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 supervision of a session and evaluation of a case report will fulfil the requirement for BABCP accreditation outstanding after successful completion of the 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 2017 entry. Closing date: 12 September 2017.

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