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Introduction to Cognitive

Behavioral Therapy CBT

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Google meet / zoom

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19th to 27th March

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Friday and Saturday at 12 noon to 2pm

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Introduction to Acceptance & Commitment Therapy ACT


date 19th to 27th March


time Friday and Saturday at 12 noon to 2pm

Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT


Welcome to the Cognitive behavioural therapy program at Lyfsmile

Lyfsmile’s Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course has been thoroughly designed by the team of experienced psychologists with the careful integration of theoretical knowledge of the CBT concepts with several practical exercises to help you get a deeper understanding. The course is designed to give you a solid foundation in the principles of CBT and to provide you with the skills and techniques necessary to effectively treat clients. You will learn how to assess client needs, how to develop treatment plans, and how to deliver CBT therapy in a way that is effective and efficient.

Our dedicated team of professional psychologists and mentors provides an impressive amount of knowledge and expertise derived from working with over 1000+ clients .By the end of the program, interns will not only acquire essential knowledge and skills but will also earn a valuable certificate that will significantly enhance their future career prospects in the field of mental health counselling.


Learn about the theory and practice of CBT : Helps in identifying the most common cognitive errors and creates logical solutions to negative automatic thinking.
History and Development of CBT : know the origin of CBT and its development.
Underlying principles behind CBT : several principles under CBT that help the individual understand how their thoughts impact their actions.
Basic Counselling skills : skills that a counsellor must have to handle the client such as rapport formation, active listening and many more.
Cognitive Distortions : some biases or internal mental filters that aggravate our suffering, increase our worry, and make us feel horrible about ourselves.
Cognitive Models : How people's thoughts and perceptions influence the way they feel and behave.
TEA Model : Thoughts, emotions and actions, are constantly influencing one another. If we change one, then the others change too.
Activities and Worksheets