TOOLS FOR YOUR ANXIETY TOOLKIT

Rewiring the Anxious Brain

A NEW one-day workshop for counsellors and coaches

Palmerston North – September 2018

This highly practical workshop has been developed for counsellors, life coaches, business / success coaches, health-care and social service professionals who work with, or treat, people who may be suffering with anxiety.

The workshop focuses on techniques and strategies, drawn from a number of brain-based therapies and backed by neuro-science that you can use to help your clients to regain control over their anxiety and stress levels.  During the workshop you will have opportunities to practise the new skills and techniques yourself. The day offers the chance to gain life skills that can benefit anyone who experiences anxiety or stress, including us, as professionals!

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Discuss anxiety and stress in ways that are easy for your clients to understand
  • Support your client in taking agency for change and seeing a range of possible avenues for change
  • Empower your clients and equip them with a range of effective, easy to use tools and techniques to rewire their anxious brains
The Workshop Facilitators

Angela Baker is a counselling psychologist and well-being coach.  Tony Yuile is a performance and well-being coach and clinical hypnotherapist.  Angela and Tony’s particular area of expertise is in helping people to perform under pressure, overcome anxiety and manage stress. Both Angela and Tony are trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and have experience in applying other brain-based therapies.


Price: $200 per person (inc. GST, lunch, refreshments and course notes) .

Venue:  TBC

To reserve your place on this Workshop email Tony - tony@tycoaching.nz with your name and contact details.

Testimonials

"The whole day was excellent and useful. Clear and informative. Pitched at just the right level - both academic and practical. Delivered in a relaxed atmosphere. Thank you for a 'money well spent' workshop." ~ Margaret Speirs