Managing Stress through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


Next Course: Tuesday January 16th, 2018.

Venue: Held at GTI, Father Griffin road, Galway. 

Enrol: Enrol through GTI. 

Fee: €120. 

Times: 7 - 9.30pm, over 8 nights. 

An essential course for learning how to use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help deal with stress, anxiety, low moods and low self esteem. This course is a practical introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and its application to managing stress. The course will benefit anyone wishing to learn and apply Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to themselves. It may also be of benefit to relevant health professionals (counsellors, psychotherapists, psychiatric nurses etc.) as part of continuing professional development.

Please note that this course is of a practical and experiential nature involving self reflective exercises and practice between classes. 

* A mat will be required for relaxation and mindfulness exercises.


Content

  • Dealing with negative thinking
  • Managing low moods
  • Mindfulness practice
  • Managing difficult emotions and moods
  • Managing anxiety and worry
  • Overcoming Sleep problems
  • Learning Relaxation techniques
  • Building self acceptance


Facilitator: Norman Warden

Related Articles 

How to Overcome a Bad Mood (2017); Dealing with Anger (2014); How to stop worrying (2013); How to Get a good night’s sleep (2013); Don't fight change (2013); Put off procrastinating (2012); Managing change in difficult times (2011).




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