Managing Stress through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach to
Managing Stress. An essential course for learning how help yourself and
others to deal with self defeating negative thoughts and beliefs often
linked to anxiety, depression and low self esteem
Next Intake: Thursday 29th September, 2011,
7 – 9.30pm (8 nights)
Venue: GMIT, Dublin road, Galway

Fee: €125 – Enrol through GMIT

Facilitator: Norman Warden. A lecturer on
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for over ten years. Ph: 086 395 49 39. Email

This course builds on applicants learning from Cognitive Behavioural
Therapy I. The course will benefit anyone wishing to learn and apply
Behavioural Therapy to themselves. The course will also be of benefit to health workers (counsellors, coaches,
nurses etc.) as part of their continuing professional development.

We will consider the CBT approach to managing:

  • Worry
  • Social anxiety
  • Health anxiety
  • Intrusive thoughts
  • Procrastination
  • Anger management
  • Self Compassion
  • Depressive moods
  • Mindfulness practice

course is practical in nature and involves some between session
assignment work in order to put the CBT into practice.