On 22nd June 2013, the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (www.cbttherapies.org.uk) is holding a one day Workshop in Phobias. This highly experiential workshop will introduce you to the various classes of phobias and will highlight a range of techniques combining both Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnosis to help your clients control and manage this most debilitating form of anxiety disorder.
Daniel Fryer, Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapist and Lecturer says, “According to the Office of National Statistics, around 1.9 per cent of the adult UK population are phobic at any one time. Now, that’s a lot of highly anxious people.
A phobia is an anxiety disorder that’s commonly referred to as a persistent fear of an object or situation, one that the sufferer will either go to great lengths to avoid, or endure with marked distress. It’s a fear they recognise as irrational and one that is typically way out of proportion to the danger actually posed by the thing itself.”
You will learn about:
- Specific Phobias
- Social Phobias
- The Differences between specific and social phobias and agoraphobia
- DSM-V Classification
- Treatment protocols
- CBH Interventions and strategies
- Session by session outline
The Workshop takes place at CCBT, 83 Baker Street, London. Registration is at 9:30am, start at 10:00am, finish at 5:00pm. To book call 020 7034 7049 or use the online booking form on the right of your screen.
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 Workshop will be run by Daniel Fryer MSc (RECBT) who runs a successful Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy practice in South West London, where he concentrates on the treatment of anxiety disorders (including phobias). He also works for a healthcare company, focusing on work-related stress management and trauma and is a specialist at the Royal Brompton Hospital, where he uses CBH to help patients manage the physical and psychological symptoms associated with Cardiac Syndrome X (CSX) and angina.