Training includes


  • Evidence-based low intensity interventions for commonly occurring mental health problems. This focuses on services having KPIs that include measuring clinical recovery and loss of diagnosis in addition to early interventions.    
  • Evidence-based low intensity interventions for people with severe mental illness in the community, including psychological assessment and skills training for care coordinators.
  • Using workforce and technology innovations to provide psychological therapies for people in rural and remote areas and other hard to reach populations.
  • Low Intensity coach training for indigenous Australians to allow evidence-based interventions to be delivered from within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Management of suicide risk, including psychological skills in engagement, collaborative problem solving, identifying protective factors, symptom management and goal setting.
  • Delivering focused, person-centred interventions within a stepped care model of mental health including skills in low and high intensity CBT.
  • Developing and training in-house clinical supervisors for low intensity services to become self-sustaining within a stepped care model of mental health. 
  • High intensity CBT training for health professionals, based on UK NICE guidelines and high intensity IAPT training

Training for Health & Social Care Organisations

CBT Institute offers training for health and social care organisations including Primary Health Networks. Our training enables PHN’s meet the Objectives of the Australian Government’s, Annual Mental Health Activity Work Plan for Primary Health Networks.