Launched in October 2019 as part of a pilot project funded by the Mental Health Commission, CCI’s YouTube channel offers clinicians free demonstrational videos of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques in action. The video topics were developed with mental health professionals and students in mind, with the aim of providing supplementary training materials to those who wish to learn more about how to apply CBT in their work with clients. So far, we have featured content on explaining the vicious cycles of depression and anxiety, working through a thought diary, introducing behavioural activation and behavioural experiments. A second series of videos released in 2021 includes doing interoceptive exposure and discussing components of eating disorder treatment. We will soon be releasing two more videos on working with worry and rumination.
Today, CCI’s channel has exceeded 250, 000 views, and has gained over 5400 subscribers from around the world. The videos have also been utilised by various mental health training organizations across Australia, including allied health university courses that teach CBT. For more information about the CBT demonstration videos, or about workshops offered as part of CCI’s training program, please visit: https://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/Training/Demonstration-Videos or you can access and subscribe to CCI’s YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/CentreforClinicalInterventions
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 The CCI videos are protected by copyright, and are not to be published, reproduced, or transmitted in any material form whatsoever, without written permission from CCI.
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