Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
01 230 35 36
CBT Training for the Pluralistic and Integrative Therapist CPD 5 day online training by
30 CPD hours
External training, CPD approved.

Course Dates:

24th  May         9.30am – 4.30pm

25th  May         9.30am – 4.30pm

14th  June         9.30am – 4.30pm

15th  June         9.30am – 4.30pm

 21st  June        9.30am – 4.30pm

This course is specially designed for psychotherapists who aim to complement their existing, often non-directive or person-centred approaches with the more directive and structured techniques of CBT, particularly those working within integrative or pluralistic frameworks.

There's a growing trend of clients who are well-informed about the different types of therapy available, and many are specifically requesting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy due to its strong evidence base and effectiveness. As more individuals research and understand their options for therapy, the demand for CBT continues to rise.
In today's therapeutic landscape, many clients seek a directive approach that provides clear guidance and structured strategies to manage their mental health issues. CBT, known for its efficacy and evidence- based methodology, is an ideal addition to your therapeutic toolkit. It empowers clients with practical tools and strategies, thereby fostering self-efficacy and resilience.

By applying CBT, therapists can expand their therapy skills,  but also adapt to the varying needs of clients. This flexibility allows to tailor therapy approach, seamlessly blending directive CBT techniques with the empathetic, client-centred ethos of any existing practice.
This course offers an in-depth exploration of CBT principles, their application in diverse contexts, and the unique benefits they bring to an integrative or pluralistic therapy model.

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