Want to know more about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?
Cognition & Co is giving away three of Udemy’s best selling courses on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, valued at R2000 each.
CBT is one of today’s most respected psychotherapy based disciplines and is primarily used to help people understand the thoughts and feelings that influence their habits, actions and behaviours.
The course gives students a theoretical understanding of CBT and its use as a therapeutic intervention. No prior knowledge of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is required to enrol in this course, making it ideal for those who are just starting out or wanting to learn more about the framework.
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Winners will be randomly selected on Wednesday the 19th of December 2018 from those that follow the instructions above.
Please note – while the course is titled Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Practitioner Certificate, it alone will not allow an individual to practice CBT in South Africa without a professional registration from the HPCSA as a psychologist. The primary objective of this course is to familiarise students with the overall process of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Call for Peer-Reviewers.
The University of South Africa, in collaboration with the University of Johannesburg and Cognition & Co, are proud to announce the call for interested peer-reviewers for the 6th Southern African Student’s Psychology Conference. Reflective of the Africanising and decolonising debate, Psychology has been challenged to venture beyond the traditional confines of our discipline and our Western academic training, and to explore new possibilities! To this end the University of South Africa, in collaboration with the University of Johannesburg would like to invite peer reviewers for the 6th Southern African Student’s Psychology Conference.
Peer-reviewers will be expected to review abstracts related to:
- Practical or theoretical examples of combining psychology and other disciplines (or professions) to make sense of (or make a positive difference to) social phenomena.
- Psychology’s (post-)colonial heritage and the possibilities for reclaiming an African psychology.
- Re-imagining psychology as a decolonial project.
- Starting conversations with communities outside academia and beyond the consulting room.
- Students’ role in co-constructing new psychologies.
If you would like to register as a peer-reviewer for the conference, please click here.
To view the conference website please click here.
If you have any other questions regarding the peer-review process, please email: email@example.com
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Cognition & Co will be collaborating with the University of South Africa and the University of Johannesburg for the 6th Southern African Students’ Psychology Conference.
The conference will take place from June 24th until June 26th 2019 at the Kingsway Campus of the University of Johannesburg, Auckland Park, Johannesburg. Fees for conference attendance will be R330.00 per person for all three days.
The Southern African Students’ Psychology Conference is a biannual event that provides a platform for young, aspiring academics and researchers to present their ideas and share their knowledge with peers. This collaborative effort aims to move forward the discipline of Psychology through the support of relevant research to contribute towards shaping psychology in Southern Africa.
To find out more and view the conference website, please click here
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