Anxiety conditions are among the most common and treatable psychological concerns presented in therapy. Research indicates cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a cost-effective and highly successful approach for the treatment of intermittent and chronic anxiety conditions. During this continuing education web conference, Dr. Barmann will discuss how he uses CBT to create a “strategic philosophy” for working with anxiety and obsessive compulsive behaviors informed by the latest research.
During this two-hour continuing education web conference, Dr. Barmann will explain the factor most responsible for triggering the worry cycle as well as outline strategies for helping individuals reframe distorted thoughts and overcome self-defeating behaviors to more easily manage their anxiety. In addition, he will share clinical examples of facilitating individuals in therapy to identify personal beliefs that trigger worry and anxiety rather than teaching avoidance techniques.
In an effort to help, clinicians may feel compelled to repeatedly offer reassurance to clients whose anxiety triggers uncertainty. Dr. Barmann will share his techniques for teaching those with anxiety to “think about how they think” and use this meta-cognitive approach to avoid the reassurance trap.
This intermediate instructional level web conference is designed to help clinicians:
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Excellent and very thorough explanation of the worry cycle!! - Cristina Fandino, EdD, MEd, RP
Two CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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Dr. Barmann is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been treating individuals with anxiety for over 30 years. He is a Professional Member and Clinical Fellow of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, as well as the International Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation. For more than 25 years, Dr. Barmann served as a Professor of Psychology for California Lutheran University, where he taught courses in the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders. He currently teaches continuing education classes about the relationship between anxiety and illness for the Nevada Board of Nursing.
Dr. Barmann and his wife, Mary B. Barmann, MFT, are Co-Executive Directors of the Center for Anxiety & Chronic Worry, located in Incline Village, Nevada. Together they write a weekly column entitled “Got Anxiety?” for the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, Sierra Sun, Lake Tahoe Daily Tribune, and the Nevada Appeal. They are currently in the process of launching a new Podcast series and YouTube channel (“Got Anxiety?”) this summer. For more information about Dr. Barmann, please visit his website at www.anxietytreatmentinclinevillage.com.