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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Whether you’re thinking of pursuing a career in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or you’d simply like to improve your life - this course will give you a great head start in understanding the talking therapy CBT.

CBT is a structured methodology for people who actively want to make positive changes to their lives. The therapy helps people understand what triggers negative thought patterns and equips them to combat these as thoughts, feelings, or behaviours. 

After taking this course in CBT you will be able to recognise these patterns, improving the way you deal with everyday life and enhancing your well-being. You will also have taken your first steps to becoming a CBT practitioner and will be able to start helping others in the same way. 


Using a variety of images and media, by the end of this course you will have learned:

  • What CBT is and how it can be applied to self-help

  • Principles of CBT

  • Recognising our emotions

  • Understanding our thoughts, feelings and behaviours

  • Recognising negative thought cycles

  • Challenging negative patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours

  • Finding alternatives


Section 1: What is CBT?

Unit 1.1 - Introduction
Unit 1.2 - What is CBT?
Unit 1.3 - The Principles of CBT

Section 2: CBT in Practice

Unit 2.1 - Anxiety
Unit 2.2 - Let's Do CBT

Section 3: Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours

Unit 3.1 - Identifying Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours
Unit 3.2 - Understanding Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours

Section 4: It's All About You

Unit 4.1 - Making Changes
Unit 4.2 - It's All About You

Section 5: Course Ending

Unit 5.1 - Conclusion

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