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CBT tools for stress and anxiety print version | course feedback

 
 
     
Duration: This is a one day course

Tutor(s): Suzanne Pearson.

Dates:

   
26/02/2020    
     
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Course Outline

   

1 in 6 people of working age are experiencing clinical levels of anxiety and/or low mood that impacts on their day-to-day life. Anxiety in particular is almost always present during times of physical or mental ill health or other adverse life situations.

   

Aims

   

This course provides an introduction to the cognitive behavioural approach to understanding and addressing excessive stress and anxiety difficulties. Learn practical tools and techniques that can be used to assist people to better manage stress and reduce the impact of anxiety on their day-to-day life and develop resilience in a range of contexts including work-place, support roles and personal life. The course will also provide extensive signposting information about other helpful sources of practical information and resources.

   

Objectives

   
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • Gain an introduction to cognitive behavioural approaches to understanding and addressing anxiety difficulties
  • Clarify what is meant by stress and anxiety, the differences and possible links and how to use this understanding to assist others
  • Practice using CBT based approaches, techniques and tools that can enable a person to better manage stress and/or reduce excessive anxiety
  • Identify the evidenced based factors and strategies involved in resilience and consider different ways of supporting people in developing their resilience
   

Agenda

   
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