and I cannot recommend this course enough.” – Fraser HemsworthThis training is part of a larger curriculum of professional development training resources, designed by Kain Ramsay Ltd, and hosted within the Achology community peer-learning environment. The training course is accompanied by a 30-day money back guarantee, so if you’re not happy with the format, you can get your money back – no questions asked.


Section 1: The Central Ideas of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Lecture 1 Introducing the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Practitioner Course

Lecture 2 Introducing the Wise Mind Model

Lecture 3 Course Support and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Lecture 4 Join the FREE Achology ‘Principles into Practice’ Discussion Group

Lecture 5 What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

Lecture 6 Albert Ellis’ Barriers to Effective Listening

Lecture 7 An Overview of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Lecture 8 The Core Assumptions of Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Lecture 9 The Levels of Human Growth and Development (Part 1)

Lecture 10 The Levels of Human Growth and Development (Part 2)

Lecture 11 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy’s Foundations

Lecture 12 A Checklist of CBT Definitions

Lecture 13 Connecting Thoughts, Emotions & Behaviour

Lecture 14 The ‘ABCs’ of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Lecture 15 The 14 Self-Defeating Beliefs of Albert Ellis (Part 1)

Lecture 16 The 14 Self-Defeating Beliefs of Albert Ellis (Part 2)

Lecture 17 The Psychology of Destructive Behavior

Lecture 18 Looking Closer at Perceptual Variances

Lecture 19 The Map is Not the Territory

Section 2: The Psychology Behind Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Lecture 20 Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development

Lecture 21 The Cognitive Biases of Noam Chomsky

Lecture 22 The Cognitive Biases of Daniel Kahneman

Lecture 23 The Opposite Ends of Extreme Thinking

Lecture 24 A Discussion about Extreme Thinking

Lecture 25 A. Beck’s Common Cognitive Distortions (Part 1)

Lecture 26 A. Beck’s Common Cognitive Distortions (Part 2)

Lecture 27 Self-Reflection Exercise No 1.

Lecture 28 Self-Reflection Exercise No 2.

Lecture 29 Demonstration: Identifying Cognitive Distortions

Lecture 30 The Four Domains of Emotional IQ

Lecture 31 The “Drama” Triangle and “Victim’ Mentality

Lecture 32 A Holistic Look at the Human Experience

Lecture 33 Demonstration: Checking the Congruence of a Client’s Goals

Lecture 34 “A Revolution From the Inside Out”

Lecture 35 The Cognitive Flexibility Concept

Lecture 36 Demonstration: Developing Cognitive Flexibility

Lecture 37 Shifting the Client’s Perspective

Lecture 38 People Types: The ‘Chris’ Principle

Lecture 39 A Standard for Effective CBT Practice

Lecture 40 Four Types of Learning Styles & End of Section Summary

Section 3: Cognitive Behavioural Models for Understanding People

Lecture 41 A Look at the Johari Window

Lecture 42 Current Situation – vs – Ideal Situation

Lecture 43 What Is the Foundation of Your Life?

Lecture 44 Circle of Concern – Versus – Circle of Control

Lecture 45 The AMAP CBT Thought Management Workbook

Lecture 46 Neisser’s Five Levels of Self-Awareness

Lecture 47 Facilitating Cognitive Change in Six Steps

Lecture 48 The A, B, C, D, E’s of CBT (and REBT)

Lecture 49 CBT for Challenging Emotionally Fuelled Thoughts

Lecture 50 Demonstration: Working through the A, B, C, D, E Model

Lecture 51 The Socratic Questioning Process

Lecture 52 Demonstration: Socratic Questioning

Lecture 53 Cognitive Restructuring: Putting Thoughts on Trial

Lecture 54 The STOPP Card Strategy

Lecture 55 The ‘Lazarus’ Technique

Lecture 56 Understanding the Natural Order of our Emotions

Lecture 57 Attributes of an Effective CBT Practitioner

Lecture 58 The Decision Choices of Maturity and Character

Lecture 59 End of Section Three Summary & Wrap Up

Section 4: The Construction of Cognition and Core Beliefs

Lecture 60 Introducing the Belief Development and Modification Section

Lecture 61 An Overview of Classical Conditioning

Lecture 62 An Overview of Operant Conditioning

Lecture 63 Growth Mindset – Versus – Fixed Mindset

Lecture 64 The AMAP Core Beliefs Workbook

Lecture 65 The Timeline of Belief Development

Lecture 66 Taking a Closer Look at Limiting Beliefs

Lecture 67 The Kuhn Cycle of Progress

Lecture 68 The Pygmalion Effect (Self-Fulfilling Prophecy)

