|National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE)|
|Derby Teaching Hospitals, London Road Community Hospital, London Road, Derby. DE1 2QY|
|Behaviour Change Skills: Part 3 Cognitive Behavioural Approaches|
|Dympna Pearson & Dr Jackie Doyle|
|On 10th - 11th February 2020 in Derby for 2 Days(s)|
|at London Road Community Hospital|
Helping individuals to identify and become aware of their behaviour is central to
changing problem behaviours. Unplanned actions are often triggered by a chain of
events, both internal and external, that the person may or may not be aware of. A
cognitive behavioural approach helps people become aware of this process and of the
thoughts and feelings linked to unwanted behaviours, through careful self-
Once identified a variety of strategies can used collaboratively to help people break
these unwanted patterns. The ultimate aim is to help clients to develop problem-
solving skills and become more expert in identifying their own health behaviour
problems, exploring options and planning towards long-term solutions.
- Rationale for using behavioural and cognitive behavioural strategies for supporting
changes in health behaviour.
- Key underpinning skills: Advanced Interpersonal Skills; Motivational Skills.
- Key strategies: Self-Monitoring, Goal setting, Identifying Thoughts, Feelings and
Behaviour Relating to Problem Behaviours, Stimulus Control Strategies, Response
Prevention Strategies, Cognitive Strategies, Lapse Management.
- Integration into practice.
To explore the use of behavioural and cognitive behavioural strategies that can be used
for supporting changes in health behaviour.
By the end of the course participants should be able to:
- Understand the principles of modifying health behaviour using evidences based behavioural and cognitive behavioural strategies.
- Identify key behavioural and cognitive behavioural strategies and opportunities for their use in practice.
- Demonstrate the use key behavioural and cognitive behavioural strategies.
- Identify the needs and opportunities for further support.
Pre-course requirements: Participants must have completed Behaviour
Change Skills: Part 1 and 2 prior to being accepted onto this course.
- Attendance certificate will be issued.
|Fees / Funded Places|
- Limited funded places may be available for AHP's & Nurses working for the NHS within
the East Midlands
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