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Why are some of us so effective at creating anxiety and stress?

10th January 2017 · 7:30pm - 9:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Why are some of us so effective at creating anxiety and stress?

Camilla explores in two sessions how Individual Psychology offers a practical prevention and treatment model for anxiety disorders.

Mental Health currently costs our nation c. £100bn per annum. Current research shows 75% of common mental health issues are preventable, the most prevalent being anxiety/stress. Individual Psychology believes it is imperative to understand an individual as a whole, enabling logical sense to be made of internal thinking styles and consequential symptoms.

Session 1: How to treat anxiety disorders: January 10 2017

Whether the presentation is Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety, Phobias, Panic, Hypochondriasis, or Low Self Esteem, the underlying issue is excessive anxiety and the natural physical consequences that follow.

In this session Camilla will present a case study and explore:

ʘ The anxiety spectrum

ʘ How we create excessive anxiety

ʘ Why we do this: the purpose/what Crucial need is being met and

ʘ What we do with this knowledge.

ʘ Underlying all of this exploration and reorientation is the crucial requirement of Collaboration.

There are no magic wands or quick fixes for habitual strategies. Through collaborative, empowering education and personal development our unique creative strategy is understood and respected, leading to stable, maintainable self-development which will improve all round wellbeing.

Camilla Ghazala works in the field of Psychological/Emotional Intelligence and Health and has recently completed a 3 year research project in Individual Psychology and Mental Health. She is an enthusiastic, encouraging educator, therapist, coach and supervisor whose passion is developing awareness, self-management, resilience and the skills and ability to manage the ups and downs of life proactively.  She offers an integrative approach with a core philosophy of Adlerian Psychology and Energy Management which Camilla has been developing since 1981.  Camilla works along the wellbeing spectrum providing preventative education and treatment of a range of psychological, emotional and behavioural issues ensuring wellbeing is developed in a grounded, sustainable style.

Camilla is trained and experienced in a range of therapies and coaching including: Adlerian Psychology, Adlerian Coaching, Buddhist Philosophy, Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy, CBT, Gestalt Psychology, TA, Energy Psychology, Clinical Supervision, Integrative Therapy & Coaching, HeartMind Intelligence and works as a senior coach, therapist, tutor, lecturer and supervisor within the NHS and private practice.

In session 2, February 14 2017, Camilla will explore how we can prevent the development of excessive anxiety and stress.

Admission £7 (concessions £4) All welcome. No need to book. CPD certificates are available. Lecture enquiries:    

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