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Free choice subjectHow to Control Severe Anxiety
- the practical skills you need

A NEW one-day course with tutor: Denise Winn

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
  • Tips for public speaking
  • 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
  • ...and much more

 

Why this day is important:

Anxiety blights the lives of increasingly large numbers of people. It may initially be focused on realistic concerns – such as financial difficulties, health, job insecurity or unemployment, relationship problems (particularly complex in blended families) and fears about the future in an increasingly uncertain world – but then spiral out of control.

Or it may have no clear cause and manifests as an ever-present feeling of being ‘wired’, tense or vulnerable, very often accompanied by out-of-control thoughts. Left unaddressed, over-anxiety can badly affect sleep and physical, as well as mental, health.

This highly practical course focuses on the key information and practical skills you need to be able to lower anxiety levels and you will have many opportunities to practise the new skills and techniques yourself.

It concentrates on generalised anxiety (including generalised anxiety disorder – GAD), social anxiety and panic attacks.



This practical skills course complements the Online Course: 'Understanding anxiety – and managing it without drugs'

Trauma, phobias and obsessive compulsive disorders are dealt with on separate practical skills training days (see “The fast trauma (PTSD) and phobia cure” and “Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – understanding OCD and how best to treat it ”.)

 

 

Who should attend?

Anyone who works with, lives with, teaches or treats people who may be highly anxious – such as psychotherapists, counsellors, health and social care professionals, educators, individuals working in a variety of capacities in any number of organisations, and those in relationships or families affected by anxiety.

The course is also valuable for anyone struggling to deal with their own over-anxiety.

You will gain life skills that are of benefit to everyone.

Please Note: This course is not a substitute for individual therapy

 

Course Programme

The 'How to Control Severe Anxiety' course starts at 9.30am and runs until 4.00pm.

The day's agenda

Registration: 8.30am to 9.30am (Tea or coffee served until 9.25am)

9.30am – Bringing down physiological arousal

  • The three components of anxiety
  • Symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks explained
  • Why anxiety can get out of control
  • Recognising and dealing with hyperventilation
  • Four simple ways to bring down physiological arousal quickly and safely – demonstration and practice
  • How chronic anxiety affects sleep, and how to break the cycle

11.00am — Discussion over tea/coffee

11.30am – Psychological approaches to anxiety management

  • The difference between trait and state anxiety, and methods for
    helping with both
  • Generalised anxiety and common over-anxious thoughts
  • Antenatal anxiety and its connection with postnatal depression
  • 20-plus tried and tested psychological methods for mastering
    over-anxiety

1.00pm — Lunch (included)

1.45pm – Handling challenging situations

  • Tips for public speaking
  • Coping with social anxiety
  • How to respond assertively
    (includes discussion over tea/coffee)

3.15pm – Guided imagery with highly anxious people

  • Explanation/demonstration of guided imagery and why it is so powerful in helping with over-anxiety
  • Special tips and techniques for using it to reduce high anxiety
  • Using stories to complement therapy
  • Closing thoughts and discussion

4.00pm — Day ends


Book now to ensure your place on this new course:

How to Control Severe Anxiety

Monday 25th September 2017                     London

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Wednesday 24th January 2018                      Bristol

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Wednesday 21st February 2018                     Dublin

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Tuesday 15th May 2018                               London

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Tuesday 2nd October 2018                          London

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To book by phone call 01323 811690.
Alternatively, you can download an application form and post or fax it to:
Human Givens College, Chalvington, East Sussex, BN27 3TD.
fax:
 00 44 (0)1323 811486

Also see, How to Book.