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Unread August 24th, 2006, 08:12 PM
Wayne Froggatt Wayne Froggatt is offline
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Default Re: How to structure an advanced CBT course

In addition to James' suggestions, here are a few more things I get my CBT students to do:
* Present tape-recordings of therapy sessions along with a structured analysis of the session - this gets the students reflecting on and critiqing their own work;
* Developing a 'mini-manual' throughout the academic year, where the student picks an application of CBT (e.g. depression, children, etc.) and describes how to carry out treatment, working on the principle that the readers will be a group of their colleagues who have only minimal knowledge of CBT. As well as writing up the mini-manual and presenting it for assessment, at the end of the year each student does a short presentation on the topic of the manual to the rest of the class.

Hope you find these ideas useful,

Wayne Froggatt
Eastern Institute of Technology,
New Zealand
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