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This is a free lecture made available from the Marriage and Family Issues Course [Soc314] at Portland Bible College
This CBT therapy training course is brought to you by the online Training Academy of Renaissance Life Therapies. Whether you are new to CBT therapy or have been practising it for some time, our CBT therapy training course is designed so that everyone can benefit, and make significant changes to their personal and professional life. CBT therapy is highly effective, addressing many issues and in a variety of settings. THIS CBT THERAPY TRAINING COURSE IS SUITABLE FOR: · Help with depression · For complementing anger management courses · Those who wish to further their career in the field of CBT therapy, or any other coaching / therapy based fields · For people who are interested in self help and self development · For anyone who wants to train in becoming their own counsellor of CBT therapy This CBT therapy course is entirely self paced. There is no specific time frame in which the course should be completed. In fact, we encourage you to take a break after certain lectures, to ensure that you have the space and time, to complete the CBT therapy exercises in full. OUR CBT THERAPY TRAINING COURSE IS COMPREHENSIVE AND INCLUDES: · What Is CBT therapy, who uses CBT therapy, and what CBT therapy can be used for · How to apply CBT therapy when used as a self help therapy · Using CBT therapy for help with depression · Using CBT therapy to complement anger management courses · Principles of CBT therapy · Understanding the CBT therapy triangle · Recognising our emotions · Identifying thoughts feelings and behaviours · Understanding our thoughts feelings and behaviours · Negative automatic thoughts · Recognising thinking traps · Identifying negative cycles (perfect for help with depression and anxiety disorders) · Challenging negative patterns of thoughts feelings and behaviours · Finding alternatives · Changing unhelpful thoughts feelings and behaviours (including material and exercises to complement a number of anger management courses and help with depression) · We also have a number of bonus lectures, including a special section on Anxiety. You will learn new life therapy skills and techniques, and receive acknowledgement of your achievement, by way of certificate. Training in CBT therapy will be life changing. You will learn how adaptive CBT therapy is, and how you can apply it to many situations, and in many different settings. You will have an understanding of the principles of CBT therapy and their relevance to your life and others around you. You will learn to identify, and make changes to negative patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours. This is incredibly effective, especially for those people wanting help with depression and anxiety disorders. CBT therapy is also used to address a number of emotional issues and is commonly used in the workplace as a practical tool for problem solving. This course will equip you with everything you need, in order to become your very own CBT therapy counsellor. For those people who would like it, we also offer one to one personal instruction with the course creator. Private tuition, is exclusive to you and as such can be used for whatever aspect of your CBT therapy training, you would like to explore further. In keeping with the flexibility and convenience of online learning, one to one sessions, are delivered to you online. This can be via a variety of methods, including Skype, telephone, IM and email. In addition, we also make available, a number of evening and weekend appointments, for student support. Our CBT therapy course, is perfect for those people who feel they would benefit from a supported learning experience. By training with us, you will feel motivated and encouraged to achieve the maximum benefits that this CBT therapy course has to offer. In addition, students will have a lifetime access to our exclusive CBT therapy training course, including updated material and email support for a further year, after completion. The syllabus in detail: Section 1. Introduction In the first section, we look at the course outline as well as the course objectives. We meet the course instructor and gain a deeper understanding of what we can expect to gain from the course. Section 2. The Basics of CBT In this section we cover the basics of CBT. We discover what CBT is and who uses it. With the use of examples, we learn how children can benefit from CBT as well as seeing how it can be used in the home to resolve conflict between family members. Next we have a look at how effective CBT is when used in the workplace, as a problem solving tool, and how it can be used by those people managing ADHD. We finish this section by looking at how the principles of CBT can be applied to our everyday life with the use of a thoughts, feelings and behaviours diary. Section 3. Anxiety Section three is all about anxiety. We learn what anxiety is and how if affects us. We also explore how experiencing a certain level of anxiety is a good thing, and can actually help to keep us safe. With the use of examples, we start to see how too much anxiety can affect us in a negative way. Using the downloadable diary, we see ways in which we can identify anxiety in order to recognise any negative cycles. This section concludes with looking at coping cards and how they can be a useful tool when experiencing anxiety. Section 4. Let's Do CBT We begin by taking a closer look at negative cycles. With the use of examples, we further explore the subject of negative cycles surrounding anxiety, as well as anger and depression. We move onto the clarification table, which helps us to identify a thought from a feeling. This is very important as you progress through the course, as being able to correctly identify one from the other is essential as we develop our sense of self. This section ends with a practical exercise. Section 5. Identifying Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviours In this section we learn about metaphors and metaphorical thinking, and more importantly, how