Anxiety Disorders and Anger Management
Anxiety is a normal response to threat and danger and vitally important part of human life. It is evolutionary and is there to keep us alive. That said, many of our clients suffer from anxiety disorders, panic attacks and even PTSD. Anxiety is a key feature of social disorders, obsessive compulsory disorders and other unhelpful behaviours or habits from nail biting to excessively worrying about exams.
This one day ICH course will help you understand about anxiety and worry, and different anxiety disorders, and draws from the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and REBT, helping you to use these techniques on their own or in adjunct with hypnosis.
The following topics will be covered allowing the participants to acquire a variety of practical techniques to deal with anxiety in a productive way using CBT techniques along with hypnotherapeutic interventions:
Assessing Anxiety Levels
Types of anxiety
Vicious Flower Model / Worry Tree etc
Anxiety vs Concern
Dealing with worry
We all get angry time to time, but when anger becomes malignant, either overtly physical or verbal or silent, passive-aggressive, it can have terrible consequences. Not only to those who happen to be in the receiving end, but anger can also be destructive to the sufferer.
This one day ICH course will help you to help your clients manage their anger issues. It will help you understand differences between healthy anger responses and unhealthy response, addresses assertiveness training, how to deal with criticism, blame and forgiveness.
This course draws from the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and REBT, helping you to use these techniques on their own or in adjunct with hypnosis.
The following topics will be covered allowing the participants to acquire a variety of practical techniques to deal with anger in a productive way using CBT techniques along with hypnotherapeutic interventions:
Dangers of anger
Anger vs Assertion
Criticism and Blame
Next Course Date
10am -5pm (9.30am registration)
Location: Central London
Lecturer: Nicola Martin
Course Registration and Payments
Complete your enrolment by paying either the registration fee or the one-off course payment via PayPal. The remaining course balance will be due one week before the course for all registration fee only enrolments. There is no need to fill in registration forms for paypal payments.
We are happy to also accept your enrolment over telephone on 020 7642 0272
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