Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy Course

Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy Course



Difference between Health and Unhealthy Negative Emotions in REBT

Fundamentals of REBT

Unique aspects and goals of REBT

ABC, Core IBs,  Techniques for Identifying IBs, B-C Connection


Strategies of Disputation, Techniques of Reinforcement

Homework, Clinical & Non clinical applications

Full session Demo

Demonstration of session with a volunteer


Philosophy, ABC model - IBs and RBs, HNE & UNE, Disputes

Explanation of session process - Step by step 

Participants practise skills on each other with real issues, NO ROLEPLAYS

  • Recap of key takeaways from the workshop.
  • Open floor for participants to ask questions and seek clarification.
  • Sharing resources.

  • Case studies and real-life examples illustrate the effects of trauma.

Teaching Methodologies

  • Live Classes

  • Recordings

  • Case study and group discussions

  • Rolepays Demonstrations Supervised Peer Counselling

The Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy Course is suitable for:

  • Students

    interested in becoming a Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapist

  • Aspiring and practicing therapists

    who want to specialize in REBT

  • Practitioners

    interested in learning an evidence-based therapy. 

  • People

    interested in learning how to redirect our thoughts and behaviors into adaptive methods.

Perks of doing this course:

  • Library of e-books

  • 1 on 1 Career guidance

  • Certification 

  • Evaluation Report

  • Letter of Recommendation

  • Case based learning

  • Access to 2 workshops in counselling

  • A chance to be listed as a Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy practitioner after completing master in psychology

Course Instructor

Sakina Patanwala

Sakina Patanwala specialises in Trauma- Focused, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Arts based Therapy. She has an experience of more than 7 years.

Her association with Socially Souled has been more than 1 year


Find the most frequently asked questions below.

REBT is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy founded by Dr. Albert Ellis that helps individuals identify irrational beliefs and negative thought patterns that lead to emotional and behavioral issues. The therapy emphasizes changing these thoughts to cultivate healthier, more productive behaviors and emotions.

This course is ideal for psychologists, counselors, social workers, psychotherapists, and any mental health professionals interested in expanding their therapeutic techniques. It's also suitable for students in these fields or anyone interested in personal development.

Participants will learn the core principles of REBT, including its theoretical framework, techniques for identifying and disputing irrational beliefs, and strategies for implementing REBT in therapy settings. The course covers emotional education, coping strategies, and the application of REBT across various psychological disorders.

Some foundational knowledge in psychology or a related field can be helpful, but it is not always mandatory. Check with the course provider for specific prerequisites.

The course typically runs for 5 weeks with weekly sessions that include lectures, interactive discussions, and hands-on practice. The classes will be conducted online.

Is there any certification provided at the end of the course?

Yes, upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate that may be used for professional development points or as part of a continuing education program. The certificate will be sent to the registered email ID.