Metacognitive Therapy (MCT) is evidence-based psychotherapy looking at cognition. While CognitiveBehavioural Therapy (CBT) traditionally looks at what we think, MCT looks at how we think.
MCT is highly effective at reducing worry and rumination and proven to reduce anxiety, PTSD, OCD and depression. In this course, we will learn what MCT is, how it works, how to use it in practice and how to apply it to each condition.
Lakshmi is the Psychotherapist & CLO at Bouncbk.com. She is a certified psychotherapist with active therapy practice for over 11yrs. She is trained in various psychological models of therapy like CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy), REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy), Client-Centered Therapy, MCT (Meta- Cognitive Therapy), and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy).
She has a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology (IGNOU), trained in CBT & RECBT, Client-Centered Therapy, Clinical hypnotherapy. She is also a Queer Affirmative Counselling Practitioner certified by MHI in collaboration with TISS. Lakshmi has successfully completed Suicide Gatekeeper training and have volunteered with a suicide prevention cell in the past. With over a decade of active practice in psychotherapy, she is also an ICF-trained Coach from Erickson Coaching International.