This module introduces cognitive behavioural therapies (CBT) and their use across healthcare settings. CBT is the most-researched form of psychotherapy, and the recommended psychological intervention for most mental health symptoms. Students will learn how CBT is applied in understanding psychological problems by examining cognitive behavioral models for different mental health conditions, such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive and trauma disorders. Students will be introduced to the theory and the practice of CBT, critically examining a broad range of therapeutic skills and treatment protocols for addressing specific disorders. Case studies will be used throughout to promote the translation of theoretical knowledge into practical applications and viceversa, and to achieve in-depth understanding of CBT.

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