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Event Name

25 Advanced Strategies to Promote Positive Emotional Habits, with John Preston, Psy.D.
Course/Workshop
Intended Audience: Professionals
Provided by: Jack Hirose & Associates

Date and Time

Mon Oct 20, 2014 (This event is over)
9:00 - 4:00pm

Location

20 St Margaret's Bay Road, Halifax, NS, B3N 1J4

Event Description

This advanced training session with John Preston, Psy.D. will equip participants with 25 effective strategies to develop and strengthen positive emotional habits with their clients. Mood regulation is strongly influenced by emotional habits. This workshop will focus on strengthening and maintaining well-being through proven methods including: research on resiliency, adaptive emotional habits, the neuroscience of positive emotions, cultural and spiritual traditions and positive psychology. The insights and interventions apply to a wide range of presenting problems including but not limited to anxiety, depression, panic attacks, cravings/addictions, overwhelming stress, rage/ aggression, painful emotional issues, traumatic life events and maladaptive emotional habits. Participants will be introduced to advanced techniques that will empower both professionals and their clients to adopt healthy mood regulation techniques, increase their sense of vitality, overcome serious illnesses, foster optimal brain regulation, improve cognitive functioning and enhance their overall quality of life and personal well-being.

More Info

604-924-0296
1-800-456-5424 (Toll Free)

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This event is listed under these topics

Depression
Parents, Families & Caregivers
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Trauma and Abuse
Anxiety
Stress
Mood Disorders
Mental Health in General
Primary Care (e.g. Family physicians, paediatricians, nurse practitioners)
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