At times, everyone feels anxious, worried, down or stressed. Yet often people do not know what they can do to stay well, or improve how they feel. Also, if these mood states stay, negative consequences can follow - time and energy get wasted, relationships become impaired, and many ailments or problems can occur. Taking a user or client perspective, this workshop gives an overview of the vital role that Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) can play in helping people manage anxiety, stress, worry and/or low mood. All of us need these techniques so that we manage how we feel, rather than have our moods manage us.
When & Where
PIPS Newry and Mourne
30 Kilmorey Street
BT34 2DE Newry
Dr Ann O'Hanlon, PhD
Dr Ann O’Hanlon is a psychologist, CBT Therapist and author. As an academic, she has written several books on topics linked to health and well-being, and presented her ideas at conferences around the world. As a clinician, Ann has almost 20 years’ experience helping people understand and manage stress, anxiety and low mood or depression [more author bio here].
Ann has drawn upon the best available evidence from psychology and CBT to set up “The I Can Centre” where people with health, educational or OCD-type thoughts around “I cant..” can be empowered and supported towards change.