National Training Awards Investor In People award

Industry News

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Social Anxiety Disorder May Alter Brain Activity, Volume - Medical Daily
    Medical DailyCognitive Behavioral Therapy For Social Anxiety Disorder May Alter Brain Activity, VolumeMedical DailyBut according to new research published in Translational Psychiatry, a Nature publication, professionals may be on the right track with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Prior research suggests CBT can cause neurobiological changes in patients with ...
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy changes brain volume - UPI.com
    UPI.comCognitive behavioral therapy changes brain volumeUPI.comLINKOPING, Sweden, Feb. 5 (UPI) -- Patients with social anxiety disorder benefited from just nine weeks of cognitive behavioral therapy delivered via the Internet. According to a new study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry, the therapy ...and more »
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Delivered Online May Help Those With Body Dysmorphic Disorder - Medical Daily
    Medical DailyCognitive Behavioral Therapy Delivered Online May Help Those With Body Dysmorphic DisorderMedical DailyMany people do not have access to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which has strong efficacy against this disorder, but new research published in The BMJ suggests an internet-based version of psychotherapy could also be effective. Body dysmorphia is ...Online CBT May Help 'Body Dysmorphic' PatientsMedPage Todayall 3 news articles »

Northern Ireland's Most Professional Counselling and Therapy Centre

Building entrance Reception Area Admin and library area Trainee studies online Small group supervision Interactive training facilities Small group training Trainees on a break Large group training

BCTC Counsellors / Therapists

30 psychologists, therapists and counsellors provide empathic, professional counselling/ therapy for:

  • Anxiety Disorders (panic, phobia, OCD, trauma, worry, social anxiety)
  • Depression including Post Natal Depression
  • Relationship
  • Sexual issues
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Stress
  • Anger
  • Self Esteem/ Self confidence
  • Addiction

 

BCTC Training Awards

  • 1st therapist training course in N. Ireland to gain course accreditation from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), including the courses held at both N.I. universities
  • Sole training organisation in N.I. to be cited for the quality of its training in a Government Report into counselling
  • Regional award winners in the National Training Awards