To enable participants to reflect on the therapeutic use of Cognitive Behavioural skills and develop an ability to utilize such skills in their professional practice.
The module would be ideal for Registered Nurses; Social Workers; Counsellors and those working in disciplines allied to Mental Health Nursing/Counselling.
|MODULE CODE||CAMPUS||DURATION||START DATE|
|NP3D009||Lower Glyntaff||13 half-study days||TBC|
This module will explore the following topics:
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, case discussions, and feedback on audio-taped CBT sessions.
To apply for this course you must 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.
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.