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Disrupting Rumination: Changing the Cognitions That Underlie Anxiety
For: Professionals
Provided by: Solutions On Site

Date and Time

Tue Mar 21, 2023 to Thu Mar 21, 2024
(Every week on Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat,Sun)
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Event Description

Featuring Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg

Overactive brain circuitry can trap people in ruminative thinking and can cause anxious dread, which can directly feed the development of addiction or lead to relapse. This session will explore the four subtle reasons people hold on to worry. More importantly you will be able to apply pragmatic, achievable solutions for eliminating anxious thought patterns, in particular ruminative worry, and replacing them with attitudes of calmness and competency.

Course Objectives:

1.Improve treatment effectiveness by applying basic understanding of neurological causes of rumination to eliminate generalized anxiety’s “anxious dread.”
2.Frame 4 purposes of worry and apply the techniques that break the hold of worry
3.Apply 4 approaches to reduce the impact of stressors that triggers anxiety and intensify risk for addiction and relapse.

This 3-hour on-demand training is available March 15th until December 31st. Register before March 31st for the discounted price of $99+hst.

Customized rates for organizations with groups of participants who can mix and match workshops of interest. Contact [email protected] for details.

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This event is listed under these topics

Addictions (including Drugs, Alcohol and Gambling)
Social Skills and Life Skills
Child and Youth Service Organizations
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Trauma and Abuse
Grief and Bereavement
Sleep Problems and Disorders
Separation Anxiety
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