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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Save £100 on CBT Introductory Course – read on to find how

Perhaps you haven’t noticed, but we are currently offering a substantial £100 discount on our most popular


Book Manchester course (7 – 9 November 2016) or Birmingham course (24 – 26 January 2017) before the end of 2016 and save £100 off the regular course price.
This is a BPS Approved Certificate Course that provides you with an excellent set of CBT skills and profound understanding of this evidence-based therapeutic approach. The course stands as a one-off training in its own right as well as an entry point for the Master Practitioner Diploma in CBT. (There is no obligation to join the Diploma after the Introductory Course).

This course is often fully booked – act quickly to avoid disappointment.

Quick update:

-          There are still places available on
You can still book it at the reduced price of £250 + vat.

-          Brand new “I Want To Stop Procrastinating Now” Programme still has a few places available.
Not sure whether it is for you?
Watch the video on this page – it will help you decide:

Looking forward to working with you on one of our courses.

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