Anxiety 101: Understanding Experiences of Fear and Anxiety

Jun. 15, 2024

Anxiety 101: Understanding Experiences of Fear and Anxiety

Facilitated by: Ms. Evangeline Alianan-Bautista, MA, RPsy

Date: June 15, 2024 (8:00 AM to 12:00 NN) via ZOOM

RGC: 4 CPD Points     RPsy/RPm: 3 CPD Points

 

The interactive workshop aims to explore the intricate and vast workings of anxiety, aiming to deepen mental health professionals’ understanding of how to best navigate and assist clients with anxiety. The workshop aims to discuss the evolutionary function of anxiety and its biological roots to allow for a deeper understanding of how anxiety and fear function in different populations. Moreover, the workshop aims to help professionals understand the different “faces” of anxiety—how adults and children manifest anxiety differently, and how to differentiate anxiety from other difficult experiences.

 

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Anxiety 102: Managing Anxiety through Behavioral and Cognitive Strategies

Jun. 22, 2024

Anxiety 102: Managing Anxiety through Behavioral and Cognitive Strategies

Facilitated by: Arsenio Sze Alianan Jr., PD, RPsy

Date: June 22, 2024 (8:00 AM to 12:00 NN) via ZOOM

RGC: 4 CPD Points     RPsy/RPm: 2.7 CPD Points

 

The interactive workshop focuses on cognitive and behavioral strategies in managing anxiety.  After explaining the rudiments in understanding anxiety and related emotions, participants are engaged in practicing at least 4 behavioral strategies in managing this emotion.  Cognitive strategies and meaning making are likewise elucidated and practiced with participants. 

 

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Anxiety 103 Inviting the Body to Therapy: Managing Anxiety Through Somatic Practices

Jun. 29, 2024

Anxiety 103 Inviting the Body to Therapy: Managing Anxiety Through Somatic Practices

Facilitated by: Maria Andrea S. Tirazona, RPsy

Date: June 29, 2024 (8:00 AM to 12:00 NN) via ZOOM

RGC: 4 CPD Points     RPsy/RPm: 3 CPD Points

 

This interactive workshop aims to provide an experiential view of what it might be like to invite the body to therapy to manage anxiety. An exploration of the nervous system and the stress response will establish a framework of understanding on how physiological symptoms can exacerbate the experience of anxiety and how utilizing somatic interventions and strategies can help alleviate distress. The participants will have the opportunity to explore several somatic practices for regulating the nervous system, responding to bodily sensations, and tapping into the relationship of mind and body. 

 

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Anxiety 104: Managing Anxiety with Expressive Arts

Jul. 06, 2024

Anxiety 104: Managing Anxiety with Expressive Arts

Facilitated by: Bernadette S. Go, RPsy

Date: July 6, 2024 (8:00 AM to 12:00 NN) via ZOOM

RGC: 3.50 CPD Points     RPsy/RPm: 3 CPD Points

 

This interactive workshop aims to explore the creative processes with the arts and how this can impact healing and wellness. A basic introduction to the Expressive Therapies Continuum (ETC) as a framework for creative functioning lays the groundwork for understanding how a person processes information found in images, words, music and movement. Furthermore, participants are invited to engage in experiential, hands-on exercises to explore how they interact with their chosen art media using an intermodal approach to the arts.

 

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Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Basic Training

Jul. 23, 2024 to Aug. 08, 2024

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Basic Training

Facilitated by: Dr. David Hong, PsyD, LP

Date: July 23, 25, 30 ; August 1, 6, 8, 2024 | 8am-10am, MNL Time | via ZOOM

CPD Points for RGC, RPm and RPsy are in PROCESS.

 

Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based treatment model and systematic approach in dealing with children and adolescents' psychological trauma. The 14-hour basic training provides an overview of TF-CBT and its core components and exceeds standards for certification in the United States. It also includes identifying appropriate candidates for TF-CBT and illustrations of its use through a case presentation and technical demonstrations and train attendants in practical TF-CBT interventions. At the end of the basic training, clinicians will be equipped to provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

 

The registration fee includes 12 hours of online consultation with a certified TF-CBT trainer. The online consultation meetings will take place once a month for 12 months.

 

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