BT12 Workshop 04 Anxiety Be Gone! Treatment Strategies for Worries Reid Wilson, PhD
Chronically anxious clients continually scan their world for potential catastrophes that they feel incapable of facing. Participants will learn a set of therapeutic strategies—physiological, cognitive and behavioral—for treating worries, based on the latest research. These will help clients face unneeded worries head-on and dispatch with them rather than being consumed by them or trying to avoid them.
- Distinguish helpful worries (signals) from intrusive worries (noise).
- Clarify the specific skills of worry exposure.
- List 4 methods for generating alternative perspectives.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*