As a Cognitive Therapist and Advanced Accredited Schema Therapist, I provide schema therapy at my private practice in North London. I have also taught both schema therapy and CBT, as well as mindfulness, in a variety of settings.

Here is a selection of the courses, workshops and lectures I have offered:

Trainer – SDS Seminars

As a Trainer with SDS Seminars Ltd I teach a two-day Introduction to Schema Therapy course, providing an overview of schema therapy's history, theory and practice. This highly interactive course also involves an introduction to schema therapy's two core techniques – chair work and imagery rescripting – with demonstrations and skills practice to help counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists incorporate these techniques into their own practice.

Lecturer – London Foundation Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy

Teaching a one-day Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to a group of trainee counsellors, as part of the one-year London Foundation Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy. This course covered the theory and history of CBT, as well as skills practice in working with anxiety disorders and depression.

Lecturer – University College School

Teaching mindfulness skills to 6th Form students at University College School, in Hampstead, both as lectures to 150 students and teachers and in follow-on small group practice for those students who wanted to learn more about using mindfulness to manage their stress.

Lecturer – NAOS Institute

Teaching cognitive behaviour therapy to a group of orthodox Jewish trainee counsellors, who would go on to work with adolescents and adults in their communities. This four-module course for the NAOS Institute covered an overview of the history and theory of CBT, as well as live demonstrations and skills practice of the core techniques used to treat depression and anxiety disorders.

If you would like to contact me about teaching for your organisation, call me on 07766 704210, email dan@danroberts.com or use the contact form to get in touch.


Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
— Benjamin Franklin