Introduction to the Practical Application of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

UPDATE: This event is now sold out. A new event will be organised soon.

Are you a provisional/early career psychologist, a postgraduate (4th year or later) psychology student, and/or a counsellor? Are you also seeking to learn more about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? This event is for you!

Here you’ll learn about the practical aspects of CBT – especially around how to apply it to clients in a one on one therapeutic setting.

This event is limited to 25 participants, so hurry and register now! 

Learning Objectives:

  • How to use CBT with clients therapeutically
  • Introducing the cognitive model to clients
  • How to explain automatic thoughts to clients
  • Creating a bridge
  • Creating an action plan
  • Examining automatic thoughts with clients
  • Case conceptualisation
  • Core beliefs
  • How to draw on childhood data and its impact on core beliefs to help clients challenge their automatic thoughts


Date: Saturday 23rd November 2019
Time: 9:30am to 5pm
Venue: Hotham Room, North Melbourne Library – 66 Errol Street, North Melbourne, Victoria
 $50 per person

Food: Lunch is not included, but there will be a lunch break with plenty of options nearby on Errol Street.
Parking: Paid street parking is available in the area and there will be a specific break for anyone who needs to move their car.
Public Transport: Tram route 57 will take you right in front of the venue at stop 12.


Terms and Conditions

Pre-payment of the full amount is required in order to confirm your registration. Payment details will be provided by email upon receipt of your registration request.

This event is limited to a maximum of 25 participants. We will advise if the event has been sold out and further events on this topic will be scheduled in the near future to accommodate those that missed out or were unable to attend.

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Functional Minds Psychology reserves the right to refuse you admission if, in its reasonable opinion, your admission to the event might:

  • be a risk to the safety of the audience and/or yourself, and/or
  • affect the enjoyment of members of the audience, and/or
  • affect the running of the event.

For example, if you act aggressively and/or appear to be under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, you will be refused admission. We may also request you to leave (taking any such appropriate action that may be necessary to enforce this right) before or during the event for any of the reasons given above. Should you be refused admission or requested to leave you will not be entitled to a refund.