Short Course in Advanced Skills: Advanced Clinical Practice


All OCTC Postgraduate Courses in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) are run in collaboration with the University of Oxford's Department for Continuing Education.  Our new programme provides an accessible and flexible format of CBT training, well suited to the needs of contemporary mental health practitioners, whilst maintaining the 'gold-standard' delivered over the past two decades.


Course Lead: Dr Kate Rosen

The course offers clinicians the opportunity to refine advanced clinical skills and to be brought up to date with the latest advances in practice.  Master-classes include ‘Anxiety’, ‘Depression’ and ‘Assessing and treating more challenging presentations’.  It comprises seven workshop days over two terms.  Students choosing to have close evaluation of a session and assessment of a case report will fulfil the requirement for BABCP accreditation outstanding after successful completion of OCTC’s PG Diploma.

Short courses can be taken for a University of Oxford “Attendance only” certificate, or as an assessed course for
15 University of Oxford CATS.

Applications are open for 2018 entry. Closing date: 11th September 2018.

Further information is now available on the University of Oxford Dept for Continuing Education website.