Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety: Clinical Understanding and Techniques

Anxiety is one of the most common complaints presented by clients in psychotherapy, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy offers effective and practical tools for tolerating and overcoming anxiety in its varied forms. Join CBT therapist and trainer, Cindy Strydom, as she shares how CBT practitioners understand anxiety, and offers tools to assist clients with their anxiety and towards an achievement of a more realistic perception of life circumstances.

Sections

  1. Basic concepts of CBT
  2. Understanding anxiety from a CBT perspective
  3. Working with anxiety in CBT
  4. Techniques for reframing anxiety thoughts
  5. Dealing with panic and urgency in a therapy session

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