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CBT training for novice and experienced therapists 

CBT training is offered by The International Institute for Cognitive Therapy at a Certificate level.

Our Certificate in cognitive behavioural therapy has been ranked as "excellent" by over 300 students who completed the CBT course during the past five years. Now, you have the opportunity to study this successful CBT training programme and gain a qualification in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Due to the high popularity of this CBT course, the Certificate in CBT will run again in September 2014 in Belfast.

The International Institute for Cognitive therapy is under the leadership of Paul Quinn. Paul is a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist who has more than 15 years experience in the delivery of CBT training programmes.

You can study a Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  at the International Institute for Cognitive Therapy in BELFAST (Northern Ireland). Specific information about both Certificates can be found below.

This course has consistently been ranked as “excellent” by over three hundred students who completed the course during the past six years. To read some of the comments from previous students of the Certificate in CBT please click here.

The Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy introduces students to the cognitive behavioural model of therapy, both in terms of theoretical underpinnings and foundation practise skills.

Students will learn through lectures, experiential exercises, small groups, video and audio demonstrations of real clients, role-play and skills practice exercises.

This CBT training programme has been designed to provide students with skills and competence in the principles of assessment and case formulation, as well as the appropriate use of Cognitive and Behavioural interventions.

This course will contribute towards meeting the minimum training requirements of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) for accreditation.


The CBT course consists of 10 days of training (70 hours), taught at weekends, starting in September 2014 in Belfast. In order to obtain the qualification, you are required to attend 5 weekends (Sat/Sun), from September 2014 until January 2015.

The course is eminently practical.

The course is designed for mental health professionals including psychologists, GPs, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, occupational therapists, nurses, counselling and psychology students, or any other person with relevant experience in dealing with mental health issues even if they don't have formal qualifications.

The course is for those who have none or a minimal amount of previous formal training in CBT.

Read more about content of the Certificate in Belfast, learning objectives, fees, dates, venue, and how to apply.


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