An introduction to CBT

An introduction to CBT

In this webinar the core principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy are introduced, what it is, how it works and how CBT strategies can improve mental health.

CBT teaches people new skills. Through practicing these skills CBT helps people in the here and now. This Introduction to CBT will explore the relationship between our thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It will introduce some CBT skills which can be used in daily life to reduce some of the symptoms of stress and overwhelm.

Nicola Culloty began her career as a primary school teacher. Nicola completed a Masters in CBT and founded her CBT practice Full Circle CBT in 2020. Nicola has recently completed a Diploma in Traumatology and PTSD. She is very experienced on the impact of trauma on both adults and children and is proficient in the techniques used to overcome and assist those living with mental health issues. Nicola founded Full Circle CBT™ in 2020. She provides webinar and on-site training to school staff, service providers, agencies and companies. Nicola has facilitated parenting groups and worked closely with parents of children in her roles as teacher, therapist and HSCL. Nicola provides training in the area of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. She also provides parenting support to parents of both young children and adolescents. Nicola provides online therapeutic support to children and teenagers of all ages.

Course Properties

Course date 04-10-2023 7:00 pm
End Date 04-10-2023 8:00 pm
Fee Free
Speaker Nicola Culloty
Select Hours 1
Location Online



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Sligo Education Centre

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Address: IT Campus, Ballinode, Sligo 
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Phone: +353 71 9138700 
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