Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
This course explains how a client’s cognitions represent a synthesis of internal and external stimuli. It will also help the student to identify the role of cognitions in the client’s view of self, view of the world, and view of the past and the future. The course will also demonstrate how alterations in client cognitions affect the client’s affective state and patterns of behavior; and finally, this course will show the student how to apply cognitive behavioral theory and techniques to the treatment of substance abuse disorders.
Audience: Addiction Professionals, Social Workers, Counselors, and Allied Health Professionals
Approval No: 2082017C207D
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