Recognising and Reframing Anxiety
Everyone experiences anxiety at some time, even children.
And helping clients understand their experience of anxiety can often provide an alternative way of engagement, and help clear the path to enable the other work to continue.
Recognising and Reframing to Anxiety is a core skills online workshop suitable for new and experienced practitioners. It offers practical means to help reduce anxiety, and provides an opportunity to unpack what anxiety can look like and the possibilities of supporting clients in those moments.
Alison Krusec is an engaging and inspiring facilitator who creates an open space for all.
What to expect:
This online session aims to build skills in using the resources in a variety of settings. The format is collaborative and conversation-based, enabling participants to ask questions, learn from peers, and develop their understanding and use of the resources. Also:
- take away a range of strategies to support themselves and others in managing anxiety
- identify skills and strategies people can use to calm anxiety, based on a range of therapeutic approaches such as mindfulness, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), strengths-based, solution-focused practices, art and nature-based therapies
- explore how to run activities that work for different learning styles and in different environments.
- Anxiety Solutions
- Eating Disorders & other shadowy companions
- Self Care
- Choosing Strengths
- Anxiety Solutions for Kids
- Body Signals®
- The Bears
- Strengths Cards for Kids
- Tell A Trusted Adult
- Stones…have feelings too!
- Shadows and Deeper Shadows