Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision

Document Type

Empirical Research Article


neuroscience, cognitive behavior therapy, counselor training

Subject Area

Counselor Education


This study evaluated the impact of a three-day Neuroscience-Informed Cognitive Behavior Therapy (nCBT) training on participants’ post-training nCBT knowledge and interoceptive awareness. Results indicated a statistically significant increase in knowledge for the majority of the items and for interoceptive awareness, with effect sizes in the medium to large range. Implications for future nCBT trainings are discussed.



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