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Cognitive-behaviour therapy (HLSC 300)

 

Course Name

 

Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

 

Course Description

 

This online course covers the main theoretical concepts and interventions of cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT), including therapeutic approaches, intervention techniques, CBT skills and strategies, and the use of CBT as an evidence-based treatment approach for individuals with certain mental health disorders. The course also addresses the application of CBT theoretical principles to clinical practice.

 

This course is designed for professionals working in the mental health field, including therapists, nurses, counsellors, social workers, and psychologists.

 

 

Subject Code

 

HLSC 300

 

 

Learning Objectives

 

By the end of this course, students will

  • understand the principles and theory of CBT;
  • understand how to develop positive therapeutic relationships, and develop their own style for introducing clients to CBT;
  • understand the general structure of therapy and the CBT therapist role;
  • understand measures of client thoughts, feelings and mood; and
  • apply the theory, skills and strategies learned in their practice.

 

 

Tuition

 

$1624.00

 

Textbook not included in tuition fee. Contact the Douglas College Bookstore for prices and ordering information.

 

 

Pre-requisites

 

At registration, submit copies of

  • current CV,
  • transcripts, and
  • documentation of current registration in your profession

 

 

Course Content

 

  • Introduction to theory, principles and goals of CBT
  • Client orientation to CBT
  • Structure of CBT sessions
  • Cognitive distortions: thoughts/moods/behaviours
  • Thought records and journals
  • CBT skills and strategies
  • CBT and individuals with depression, anxiety, and “other” problems

 

 

Learning Resources

 

Greenberger, D. & Padesky, C. A. (1995). Mind Over Mood: Change How You Feel By Changing the Way You Think. New York: The Guilford Press.

 

Available through the Douglas College Bookstore.

 

 

Instruction Method

 

Interactive online course in Blackboard

 

Due to the nature of an online delivery, the student will be expected be proficient in computer skills including email, adding attachments, navigating the internet etc. Resources for getting started with Blackboard are available online to help get the student comfortable in the Blackboard environment.

 

 

Assignments

 

Grade will be assessed on completion of

  • participation
  • learning and research activities
  • clinical practice sheets
  • term paper

 

 

Grading

 

Minimum grade to pass is C (60%).

 

 

Completion Timeframe

 

6 months (200 hours) from course start date

 

A Continuing Education course certificate is issued on successful completion.

 

 

Registration and course start

 

Registration is easy; simply complete the CE-HS Registration Form and submit it to: cehs@douglascollege.ca, with proof of completion of the pre-requisite requirements. Payment of the tuition fee must accompany registration.

 

Instructions on how to access your course materials will be emailed to you by the Program Assistant within five (5) business days prior to your chosen course start date.

 

 Start Date  CRN  Deadline to Register
Dec 2, 2019 provided by dept Nov 22, 2019

Winter 2020

Start Date CRN
Deadline to Register
Jan 6, 2020 provided by dept Dec 20, 2019
Feb 3, 2020 provided by dept Jan 24, 2020
Mar 2, 2020 provided by dept Feb 21, 2020
Apr 6, 2020 provided by dept Mar 27, 2020

 

 

 

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