On 17th May 2014, the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies ( www.cbttherapies.org.uk ) is holding a one day workshop on Treating Ego Disturbance. In this thought-provoking and popular workshop, you will reverse your mindset about the entire concept of self esteem, self worth and self acceptance. You will learn how to treat ego disturbed problems. Such problems arise in emotional problems such as anxiety, depression, anger, hurt, guilt, jealousy, envy and shame and with many specific areas such as relationship problems, anxiety disorders, performance anxiety to name but a few.
Beverley Harper, Lecturer and Regional manager for CCBT Bath, explains more: “Ego disturbance problems are common and in many cases are at the heart of the problem. This workshop will help the practitioner learn powerful tools and arguments to help their clients to unconditionally accept themselves and heal their disturbed ego”
The workshop takes place at CCBT Bath, 1 Queen Square Bath BA1 2HA. Registration is at 9.30am, start at 10:00am, finish 5:00pm. To book call 020 7034 7049.
You will learn:
- Ego disturbance
- Ego disturbed beliefs and emotions
- Why it is unhelpful to raise self-esteem?
- Self acceptance beliefs and emotions
- Practical considerations in dealing with self-esteem problems
- Using Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy to heal the ego
- Session by session outline
COST & BOOKING INFO: £95, includes tea, coffee and biscuits. Call 01373 453 270. Places are limited, and allocated on a first come, first served basis. Early Bird £85.00 if booked before 17th April 2014.
The class will be run by Beverley Harper.
The College of Cognitive Behaviour Therapies (CCBT) has locations in London, Bath and Sheffield. We offer accredited training courses in counselling, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy (CBH). We also offer specialist workshops on a variety of topics. Here at the CCBT, we are dedicated to excellence and committed to offering training that is not only fun and practical but that also can help students grow both professionally and personally.