In this series, the main workshop is 'Active Listening and Socratic Questioning'. The workshop provides all what you need to know in counseling somebody. You will learn how to really listen to what people have to say, to ask the right questions and to respond in an empathic way. It is a basic skill all psychology majors need to have. It is also a useful skill for people in their home life. Most of the time parents, children and couples, talk over one another and don't assimilate what the other is trying to express and instead land up feeling disconnected and hurt.
In this series, you have multiple workshops that are built in a specific sequence to help you learn about yourself and about others. These workshops are about internal wellbeing. How do you know when you aren't doing well internally? How do you know if you are being treated badly or are treating others badly? Most people want to be confident, so how does one go about getting that and increasing self-confidence? Can we really always be in balance?...No! Life throws us off balance all the time. But you can learn to get back to center and in the good times develop a general sense of balance and wellbeing. All the workshops in this series are designed to provide learnings and tools that will help you do just that.
These are the blueprints that I always have tucked in the back of my mind, as I go into any session.
A UK Diploma brought to you by the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies in London, via CPD-PSYCH. When people talk about CBT they are really talking about CT as developped by Aaron Beck. REBT as developed by Albert Ellis, is often the forgotten sibbling. Yet it is part of CBT and a highly effective method, often more easily retained by patients. REBT is a life changing skill and therapy.
This is an official and recognised Certification Program in Individual Schema Therapy by the ISST (International Society of Schema Therapy). Upon completion (within 3 years) of all 3 workshops, exams and supervision sessions, you will be able to register yourself as an International Schema Therapist and be part of the ISST.
All 3 workshops constitute the accredited Certifcation Program in Individual Schema Therapy. However, for those who do not wish to become officially accredited schema therapists, you may take and pay for each workshop seperately. You will need to do this in sequence, e.g. you cannot take workshop 3, if you haven't done workshops 1 and 2.