Tranceformental Self-Directed CBT Course
Hello and welcome to this comprehensive course of self-directed CBT which has been specifically designed to help you to overcome a wide range of mental health problems without needing to see a therapist face-to-face or via video link.
This course can also be followed with a range of support options including the option to have 100% support in the form of 10 x 1 hour sessions either in-clinic or online using zoom.
Self-directed CBT is based on 100% scientific evidence-based applied psychological principles and is authored by an academic psychologist Paul Lee BSc. (Hons) MSc. (Distinction) MIAEBP who also runs a private clinical practice in the West Midlands.
The course includes:
- 16 weeks access to the entire course (it can normally be completed in 6 to 10 weeks).
- A separate, downloadable course workbook designed to help you make practical and behavioural changes to bring the knowledge in the programme “to life”.
- A copy of Paul’s book, “The Restrictive Realities of Belief” as a 307-page PDF download.
- All for the one-off cost of just £99!
Why So Cheap?
Cheap, in this case, does NOT mean poor quality.
This course contains exactly the same materials, follows the same logical stucture and offers the same transformative knowledge that our in-clinic face-to-face course (Tranceformental CBT) does that costs £795 (this is the 100% support option mentioned above).
The principal difference, of course, is that you do NOT have to pay a therapist for their time because all of the development work in putting this course together has already been done!
It is our genuine desire to make this highly effective form of self-directed CBT as affordable as possible to as many people as we can.
Is Self-directed CBT Effective?
Clinical research into the efficacy of online therapy, particularly systematic cognitive-based approaches such as CBT, suggests they can be highly effective.
Supporting this position is the research by John Norcross and Michael Lambert (2011) which demonstrates that a full 30% of the effectiveness of ANY psychotherapy is produced by the client-in-therapy with the mode of therapy only contributing 8% of the outcome.
What this means is that the client themselves is responsible for a higher proportion of the outcome of the therapy (30%) than the therapist (7%), the type of therapy (8%) and the client-counsellor relationship (12%) combined!
This contrasts significantly with the professional bodies behind specific types of therapy each of whom claim that their ‘therapy process’ is superior to any of the others.
For these reasons, we have developed this course as a ‘self-directed’ change process that combines knowledge and practical applications.
How is This Different to Any Other Online CBT Programme?
Tranceformental CBT IS different to anything you’ve come across before because it goes well beyond the normal constraints associated with conventionally delivered CBT.
What Paul brings to Tranceformental CBT is the latest research and understandings associated with Self-Determination Theory, Social Psychological Theory and Social Constructionism, particular in regard to the social construction of mental health problems.
It is these theoretically important perspectives that allows people to de-couple themselves from the socially-imposed constraints associated with mental health diagnostics and the ‘authorised’ influence of medical pathologisation.
Can I Get Face-to-Face Support If I Need It?
Although we have designed this course as a stand-alone process we also recognise that everybody is different and has different needs.
There are a number of support options available to those buying the course which you can find on the main Tranceform Psychology website page all about this Self-Directed CBT course.
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Module One - The Nature of Change in Psychotherapy
Module ONE addresses the very latest research and knowledge about the nature of personal change within the process of ‘psychotherapy’ and focuses on:
- What You Believe TODAY.
- Therapy Outcomes.
- Therapy Effectiveness.
- “Lambert’s Pie”.
- Motivation and Effort.
Module Two - Beliefs, Values and Worldviews
Module TWO delves into our beliefs and how they can influence the way that we ‘make sense’ of the World around us and how we percieve what happens in that World, including:
- The Genesis of Beliefs.
- Challenging the Evidence of Our Beliefs.
- Inherited Versus Created Beliefs.
- The Unique Character of Our Own Worldviews.
- Events DON’T CAUSE Feelings!
- The Trap of Conformation Bias.
- The Underlying Coherence of Beliefs.
- The Three Key Sets of Beliefs that Modify Our Experiences.
Module Three - Autonomy and Control
Module THREE addresses one of the three primary belief ‘systems’ that can affect our perception of reality with a specific focus on what makes us ‘autonomous’ and how we understand the level of ‘control’ we have over our ‘life trajectory’.
