Wed, 23 Aug|
Hopelessness is a common symptom of anxiety and depression. This free session is designed to help you understand how hopelessness fuels negative maintenance cycles and how to break the cycle! You will also be able to attend a free session with the Facilitator, Maria Agnes.
Time & Location
23 Aug 2023, 19:00 BST
About the event
This webinar explores why we feel hopeless and how hopeless is maintained in everyday life, from a cognitive behavioural perspective.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
✓ An understanding of what hopelessness is.
✓ A brief overview of how we can use cognitive behavioral theory to understand why we feel hopeless.
✓ Some tips on how you can manage and improve hopelessness using evidence-based techniques.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:
Maria is a Psychological Therapist with a postgraduate certificate in Advanced Psychological Practice, that permits her to work therapeutically with adults who experience common mental health problems. She has over 7 years’ mental health experience working in settings including primary care, forensic psychiatry, and special education needs.
Maria has experience working one to one with people who present with:
- Overthinking, worry and rumination
- Generalised Anxiety and Panic
- Low mood and Depression
- Lack of motivation and fatigue
Her primary research interests lie in the field of Applied Psychology, where she currently holds a master’s degree in Applied Psychology and a bachelor’s degree in Counselling Psychology. Maria is passionate about Psychology and uses psychological theory to inform her practice where appropriate.
Free admission to the workshop and a 1:1 session with Maria.£0.00Sale ended