This course focuses on theoretical concepts, processes, knowledge and skills for the analysis and practical application of Behaviour Therapy within counselling practice.
About this course
Behavioural Therapy is used to help clients acquire new coping skills, improve communication, or learn to break maladaptive habits and overcome self-defeating emotional conflicts. The behavioural therapist/counsellor focuses on interpreting the client's behaviour, emphasising a collaborative and positive relationship with the client and values the use of objectivity to assess and understand the client. This course focuses on theoretical concepts, processes, knowledge and skills for the analysis and practical application of Behavioural Therapy within counselling practice. In this course you will learn to analyse the client's needs using Behavioural Therapy in counselling practice; apply the theoretical principles of this therapy including different types of learning, personality development, and steps of treatment; and evaluate the limitations and challenges of Behavioural Therapy.
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