Living with Anxiety – 21st September 2019
with Nathan Shearman
10.30 am to 5.30 pm. Location: Whistlewood
£45.00 including refreshments. Please note that workshop participants will need to bring their own lunch
A limited number of concessionary places are available. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions to see if you qualify.
About Living with Anxiety
Anxiety is one of the most common mental health conditions, and something that we all experience to some degree or another in our lives. Often living with anxiety can be a real struggle, and impacts on our day to day lives, our relationships, our work and the way we feel about ourselves. This is a one day workshop looking into the complexities around anxiety, how it is experienced and how we can help to manage anxiety in ourselves, and help others cope with their anxiety.
This workshop will cover:
– What is anxiety?
– How is anxiety experienced?
– What causes anxiety?
– The neuroscience of anxiety – what happens in the brain and the body?
– How do we manage anxiety?
– Dealing with panic attacks
– Creating an anxiety management toolkit
– Helping others who are struggling with anxiety
At the end of the workshop you will have the knowledge and skills to understand what is happening when we’re experiencing anxiety and to be able to manage anxiety more effectively in your own life. You will be able to better recognise the signs of anxiety in others, and how to help assist someone who may be struggling with anxiety.
The workshop consists of a mixture of presentation work, small group exercises and larger group discussion. At the end you will be presented with your workshop certificate of completion. This workshop is certified and counts as CPD, to the value of 7 hours.
About Nathan Shearman
Nathan is a BACP qualified psychotherapist, with an established practice in Derby and Nottingham. He is an accredited training provider under the CPD Accreditation Group and holds a diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. His passion for mental health, combined with his fun and interactive training methods create a unique workshop experience. Nathan has been facilitating workshops for the last two years. He brings the latest in neuroscience research and combines that with practical, real world experience to talk about mental health in a way that is easy to engage with.
When he’s not working in mental health he can be found walking his dogs. Or talking about his dogs. In fact the chances of his dogs not coming up during a workshop are very unlikely…