- The Locus of Control.
- Sub-domains within the Locus of Control.
- Social and Cultural Influences.
- The Past, Present and Future as Mental Constructions.
- The Desire for Control.
- Responsibility and Blame.
- Developing Agency.
Module Four - The Self and Identities
Module FOUR addresses our Self-Esteem, where it comes from and how it plays a role in the way that we feel.
Sub-sections of this module deal with:
- What is Self-Esteem?
- The Origins of Self-Esteem.
- Our ‘Internal’ Dialogue.
- True and False Identities.
- How to Boost Your Self-Esteem.
- Breaking the Rules and Ditching the Past.
- Processing Your Achievements.
- Developing Greater Agency.
Module Five - The Social Domain & Social Beliefs
Module FIVE considers the impact of our beliefs which are related to the ‘social context’ in which we exist and includes consideration of the following concepts:
- The Social World.
- The Social Construction of Mental Illness.
- The Process of Socialisation.
- Social Pressures.
- External Validation.
- Collusion and Significant ‘Others’.
- Taking Emotional Responsibility.
- Developing Social Agency.
Module Six - Safety Behaviours and Thinking Traps
Module SIX discusses both Safety Behaviours (the strategies that we employ which are designed to keep us ‘safe’) as well as the common Thinking Traps that people can fall into when trying to cope with adversity in life.
The Module includes work on:
- Physiological and Psychological Safety Behaviours.
- Coping by Surrendering, Avoiding or Over-compensating.
- Thinking Traps and Unhelpful Thinking Styles.
- Polarised Thinking.
- Emotional Reasoning.
- Filtering and Magnifying.
- Labelling and Categorising.
The module also provides tools and techniques for dealing with each of these ‘maladaptive’ coping mechanisms.
Module Seven - Language and Linguistics
Module SEVEN delves into the nature of language and how the words that we use can have a profound impact on both how we feel as well as how we form perceptions about our experiences.
- Language as the ‘Code’ of Reality.
- Words Produce Feelings.
- Cognitive Fusion.
- Deletion, Generalisation and Distortion.
- Negative and Catastrophic Language.
- Mediated Language (Language in the Media).
Module Eight - Anxiety, Depression and Stress
Module EIGHT gets into the ‘nitty gritty’ of the THREE most common expressions of mental distress and how what you have learnt in the course so far can be applied to each of them.
The module discusses:
- The Effects of Time.
- Types of Danger
- The Biology of Anxiety
- The Role of Perception
- Appropriate Anxiety
- Anticipatory Anxiety
- Likelihood, Probability & Consequences
- Tackling Anxiety
- Diagnosis & Medication
- Maintaining Factors
- Dealing with Depression
- Boost Self-Esteem
- Become More Internal
- Take Responsibility for Your Emotions
- Quit Ruminating
- Manage Sleep
- Activity Monitoring & Scheduling
- Understanding Stress
- Threat Perception & Power
- Workplace Stress
- Coping & Resilience
Module Nine - More Tools for Making Changes
Module NINE provides more tools and techniques that you can use to tackle your specific problems, including:
- The Fundamental of Making Changes.
- What you Should Be Doing Already.
- Carrying-Out Behavioural Experiments.
- Tip for Successful Experiments.
- The Downward Arrow Process.
- Objective Inversion.
- Controlling the Controllable.
- Stepping Outside fo Your Comfort Zone.
Module Ten - Consolidating Your Improvements
Module TEN is designed to help you to sustain any of the changes that you have made. It provides tools, tips and advice so that you can continue to make personal improvements as an ongoing project including:
- Re-assessing Your Core Beliefs.
- Sustaining Changes.
- It’s All About the Journey, NOT the Destination.
- Towards What You Want OR Away From What You Don’t Want?
- ‘Needs’ Versus ‘Wants’.
- Goal Setting
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About the Course Author
Paul is an academic and practicing psychologist with both a BSc. (Hons) and a Master’s MSc. (Distinction) degree in Applied Psychology.
He has been offering clinical psychology and counselling to private clients along with a small team of therapists from the Tranceform Psychology offices in Wombourne near Wolverhampton since 2009.
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