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Wednesday, 23 March 2011

CBT: Introductory Course

Our most popular CBT Introductory Course was run by Paul Grantham last week for the first time.

Delegate`s feedback was extremely positive and we want to share with you some of the comments - please see the comments to this post.

Please note that this course is run in very small groups (no more than 18 delegates) - therefore the places are strictly limited. We only have ONE place still available for the June course in London.

In the Autumn CBT Introductory Course will take place in Manchester, Birmingham & London (facilitated by Paul Grantham) - please secure your place early to avoid disappontment.


  1. In addition to being interesting, I now have good tools I know will be helpful for me to use with my patients.
    S.S., Psychotherapist in Pain Management

  2. I found the course comprehensive, well-run & interesting. It provided me with the insight & skills to the level I was seeking. I enjoyed the tutor knowledgeable, efficient & engaging style of presentation.
    C.G., Counsellor

  3. A very thorough course with a good balance of practical vs theory. Excellent organisation of material.
    T.S., Couple Psychotherapist

  4. Lots of info to take in - fast pace!
    Course have met my expectations: enjoyable, valuable info to take into my practice.
    I.C., Counsellor

  5. Really enjoyed course. It will be helpful in my practice. Many thanks!
    R.A., Counsellor

  6. The video clips really helped to demonstrate the theory. I would like to have a few more of those. Please send us details of how I can buy a DVD of video clips. All in All enjoyed it very much. Thank you!
    J.A., Mental Health Research

  7. Thank you for this course. Yes, it was intensive, but highly valuable. It will enrich my practice in so many ways! I can see many links with knowledge 4 skill and many opportunities to integrate into educational setting as well. Thanks!
    J.M., E.P.

  8. To answer the question by J.A.:

    We are currently working on a 8 DVD set on Essential CBT Skills - which should become available within the next month.

    Register on to be the first to hear about it and to take advantage of the promotional offers.

  9. I would just like to say what a stimulating, knowledgeable facilitator Paul was. I will certainly be trying out some of the suggestions he gave during the 4days with both my work colleagues and the families I work with. This training was very enjoyable but also very relevant thank you.


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