This module aims to enable students to develop and enhance their skills in the assessment and formulation of a clients mental health problems within a cognitive behavioural framework. It will enable students to develop the skills required to practise cognitive behavioural therapy with clients with a range of mental health problems.
If you are a registered nurse, social worker, counsellor, or work in disciplines allied to Mental Health Nursing/Counselling, then this course could be great for you to help expand your skills and knowledge.
|MODULE CODE||CAMPUS||DURATION||START DATE|
|NP3D025||Lower Glyntaff||13 half-study days||TBC|
The module will be developed following the principles of andragogy, using a range of teaching strategies. These will be structured and semi-structured. The emphasis will be on creating an environment in which self-directed learning can take place.
There will be lessons, tutorials, role-play, seminar presentations, and case discussions.
You will need to be a Registered Nurse or equivalent.
It is envisaged that students will have an understanding of interpersonal and counselling skills, although a formal counselling qualification is not necessary.
Students should have also either undertaking the module: Developing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills in Clinical Practice or equivalent study/practice..
Each student will be allocated a Personal Tutor and Academic Supervisor for the module.
Access to Student Advice and associated support services
All campus based and remote learning resources will be offered.