Tina Rae: Using Tools from CBT with Children & Young People Essential Guide

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Online training with Tina Rae. Learn to use tools from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)with children & young people. Includes copy of book.

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Using Tools & Strategies from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) with Children & Young People: An Essential Guide.

Presenter: Dr Tina Rae

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This is a practical, interactive training session for anyone working with children and young people who would like to learn more about using tools and strategies from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to build effective thinking habits, emotional resilience and better mental health. This training will introduce practitioners and parents/carers to the approaches underpinning CBT and will provide them with a range of key tools and strategies which can be confidently used with children and young people by those who are not therapists.

Learning Outcomes

Delegates will:

  • Gain an understanding of CBT
  • Develop skills for applying the cognitive model
  • Develop strategies for self-regulation
  • Develop and practice strategies for effective thinking
  • Feel confident in using tools from CBT with children & young people

Your delegate fee includes a copy of Dr Tina Rae’s bestselling book:

The Essential Guide to Using CBT with Children & Young People

Activities from the book will be presented and delegates will learn how these can be used with young people and their parents/carers. This course is suitable for:

  • Counsellors
  • Therapists
  • Teachers
  • Mental Health Leads
  • SENCOs
  • Foster Carers/Parents
  • Social Workers
  • Youth Workers
  • Family Support Workers

The course includes an introductory PowerPoint session, with opportunities to practice and reflect upon the key tools and strategies introduced. There will also be a question and answer session.

Each delegate will receive a Certificate of Attendance


Any queries, please contact Hinton House directly: sales@hintonpublishers.com



Welcome & Introduction


PowerPoint Presentation: Introduction to CBT


Coffee break & reflection


PowerPoint Presentation: Practising some key tools and strategies

Questions and Discussion

Closing comments

About Dr Tina Rae

Dr Tina Rae has over 30 years’ experience working with children, adults and families in clinical and educational contexts within local authorities and specialist services. She currently works as a Consultant Educational and Child Psychologist in a range of SEMH and mainstream contexts and for Compass Fostering as a Consultant Psychologist supporting foster carers, social workers and Looked after children. From 2010 to 2016 Tina was an Academic and Professional Tutor for the Doctorate in Educational and Child psychology (University of East London).

Tina is a member of the editorial board for the journal Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and for the International Journal of Nurture in Education. She is also a member of the Advisory board for Fresh Start in Education.

Tina is an award-winning, prolific author and has written more than 100 publications to date. She is passionate about promoting the mental health and well being of children and young people and her publications are renowned for being evidence based, practical and user friendly. She is the ‘go-to’ author for all those in the caring professions who promote and nurture the mental health and well being of our children.

Recent publications include:

Rae T., Such A. & Wood J. (2020) The Wellbeing Tool Kit for Mental Health Leads in Schools A comprehensive Training Resource to Support Emotional Wellbeing in Education and Social Care, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T. (2020) Motivation Matters, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T. & Such A. (2019) The ASD Girls’ Wellbeing Toolkit An Evidence-Based Intervention Promoting Mental, Physical & Emotional Health, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T. & Wood J. (2019) The Essential Resilience and Wellbeing Toolkit for Early Years & Younger Children, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

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