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The ABC of GAD: Generalised Anxiety Disorder made Simple

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Generalized anxiety disorder, characterised by chronic anxiety and worry, is a common problem but one which can be more challenging than other anxiety disorders because it is easy to confuse it with other presentations such as OCD, social phobia or hypochondriasis. Diagnosis can be especially difficult when the GAD is co-morbid with another disorder – which is often the case. But even when you are confident that your client has GAD – which cognitive model do you use? And what if your patient doesn’t ‘fit’ the model? This workshop will help you understand and formulate your client’s GAD and will guide you through the optimum treatment approaches.

Location Oxford
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 10 Dec 2018
Venue Address McInnes Room, Warneford Hospital
Amount £130
Organiser OCTC
Speaker Helen Kennerley
Contact No. 01865 902801
Keywords Cognitive Behavioraltherapy (CBT), Therapy
Regions South East