A one day workshop
On 19th April 2014, the College of Cognitive behavioural Therapies www.cbttherapies.org.uk is holding a one day workshop on Treating Panic Disorder with Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy.
Beverley Harper, Lecturer and CCBT Bath Regional Manager says “People with panic disorders experience debilitating fear that feels out of their control. The good news is that it can be treated with the right therapeutic approach”. It is estimated that least 2 million people in the UK alone suffer from panic attacks. This seminar will provide up to date information on the nature, symptoms, causes, theories and treatment of both routine and challenging cases of panic disorder. It reviews indications and contraindications for various treatment procedures. The seminar will give an account of psychological therapy together with a protocol for paradoxical homework. It will also discuss the available drug treatment.
It is aimed at hypnotherapists, counsellors, psychotherapists and health workers who have to deal with this problem.
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 01373 453 270.
You will learn:
- Psychopathology and natural history of panic disorder
- Major theories
- Review of treatments
- Case formulation
- Hypnotherapy protocol – session by session treatment
- Guidelines and strategies for challenging cases
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 19th March 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.