Chairwork has a rich history of applications in CBT and allied approaches, including Schema Therapy and Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy. In line with theories of cognitive science, chairwork can be a powerful and sometimes 'game-changing' method intervention. In addition, core competencies for delivering CBT (Hayes & Hofmann, 2018; Roth & Pilling, 2007) indicate the chair-based interventions such as ‘role-play’ and ‘two-chair dialogues’ have an important place in modern CBT.
In this experiential online training course, designed and facilitated by Matthew Pugh and Tobyn Bell, you will explore and experience the science and practice of Cognitive Behavioural Chairwork. Using a combination of teaching, tele-chairwork demonstrations, experiential practises, and reflective exercises, you will learn how chairwork and tele-chairwork can enhance your clinical practice.
This course provides approximately 6 hours of CPD (certificates available on request) and can be viewed at any time. Registrants are able to access the training for 12 weeks from the date of enrolment, so that the training fits your schedule. Learn anywhere, anytime!
This course will appeal to CBT Therapists, Well-Being Practitioners, Schema Therapists, Integrative Therapists, and Coaches who draw upon cognitive behavioural ideas.