CCI have developed a number of videos to demonstrate the use of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) strategies. These videos are designed solely for educational purposes, to supplement the professional development and training needs of qualified mental health professionals. They are not a substitute for CBT training and supervision and are not designed to be treatment tools for use by, or with, clients.
Our first series of videos were released in 2019 and include topics such as explaining and reversing the vicious cycles of depression and anxiety, working through a thought diary, and working with clients on behavioural activation and behavioural experiments. We have recently begun releasing a second series of videos that will continue to be rolled out over the remainder of 2021, covering topics such as safety behaviours, and the thought-feeling connection.
You can find links to all of our videos here on our website, or you can find and subscribe to the CCI YouTube channel here. Subscribing to our channel will allow you to be notified when we release new videos.
We have also developed some clinician reflection exercises as a companion to these demonstration videos. Engaging in these reflection exercises will help you to maximise your learning, and can help prepare you to use the demonstrated principles in your own work.
Disclaimer: The therapists and clients in these videos are all portrayed by CCI clinicians. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. The CCI videos are protected by copyright, and are not to be published, reproduced, or transmitted in any material form whatsoever, without written permission from CCI.
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