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2020 - 2021
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The information provided on this page was correct at the time of publication (November 2019). For complete and up-to-date information about this course, please visit the relevant University of Oxford course page via www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/ucas This course aims to equip practitioners with the enhanced CBT skills necessary to implement evidence-based treatment across a wide range of clinical presentations, and to disseminate these treatments as trainers and supervisors to other practitioners. This course is designed to help you achieve certain aims. By the end of the course, students should be able to: appreciate how theory, research and clinical practice inform each other in cognitive behavioural therapy, contributing to its continued development establish and practise a repertoire of enhanced cognitive behavioural skills develop the ability to apply these skills with specialist patient groups and problem areas encountered in their own places of work establish and maintain warm, respectful, collaborative relationships, and develop the ability to understand and manage difficulties in the alliance (including the studentâ??s contribution) using a cognitive conceptual framework through consultation, identify and resolve difficulties in practice, whether arising from theoretical, practical, interpersonal, personal or ethical problems. There are four pathways for this course representing different specialisms: Children and Adolescents, Complex Presentations, Psychological Trauma, and Psychosis and Bipolar. Students will be expected to have access to treatment settings with regular clinical and CBT supervision where cognitive behavioural therapy skills can be practised and refined on a regular basis. Course structure The course structure will vary according to the specialist pathway chosen. Reading and completion of written assignments will be undertaken in addition to the teaching days. Many students find it effective to set aside at least six to seven hours a week for private study. Some of the teaching days on this course may be made available to a wider audience as publicly bookable workshops via the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre. All participants will be expected to have an appropriate level of competence to participate fully.
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