Rewire the Anxious Brain

Don't approach treatment with one hand tied behind your back!

Catherine Pittman, PH.D., HSPP • 8/4/2018 • Be the First to Comment

Anxiety disorders are some of the most common difficulties we deal with as therapist, but most of us are approaching treatment with one hand tied behind our back.

That's because it can be difficult to understand how to apply what neuroscience has taught us about the two different pathways in the brain that give rise to anxiety.

As a result, I created an easy to use assessment tool that identifies 7 common thought patterns that cause our clients to experience panic, worry, nausea and pounding hearts.

Use these FREE Anxiety Identifying worksheets with your clients to help them examine their anxiety and identify which neuroscience-informed interventions are best for easing their symptoms — so you can help them find relief faster.


Want more resources for working with anxiety?

In my new online certificate course Rewire the Anxious Brain, I'll show you step-by-step how you can train the brain to be less prone to anxiety in a way that is both accessible to you as a therapist and practical for you to explain to your clients.

I will give you proven tools and techniques to:

  • Enhance your client's engagement in therapy with easy explanations of how the brain manages anxiety.
  • Increase the effectiveness of CBT tools through the power of neuroscience.
  • Teach the brain new, positive ways to respond to anxiety through the safe use of exposure strategies.
  • Reactivate and erase old memories that trigger anxiety and its symptoms.
  • ...and so much more

You'll end this course with a Certificate in Applied Neuroscience for Treating Anxiety, Panic and Worry, plus you'll fulfill the educational requirements you need to become a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP).

But wait there's more... Register today for this transformational online course and save 71%. Put the power of neuroplasticity to work for you and your anxious clients today!


Topic: Anxiety/Depression

Tags: Anxiety | Challenging Clients | Self-Regulation

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