Mood Management Course
The Mood Management Course (MMC) has been specifically designed
to provide effective treatment for individuals currently suffering
from anxiety and depression. The MMC provides a setting where
- gain an understanding of their problems,
- learn practical strategies for managing them,
- practise the techniques both in and outside of the group
- learn how to maintain the gains they have made during
therapy and prevent relapse.
Each MMC runs for 10 weekly sessions of 2 hours, with a follow-up
session 4 weeks after the 10th session.
Specialist Group Programs
CCI conducts an adjunctive cognitive behavioural group intervention
for people with bipolar disorder. The focus of this treatment
program is on providing individuals with information about
their illness, helping them identify early warning signs that
precede a mood episode, and teaching them strategies to prevent
hypomanic or manic episodes and to manage depressive episodes
CCI also conducts a cognitive behavioural group intervention
for people with social phobia and social anxiety disorder.
In this treatment program individuals are provided with information
that can help them gain an understanding of their difficulties
and are taught techniques to help them manage their anxiety
about social situations.
We also offer individual treatment based on a modular therapy
approach. This is an evidence-based form of therapy that includes
a comprehensive diagnostic work up, a detailed case formulation
and a selection of evidence based modules that are constructed
into a specifically tailored treatment that focuses on the
individual needs of the patient.
Our specialist interventions include interventions for:
- Major Depression
- Dysthymic Disorder
- Adjustment Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder
- Social Phobia
- Mixed Anxiety-Depression
- Bipolar Disorder
- Anorexia Nervosa & Atypical Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa & Atypical Bulimia Nervosa