Presenter: Margaret Wehrenberg, PsyD
Overactive brain circuitry can trap people in cycles of rumination that keep them anxious and depressed. Letting go of ruminating worries, or banishing persistent negative thoughts like I’m not good enough or I’m worthless isn’t easy for our clients. And when those repetitive thoughts won’t shift, therapists themselves can begin to feel stuck. In this workshop, we’ll examine why clients lock in to depressive thought patterns and explore the four subtle reasons they hold on to worry. And we’ll explore pragmatic, achievable solutions for eliminating these patterns and replacing them with attitudes of calmness and competency.
About the Presenter:
Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D., is a practicing clinical psychologist. She coaches professionals for anxiety management, and has been training mental health professionals for 25 years. She is a sought-after speaker for conferences and trainings, consistently getting the highest ratings for her dynamic style and high quality content. Margaret has contributed articles to the award-winning Psychotherapy Networker Magazine and blogs on depression for Psychology Today. Her 7 books on topics of anxiety and depression are published by W.W. Norton, and The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques and its workbook were released in 2018 in revised editions. Her new ebook, Pandemic Anxiety: Fear, Stress and Loss in Traumatic Times is being released in January 2021.
Continuing Education Units: 4 CEUs
This training is approved for CEUs by the following professional organizations:
The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this learning series are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of CASAT. Presentation materials are not for reproduction or distribution without specific written authorization.
|End Date||12-31-2021 PDT|
|Registration Start Date||07-29-2021|
|Event Time Zone||PDT|
|Cut off date||12-31-2021|