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Graduate Certificate in Psychotherapeutic Approaches (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Specialisation)

Date: 1 Dec 2018 - 15 Dec 2018



The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with an understanding of the theory and practice of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). In addition to a sound theoretical knowledge, participants will learn the essential core skills required to practice CBT clinically.

CBT is a highly structured, short-term, present-oriented psychological therapy (aka psychotherapy) that aims to resolve a client’s presenting issues by modifying dysfunctional thoughts and behaviours. CBT is one of the most evidence-based research psychotherapy shown to be effective in treating a variety of disorders, particularly clinical depression and anxiety disorders.

This workshop is for participants who would like to practice CBT but do not have the necessary training. This workshop may also be useful for teachers, management, leadership teams, parents or and individuals who are passionate about people and want to help others achieve more meaningful results in life.


Any one of the followings:

- Psychology diploma graduates (Ngee Ann / Temasek Polytechnic)
- Undergraduate Psychology students
- Participants with a bachelor degree from any discipline with an interest in the Helping Profession
- ACA / APACS / SPS Members without CBT background


This workshop will cover the following areas:

- Introduction to Basic Counselling Skills
- Theories & Application of Cognitive Therapy
- Theories & Application of Behavioural Therapy
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Bringing it together
- Application of CBT on Depression & Anxiety
- Ethics of Counselling & Psychotherapy

Duration: 9am to 6pm

Venue: The Lion Mind, 1 Sophia Road, #06-31A, Singapore 228149

Website: Go to event website


Language: English

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