This unit of study develops students' knowledge base and conceptual abilities in the principles and practice of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). The unit includes curriculum related to the fundamental theory of CBT, how it is used in the formulation of understanding psychological problems, and treatment techniques and interventions using this approach.
APT5035 - Theories and Techniques of Counselling or
APT5037 - Child and Adolescent: Theories and Techniques of Counselling
|1.||Appraise the principles that underpin CBT;|
|2.||Conceptualise client issues from a CBT perspective;|
|3.||Justify and apply CBT intervention skills;|
|4.||Identify and critique a range of professional literature that examines CBT practices.|
|5.||Critically review the application of CBT in a counselling role play|
|Assignment||Reflection on recorded CBT intervention.||20%|
|Literature Review||Review of professional literature that examines CBT intervention relevant to provided case study (1000 words)||40%|
|Case Study||Practical assignment: Recorded session of CBT intervention.||40%|
Learning cognitive behaviour therapy: An illustrated guide 2nd ed.
Wright, J.H., Brown, G.K., Thase, M.E. and Ramirez Basco, M. (2017)
Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing
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