About the Course
Over the last couple of years, anxiety has become far more than a word we hear or something that happens to someone else. The majority of us have experienced its overwhelm and emotional upheaval as we try to cope with circumstances beyond our control or the precariousness of continual change. For many of us, anxiety has become a more frequent or regular companion in some way, shape or form.
What exactly is happening in our brains and bodies when we experience anxiety and how can we learn to counter these conditions or dampen their intensity?
In this workshop, we will gain a deeper understanding of anxiety and learn some practical tools that can help us cope with and manage some of the symptoms.
About your presenter
Yvonne is experienced in individual and family therapy, domestic abuse recovery and psychoeducation, and couples therapy where she incorporates Gottman Couples Therapy and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy.
Yvonne studied and trained in the USA and worked several years in organisations, gaining specialised training in treating complex trauma, childhood and sexual abuse, domestic abuse, and human trafficking.
Yvonne draws on psychodynamic & integrative therapies, providing a holistic & flexible approach. She also provides clinical and pastoral supervision.