CBT Educational Bursaries for Healthcare Professionals
Calling all healthcare professionals … the Irish Lung Fibrosis Association (ILFA Ireland) is pleased to offer educational bursaries to respiratory healthcare professionals working with lung fibrosis patients to study Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The course will be delivered online (January 2021) and will require a minimum commitment of 15 hours e-learning & 10 hours participatory (Teams & skills practice) online sessions.
The course will cover:
Assessing patients using the CBT model
Cognitive and behavioural techniques
Case study practice and presentations
After completing this course, you should be able to:
1. Understand the basics of CBT
2. Understand why CBT is useful for the treatment of depression and anxiety
3. Identify patients under psychological distress
4. Use basic CBT skills and techniques to help address psychological distress.
Please email email@example.com for an application form if you are interested in applying for an educational bursary for CBT Training. The closing date for applications is Monday 16th November.
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