Wed, 02 Nov|
Supporting Youth and Children with Special Needs through Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Online Workshop - 2nd November 2022
Time & Location
02 Nov 2022, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm SGT
About the event
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) reveals the relationship between beliefs, thoughts and feelings and the behaviours that follow. Through CBT, clients learn that their perceptions directly influence how they respond to specific situations - a person’s thought process informs their behaviours and actions. This training will bring participants through an introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) with a focus on supporting youth and children with special needs.
- Understanding the framework of CBT
- Exploring each thought dysfunction and strategies to help clients manage and move to positive constructive thinking patterns.
•Learn the Types of distortions
ØDiscounting the positive
•5 Ways to Stop Spiraling Negative Thoughts from Taking Control
ØRemove “should” thoughts
ØRecognize automatic negative thinking
ØPutting your thoughts on trial
ØAcknowledge how overwhelmed you feel
ØDon’t force positive thoughts