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Using cognitive behavioural therapy for people with learning disabilities

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Recorded:Wednesday 11th October 2023, 1pm to 2pm BST Description: Psychological interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) are clinical and cost-effective treatments for anxiety and depression within the general population. In the past, learning disability has been viewed as a reason to automatically exclude someone from being able to receive CBT. People with a learning disability have a right to access the full range of therapies that are available for conditions such as depression and anxiety. Effective treatments would also reduce unnecessary suffering and demand for mental health and social care services. This webinar will look at how CBT can


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