Hot Cross Buns & Thinking in Triangles
A CBT approach to understanding problematic behaviour and promoting self-assessment and positive change.
This course is designed for front line staff working with complex client groups and draws from knowledge/skills gained throughout engagement training. Participants will gain further insight into the development and maintenance of persistent, problematic behaviours and, from within a cognitive behavioural framework, learn how to assist clients with self-assessment, self-identified change goals and self-calibrated behaviour modification plans.
Participants will leave this training having achieved the following:
- Demonstrate clear understanding of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy as a model of intervention.
- Demonstrate ability to draw from own personal experience in order to enhance understanding of the model.
- Demonstrate ability to apply some of the components of CBT to the understanding of problematic and persistent behaviours.
- Demonstrate ability to formulate the development and maintenance of problematic behaviours and collaboratively put together change plans with clients (practised with peers).
- Develop a ‘tool kit’ of ideas and strategies to use with clients of varying age ranges and abilities that promotes understanding and change.
Karen Keates BSc (Hons), Dip.
Director, Trainer & Cognitive Behaviour Therapist
Neil Lewis GDip Assoc. CIPD
Director & Trainer
- £4, 500 + VAT