it can be useful when trying to describe how it is we are feeling. With the help of examples we are introduced to creative diaries, and how they can be developed to make them personal to us. Creative diaries are just one of the very many downloadable that accompany this section. We look at two case studies of how someone has used CBT to address an ongoing issue of anger as well as someone else who is using CBT to address OCD. Section 6. Understanding Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviours We progress through the course by looking at how our thoughts feelings and behaviours impact on each other. With the use of case studies, we look at automatic negative thoughts and how they affect how we feel and ultimately how we behave (our actions). We are introduced to the negative automatic thought diary and learn how we can use this to identify any negative patterns that might be occurring for us. We then move on to looking at thinking traps and thinking styles, that have a negative impact on us and then take a look at ways in which we can introduce a more balanced alternative way of thinking. Section 7. Making Changes As the title suggests, this section is all about making changes and challenging our thoughts. We put in practise what we've learned so far and with the help of the newly learned techniques, we can effectively challenge negative thoughts feelings and behaviours whilst making profound changes, and regaining control of our life. Section 8. It's All About You This final section covers the importance of continued practise and we look at ways in which we can easily integrate the principles of CBT into part of our everyday life. We've included downloadable resources that are small enough to fit in your wallet, meaning that you need never be without the magic of CBT again! Lastly, you'll find a bonus lecture on colouring-in for adults. Learn about the benefits that colouring-in can bring you as an adult. It lowers stress hormones and aids restful sleep. We've included a number of Mandalas for you to download and colour-in for active meditation.
This is a free lecture made available from the course Introduction to Counseling. This course is available in audio only.
Why should you care about your Personal Brand? Research shows that people make their mind up about you in the in the first few seconds that they meet you – whether it’s online or in person. It’s the way we are hardwired as human beings. It’s a survival instinct. So, if you make a favorable impression and people like what they see about you, then they will continue to engage with you. However if you make an unfavorable impression, then people will dismiss you. Why is this important? Well simple put - if you want your career to advance then it’s increasingly critical to have a clearly defined personal brand. The Foundations Bundle consists of 4 modules and teaches you the fundamentals of developing an authentic and consistent Personal Brand.
The final course in the trilogy of Decide, Declare and Display is Display. Having done the prior course modules of Decide and Declare, you already know who you are, and you know how to communicate that to others. Now you'll see how to let your unique identity – and what you have to offer – shine through in every email, status update, and tweet you share. By the end of this module you will: Leverage existing relationships at LinkedIn to create new connections Use Facebook to promote your Personal Brand to your personal and professional connections Promote your Personal Brand via Twitter Take advantage of your personal website as a place where you can speak freely online Stay connected to topics and conversations you care about through Google Alerts Keep your Personal Brand at the heart of every communication you send
The next course in the trilogy of Decide, Declare and Display is Declare. Once you've figured out what you want, it's time to start taking steps to make it happen. You'll do that in this course by creating and refining your Personal Brand statement as the basis for your Branded Bio, Cover Letter, Resume, and Elevator Pitch. By the end of this module you will: Have a Personal Brand statement that succinctly describes the unique value you offer Develop a Branded Bio that builds on your Personal Brand statement Develop a Branded Cover Letter Write a Branded Resume that shows how you have used your skills to benefit others Create an Elevator Pitch that you can use in nearly any situation to demonstrate your value and worth
This Course module is the first of the Three D's of The First Few Seconds' modules on Personal Branding. It follows from the Course module 'Introduction to Personal Branding'. This is your starting point, the place where you define precisely who you are and what you want to get out of your life and career. Whether someone else got the job you were going for; or your competitor got that sale; or you just want to improve yourself, the Decide course will set you on the path to success. Both the content in this course and the self-paced exercises that go along with it will help you decide on what you want – and show you how to get it. At the completion of this module you will be able to: Identify clues in your past that shed light on your strengths and weaknesses today Define the values you want to live Align your behavior with those values Understand how your self-perception might be at odds with how others perceive you Ensure that others see you the way you want to be seen Define what success looks like for you
This important and foundational course will help to set the stage and allow you to understand the rest of The First Few Seconds' bundle of offerings. The content in the four courses and the self-paced exercises ensure you integrate what you learn are practical and worthwhile. By the end of this Course you will: Be able to define Personal Branding Understand why Personal Branding matters to you Appreciate the role of sincerity and honesty in Personal Branding Grasp the importance of aligning your words and actions with your authentic Personal Brand Identify the ways you can begin building your Personal Brand