On 28th September 2013, the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (www.cbttherapies.org.uk) is holding a one day workshop on Anxiety based Depression. Depression is a mood disorder, comes in many forms. Anxiety based Depression is triggered by having anxiety and stress as a primary problem. This workshop focuses on the treatment of Anxiety based Depression using cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy (CBH).
Avy Joseph, Principal of CCBT, author of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Your Route Out of Perfectionism, Self-sabotage and Other Everyday Habits and co author of Visual CBT, explains more: “Often hypnotherapists shy away from treating depression. However, anxiety and depression are often linked and usually present together for treatment. It is difficult to treat anxiety in isolation when depression is present and an obstacle. This workshop will help increase confidence in the treatment ofAnxiety based Depression”.
The Workshop takes place at CCBT, 83 Baker Street, London. Registration is at 9.30am, start at 10:00am, finish 5:00pm. To book call 020 7034 7049 or use the online booking form on the right of your screen.
You will learn:
- Mood Disorders
- Neuro-transmitters that provoke depression and anxiety Medication
- The difference between Depression and Sadness
- How to make a clinical assessment?
- The CBT Model and the three different types of Anxiety based Depression beliefs
- Assessment tool
- Treatment strategies and scripts
- A session by session cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy approach
COST & BOOKING INFO: £85, includes tea, coffee and biscuits. Call 020 7034 7049 or use the online booking form on the right of your screen. Places are limited, and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The class will be run by Avy Joseph, a practising Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist, Director and Co-founder of the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies. He is a board member of the Association of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy and is a registered and accredited CBT therapist with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. He runs a private clinic in Central London. He has lectured both nationally and internationally. Over the years he has developed many workshops and courses that have culminated in the development of the specialised courses at the CCBT.