Reframing Anxiety – How to Make Friends with Anxiety

£15.00

Tuesday 22nd September 7.30-8.30pm

Can changing how we think about anxiety make us healthier & happier? We often talk about the negative side of feeling anxious, but what if we re-frame our thinking to understand the positive side? Anxiety is a natural human response and is often felt through thoughts, feelings and physical sensations.

During this talk we will take a deeper look at the purpose, culture and history of anxiety, what causes it, and how to experience these feelings more comfortably. We will also look at how you can use this emotion to your advantage and the opportunities and benefits that understanding this feeling can bring.

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Description

Can changing how we think about anxiety make us healthier & happier?  We often talk about the negative side of feeling anxious, but what if we re-frame our thinking to understand the positive side? Anxiety is a natural human response and is often felt through thoughts, feelings and physical sensations.

During this talk we will take a deeper look at the purpose, culture and history of anxiety, what causes it, and how to experience these feelings more comfortably.  We will also look at how you can use this emotion to your advantage and the opportunities and benefits that understanding this feeling can bring.

Date and Times

Tuesday 22nd September 2020 – 7.30pm

Venue

The International College of Oriental Medicine, van Buren House, Green Hedges Avenue, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 1DZ.
Special safety measures are in place at ICOM. Places are limited to 12 so that we can maintain social distancing. Please wear a mask when you come. You will be sent full safety information by email prior to the event.

For any enquiries please contact Juliette Willett on 07876 566269

Cost

£15 (£20 for two tickets – add two places to your basket and use code TWO20 at checkout)

Who is this course for?

This course is open to anyone that has an interest in gaining a deeper understanding of anxiety. No previous training or experience is required. Everyone is welcome.

Tutor

Juliette Willett

Juliette Willett counselling and psychotherapy - reframing anxietyJuliette offers Counselling & Psychotherapy at the International College Of Oriental Medicine. For over 10 years Juliette ran a successful practice in West Sussex as a Physical Therapist working with Adults, Young People and Children to treat physical symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and injury. In 2012 she undertook four years of training in Psychotherapy at The Wealden Institute. Juliette’s working experience includes working with Adults, Young People and Children both within private practice, the NHS, Crime Reduction Initiative and within Schools. Juliette cares passionately about people being supported and empowered to enhance their lives through therapy. She believes if we have an investment in change then, with support, we can make choices to implement the life we want.

Additional information

Ticket type

One ticket £15, Two tickets £20

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