Prerequisite: Masters degree in a mental health field or current graduate student in a mental health discipline
Certified Anxiety Specialist Certification Home Study Program
This Home Study Course Includes:
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: The Basics of Helping People to Get Better -- Audio CD Home Study Program
“Treating Anxiety & Panic: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach -- Webinar recording on Computer CD
Overcome Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior (Audio CDs)
Overcoming Fear and Anxiety (Audio CDs)
Dr. Aldo Pucci's Book, "Feel the Way You Want to Feel ... No Matter What!"
Anxiety and Panic are very common
in our world today for a variety of reasons. In addition to the
obvious experience of anxious symptoms, a variety of problems arise from
those anxious feelings, including physical problems (gastrointestinal,
dermatological, hormonal) and problematic compulsive behaviors (drinking,
drugging, gambling) which are attempts to avoid the anxious feelings.
Also, anxious avoidant behavior often has a social and occupational impact.
What You Will Learn
This seminar will teach attendees:
-- how to distinguish between anxious symptoms and anxiety
-- common hidden causes of "biological" anxiety
-- about Symptoms Stress, and why it's essential to eliminate
-- a cognitive model of anxiety
-- how to share that cognitive model with you clients
-- how to discover what a person actually is afraid
-- a cognitive explanation for panic and why panic seems to
-- how to share the cognitive explanation of panic with your
-- how to help clients determine what they are panicking
-- how to dispute your clients' most resistant fears
-- how to help clients develop new rational replacement
-- how to help your clients take action on their fears to
-- how to use excellent behavioral techniques to help
eliminate fears and "from Missouri-itis"
-- how to help clients overcome social phobia, panic,
agoraphobia, specific phobias, and obsessive-compulsive problems
-- excellent natural approaches to treating anxiety symptoms
and for relief of anxiety
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