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How to control chronic anxiety - the practical skills you need

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Discover new, specialised skills for helping the ever-increasing numbers of people suffering from high levels of anxiety, panic attacks, GAD and more.

The skills and information taught on this day are needed now more than ever – left unaddressed, over-anxiety can badly affect sleep and lead to serious physical and mental health problems. This practical day gives you a comprehensive range of effective techniques to help people regain control of their lives...

What you will gain from attending:

  • 20+ tried and tested psychological techniques for dealing with over-anxiety
  • How guided imagery speeds up treatment for high anxiety plus special tips for using it with clients suffering from over-anxiety
  • Why it’s important to distinguish between two fundamental kinds of anxiety – and methods for dealing with both
  • How to recognise panic attacks and deal with them effectively
  • Ways to change a poor sleep pattern caused by anxiety
  • New perspectives on what drives anxiety
  • The three different components of anxiety – and why anxiety can get out of control
  • How anxiety affects the body – and how the body affects anxiety
  • How to separate a person from their anxiety
  • Why social anxiety occurs and how to handle it
  • 4 effective methods for bringing down physiological arousal very quickly – and safely
  • How stories can complement therapy for anxiety
  • Practice sessions throughout the day of a range of new skills and techniques for reducing severe anxiety
Location Bristol
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 21 May 2019
Start time 9:30am
Venue Address Engineers House, The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol BS8 3NB
Cost
Amount £192
About
Organiser Human Givens College
Speaker Denise Winn
CPD activity Workshop
CPD hours 6
Website https://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/severe-anxiety.html
Description Human Givens College provides effective psychotherapy training and courses about key mental health problem areas for anyone wishing to help improve the lives of individuals and families, or to help organisations and communities thrive.
Name Mark Thomas
Contact No. 01323 811690
Email info@humangivens.com
Regions South West