Do you want to take your CBT practice to the next level by integrating new approaches such as Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy? Enrol now for a Five Day Professional Certificate in Third Generation CBT Approaches with PCI College. The course begins on Saturday 18th April and with limited places, we urge you to book your spot now to avoid disappointment.
Standard CBT approaches, based on Aaron Beck’s original model, have had a high level of success in working with the most common forms of depression, and with many of the anxiety disorders, as well as contributing significantly to areas such as the treatment of addictions and eating disorders. However, they have struggled to make a significant impact on more ingrained, complex problems such as chronic depression, PTSD, personality disorders, self-harm etc. Their value is also questionable in relation to the more subtle existential life-challenges many clients face. This has led to the development of a variety of “third generation” CBT-inspired approaches.
Venue: Dublin City Centre
Duration: 30 Hour Programme Saturday & Sunday (9.30am – 4.30pm)
Start Date: Saturday 18th April 2015
Lecturers: Eoin Stephens (MA, MIACP, MACI) and Eilish McGuinness (BSc, MIACP)
Fees: Fee is €780; see www.pcicollege.ie for full details and to book.
The aim of this 30 hour Continuous Professional Development Programme (CPD) course is to introduce participants to some of the main third generation approaches, namely Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Schema Therapy and Compassion Focused Therapy.
Day 1: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – Saturday 18th April
Day 2: Schema Therapy – Sunday 25th April
Day 3: Mindfulness-Based approaches: ACT and MBCT – Saturday 16th May
Day 4: Compassion Focused Therapy – Saturday 23rd May
Day 5: Integration/Assessment Day – September Date TBC
There will also be an opportunity on the Integration Day to reflect on the relevance of these approaches to each participant’s individual practice. To be eligible for this Professional Certificate, participants should have completed a Professional Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or similar
For further information, including eligibility and to book your place now, see http://www.pcicollege.ie/cpdcourse/ProfessionalCertificateThirdGenerationCBTApproaches
Please contact Sinéad or Lynn on 01-4642268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details of this or any of our courses.