The CBT training process requires assessment and supervision, which I’m happy to provide for a cost-effective price. With a vast range of experience in the industry, I’m a fully qualified teacher with more 198 hours of training in Pedagogy, of which independent study was 108 hours. Because of this, I ensure that you’re trained to the highest standards, which places you on the right path for a CBT qualification.
I passed this subject with an ‘A’ grade, which proves my proficiency in the industry. The course contains the following stages:
CBT supervision is a field that I am heavily interested in, as teaching has always been a passion of mine. To make sure that I am doing my best, I also started working towards BABCP Accreditation as a CBT Supervisor and Trainer. This is expected to be achieved in 2020.
If you’re looking for a CBT supervisor, there is a requirement for your supervisor to be a BABCP accredited practitioner, yet I feel that working towards BABCP supervisor accreditation adds to the process, which is why I’m working towards it. As long as your supervisor is a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Therapist, you should be in good hands.
However, supervisors are like teachers. Some, you get on great, and others you would rather never meet again. My advice, if you don’t feel supported during your supervision, move on and find somebody else. The learning process needs to be satisfying and fun; being stressed during your supervision will cause unnecessary delay in your progress. Shop around!
I am not qualified to provide supervision to Schema therapists’ trainees and EMDR practitioners’ trainees/practitioners. Please look at the relevant links below:
I can provide supervision to counsellors who are interested in the integrative model of supervision, which is informed by the three therapies that I am trained in, CBT, Schema, and EMDR.