Taming Amy(gdala), Neuroplasticity and more! A Two Day Workshop for Long Term Anxiety Relief
Tuesday, March 01, 2022, 10:00 AM EST
Monday, February 28, 2022, 10:00 AM EST
Presenter: Presenter: Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan
These webinars offer 12 Live Interactive Continuing Education Credits
Taming Amy(gdala), Neuroplasticity and More!
A Two Day Workshop for Long Term Anxiety Relief
February28-March 1, 2022
Trainer: Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan
Does your therapeutic tools box need new and creative instruments? How often do you encounter a client suffering from anxiety who does not respond to the usually therapy approaches? Do you desire a comprehensive formula that provides guidance rather than abstract theoretical paradigms? Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan’s seminar offers a clinical blueprint that is concise and practical; highlighting a cutting-edge treatment plan for clinicians to treat various types of anxiety disorders. This unique 6-step approach describes a distinctive arrangement of evidence-based therapeutic interventions that reduce symptomology common to the experience of chronic anxiety, panic and worry.
Each step highlights core skills necessary for symptom relief and consequent long-term resiliency. Lastly, this model provides an outline for a comprehensive maintenance plan to assure lasting positive change.
You will leave the seminar with competence in using this 6-step treatment plan and the skill to add innovative tools from neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, mindfulness, CBT, ACT, and logotherapy.
(Trainer Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan is the Clinical Director of the Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative and the author of Taming the Anxious Mind: A Guidebook to Relieve Stress and Anxiety. Dr. Schreiber-Pan is also a successful psychotherapist, and sought-after nationwide speaker on topics of resilience, anxiety, neuroscience, and occupational burnout. As an affiliate and former faculty member of Loyola University, Maryland, her past research has focused on resiliency and psychological well-being, including nature-based mental health.)