[Audio Only] IC19 Workshop 31 – Taming the Worried Brain: An Integrative Approach – Carolyn Daitch, PhD
- Topic Areas:
- IC19 – All Audio
- Erickson Congress | Erickson Congress 2019
- Carolyn Daitch, PhD
- 2 Hours 02 Minutes
- Audio Only
- Original Program Date :
- Dec 15, 2019
Anxiety destroys the normal enjoyment of life through the fear, worry, obsessive thinking and avoidant behavior that anxious people experience. Simple activities like going to the grocery store, taking a child to her first day of school, or meeting a friend for lunch trigger a barrage of frantic “what ifs.” This demonstration will explore the subtleties of working with this pervasive category of disorders, and will introduce a powerful, integrative therapy model. Using this integrative therapy model, attendees will learn practical interventions that are applicable to the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder, managing uncertainty. A special component of this workshop is a focus on performance anxiety. The presenter will introduce a powerful, integrative therapy model that combines CBT, hypnosis and mindfulness.
- Delineate and demonstrate a treatment protocol using mindfulness, CBT, and hypnosis to manage worry.
- Describe two techniques for tolerating uncertainty.
- Identify two interventions that can help clients manage performance anxiety.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*
Carolyn Daitch, PhD, is an internationally renowned clinician, author, trainer and presenter. Dr. Daitch is the Director of the Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Michigan. She is an elected fellow with the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and author of Anxiety Disorders: The Go-to Guide for Clients and Therapists and the award winning Affect Regulation Toolbox.