Person-centred approach to working with anxiety
Anxiety is regularly the most searched for term by people who are looking for a counsellor/therapist, and a very common presenting issue in the counselling room.
Very often, clients present with a diagnosis of anxiety and want to be rid of unpleasant feelings and experiences that are symptomatic of anxiety. This training will explore anxiety from a person-centred perspective.
This training will help participants:
- Explore what we mean by anxiety and when this becomes problematic.
- Gain an understanding of how we might understand anxiety in the context of person-centred theory.
- Reflect on medical and social models of mental health and their influence on therapeutic approaches, and what person-centred practice can offer people who experience anxiety.
- Consider the use of strategies and techniques for coping and their place in a person-centred approach.
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Hosted by Audrey Smith
Greenwood Events organises workshops aimed primarily at counsellors and psychotherapists, but the workshops may also be of interest to social workers, teachers, anyone in the helping professions or anyone who is interested in personal development. See a full list of events at https://www.greenwoodevents.co.uk/events/. Everyone is welcome!