Cognitive Behavioural Training for the Health and Caring Professions in NHS
The National Health Service employees health professionals in a variety of posts. The demand for health professionals to obtain Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and additional therapeutic skills to assist their patients is ever increasing. The Centre for Stress Management provides suitable courses for CPD.
United Kingdom NICE guidelines recommend evidence based therapies for the treatment of depression and anxiety-related disorders The published research highlights how the Cognitive Behavioural Approach is effective in treating a range of disorders.
The Centre for Stress Management has been providing Cognitive Behavioural training for health and caring professionals since 1987. Two courses have become popular in this time. The 2-day Primary Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Training (module 1) and the 3-day Primary Certificate in Advanced Cognitive Behavioural Skills (module 2). These two courses form the full Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. These courses provide knowledge and skills training for health professionals. Couse details below.
The British Psychological Society Learning Centre approves the Centre for Stress Management short 2-day Primary and extended Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma courses for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
ABOUT THE BPS LEARNING CENTRE
The BPS Learning Centre provides professional development opportunities for psychologists and non-psychologists. All CPD offered via the Learning Centre is quality assured against criteria developed by the Learning centre.
ABOUT THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
The British Psychological Society (BPS) is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK. It is not a trade union but is a registered charity in England and Wales and in Scotland. The Society was formed in 1901 and has more than 45,000 members. Through its Royal Charter, the Society is charged with overseeing psychology and psychologists. It has responsibility for the development, promotion and application of pure and applied psychology for the public good.