San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
A warning sign concerning your health can trigger a chain of vulnerable thoughts, negative effects, and overwhelming preventing habits. At times, the psychological symptoms may create much more pressure on our mind than the biological factors do on our body. Would you like to find out which is the path to implicit suffering and whether you are prawn to move in the wrong direction? I will give you the chance to understand the cognitive mechanisms but also the wright prevention strategies that are needed for staying in the safe zone whenever you might feel uncertain about your health.
• To understand the impact of mental cues.
• To be aware of the way in which the cognitive processes can trigger somatic anxiety.
• To improve your health expectancies.
• To promote the positive factors involved in health and wellbeing.
Clinical relevance: hypochondria, anxiety, personality
Self-development factors: self-awareness, resilience
Organizational benefits: health management
This workshop involves a group coaching approach grounded on the ownership framework, an innovative intervention for self-development, recovery and self-fulfillment in all life areas. Each session includes evidence-based procedures, originating from positive psychology and applied cognitive-behavioral therapy. For more details please visit www.gainownership.com.
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Trainer: Cristian Nica
Cristian is a passionate psychologist, author and researcher. He has more than six years experience in delivering a large range of evidence-based interventions, for both children and adults, from depression and anxiety, to sexual therapy and schizophrenia. He has been working in a number of charities (for vulnerable adolescents, children with learning difficulties, ethnic minorities, disabled persons or people that have a higher chance of being excluded from the job market), currently providing evidence-based services for individual development, group performance, organizational health and social change.