Lecture 69 How Self-Defeating Ideologies Are Formed

Lecture 70 Introducing The Limiting Beliefs Demonstrations

Lecture 71 Demonstration: Questioning Limiting Beliefs

Lecture 72 Questioning Limiting Beliefs: Demonstration Deconstruction

Lecture 73 Demonstration: Parental Timeline Reimprinting Questions

Lecture 74 Parental Timeline Reimprinting Questions: Demo Deconstruction

Lecture 75 Introduction to Timeline Interventions

Lecture 76 Demonstration: Timeline Interventions

Lecture 77 Self-Reflection Exercise No 3.

Lecture 78 The Core Identity Model TM

Lecture 79 Hans Eysenck’s Model of Personality

Lecture 80 The ‘Good-Enough’ Principle

Lecture 81 End of Section Four Summary & Wrap Up

Section 5: Values as a Foundation for Sound Decision Making

Lecture 82 Introducing the Personal Values Section

Lecture 83 Fear: The Sabotager of Our Best Intentions

Lecture 84 Schwart’s Theory of Basic Human Values

Lecture 85 Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Lecture 86 The Adapted Version of Maslow’s Hierarchy

Lecture 87 The AMAP Personal Values Workbook

Lecture 88 The Complex Web of Personal Values (Part 1)

Lecture 89 The Complex Web of Personal Values (Part 2)

Lecture 90 End of Section Five Summary & Wrap Up

Section 6: Cognitive-Communication Skills and Principles

Lecture 91 Introducing the Communication Skills Section

Lecture 92 The Differences Between Advice, Guidance and Counselling

Lecture 93 Levels of Connection in Relationships

Lecture 94 The Barriers to Healthy Communication

Lecture 95 Seven Essential Active Listening Skills

Lecture 96 Demonstration: Active Listening Skills

Lecture 97 Top Tips for Communicating Effectively

Lecture 98 The Four Natural Stages of Communicating

Lecture 99 The Three Levels of Listening

Lecture 100 The Perceptual Repositioning Process

Lecture 101 Demonstration: Perceptual Re-Positioning

Lecture 102 The Seven Different Types of Question

Lecture 103 Solution Focused Questions that Work in Any Conversation

Lecture 104 Chunking Up and Down: The Hierarchy of Ideas

Lecture 105 Demonstration: Chunking Up and Down

Section 7: The Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Goal-Setting Process

Lecture 106 An Introduction to CBT Goal Setting

Lecture 107 The Four Different Types of Goals

Lecture 108 The Seven Deadly Sins of Goal Setting

Lecture 109 Defining Your Greatest Life Vision

Lecture 110 The AMAP CBT Goal Setting Workbook

Lecture 111 S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting

Lecture 112 The Life Purpose Workbook

Lecture 113 The Eisenhower Productivity Matrix

Lecture 114 Evaluating the Congruence of a Goal

Lecture 115 Demonstration: Evaluating the Congruence of a Goal

Lecture 116 Demonstration Deconstruction: Evaluating the Congruence of a Goal

Lecture 117 The AMAP Action Planning Template

Lecture 118 Gerard Egan’s Skilled Helper Model

Lecture 119 Course Recommended Reading List

Lecture 120 End of Course Summary & Closing Thoughts


People in roles of social or occupational influence, such as parents, managers/leaders.,Individuals who want to increase in self-awareness and are inspired by personal growth.,Experienced CBT practitioners or psychologists who want to broaden their perspective.,Students with an interest in general psychology will find this course particularly interesting.,The course can be taken independently or in tandem with another Achology training.,People from all cultures will benefit from the lessons and insight offered in this course.

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Created by: Kain Ramsay

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