The Central Ideas of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Introduction to the Course
  • Introducing the Wise Mind
  • Navigating Your Way Around the Course
  • What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Albert Ellis' Barriers to Effective Listening
  • An Overview of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • The Core Assumptions of CBT
  • The Levels of Growth & Development in Life Part 1
  • The Levels of Growth & Development Part 2
  • A History of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • The Foundations of CBT
  • The Foundations of CBT (Diagram & Brief Explanation)
  • The CBT Definitions Checklist
  • Connecting Thoughts, Emotions & Behaviour
  • The ABCs of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Ellis' Fourteen Self-defeating Rules Part 1
  • Ellis' Fourteen Self-defeating Rules Part 2
  • Understanding Destructive Behaviours
  • Join the Practice Makes Permanent Discussion Group!
  • Meaning Making Machines (Article)
  • Looking Closer at Perceptual Variances
  • The Perception Quiz (How we see things differently)
  • The Map is Not the Territory
The Psychology Behind Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development
  • Erik Erickson's Stages of Development
  • Noam Chomsky's Cognitive Bias
  • Daniel Kahneman's Cognitive Bias
  • The Opposite Ends of Extreme Thinking
  • A Discussion about Extreme Thinking
  • The Most Common Cognitive Distortions Part 1
  • The Most Common Cognitive Distortions Part 2
  • Patterns of Unhelpful Thinking (Cognitive Distortion)
  • Self-Reflection Exercise 1
  • Self-Reflection Exercise 2
  • Demonstration: Identifying Cognitive Distortions
  • The Four Domains of Emotional IQ
  • The 'Victim' Drama Triangle
  • A Holistic Overview of the Human Experience
  • Demonstration: Checking the Congruence of a Client's Goals
  • The Inside Out Revolution
  • Introducing Cognitive Flexibility
  • Demonstration: Developing Cognitive Flexibility
  • Shifting A Client's Perspective
  • The 'Chris' Principle
  • A Standard for Effective CBT Practice
  • Four Types of Learning Styles & End of Section Summary
Cognitive Behavioural Models for Understanding People
  • The Johari Window
  • Current State Versus Ideal State
  • What Are You Building Your Life Upon?
  • Circle of Concern Versus Circle of Control
  • The Locus of Control Test (Online)
  • The Achology CBT Thought Management Workbook
  • Neisser's Five Levels of Self-Awareness
  • Six Steps to Facilitate Cognitive Change
  • The A, B, C, D, E's of CBT (and REBT)
  • CBT for Challenging Emotionally Fuelled Thoughts (Stress/Anxiety/Panic)
  • Demonstration: Working through the A, B, C, D, E Model
  • The Socratic Questioning Process
  • Demonstration: Socratic Questioning
  • Cognitive Restructuring: Thoughts on Trial
  • The STOPP Card Strategy
  • The 'Lazarus' Technique
  • Understanding the Natural Order of our Emotions
  • Attributes of an Effective CBT Practitioner
  • The Choices of Maturity & Character
  • End of Section Three Summary & Wrap Up
The Construction of Cognition and Core Beliefs
  • Introducing the Belief Development & Modification Section
  • An Overview of Classical Conditioning
  • An Overview of Classical Conditioning (Article)
  • An Overview of Operant Conditioning
  • An Overview of Operant Conditioning
  • Growth Mindset Versus Fixed Mindset
  • The Achology Core Beliefs Workbook
  • The Timeline of Belief Development
  • A Closer Look at Limiting Beliefs
  • The Kuhn Cycle
  • The Pgymalion Effect
  • How Self-Defeating Policies Are Born
  • Introducing The Limiting Beliefs Demonstrations
  • Demonstration: Questions to Help Find Limiting Beliefs
  • Demonstration Deconstruction
  • Demonstration: Parental Timeline Re-Imprinting Questions
  • Demonstration Deconstruction
  • Introducing Timeline Interventions
  • Demonstration: Timeline Interventions
  • Self-Reflection Exercise Three
  • The Core Identity Model
  • Eysenck's Model of Personality
  • The 'Good-Enough' Principle
  • End of Section Four Summary & Wrap Up
Values as a Foundation for Wise Decision Making
  • Introducing the Core Values Section
  • Fear: The Sabotager of Our Best Intentions
  • Schwart's Theory of Basic Human Values
  • Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  • The Adapted Version of Maslow's Hierarchy