So many times in my practice I’ve met new clients who’ve seen multiple therapists and have tried an array of medications, only to continue to be plagued with unrelenting anxiety. When they show up at my office they are frustrated and nearly hopeless.
After studying the latest research, working with experts in the field, and almost exclusively treating clients with anxiety disorders for more than 20 years, I can help even the most treatment resistant clients.
Since the early days of my clinical career, I have developed creative, yet simple, methods that have been vital to providing relief for chronic anxiety. These techniques are easy to implement and can help your clients quickly achieve therapeutic results.
Watch this video and develop the skills you need to help your clients overcome worry, panic attacks, phobias, OCD, social anxiety and insomnia.
Effectively Target and Transform Clients with Difficult Problems such as:
Through several demonstrations and hands-on exercises, you will develop the skills to help even the toughest anxious and sleep-deprived clients. We will explore progressive relaxation, observation and acceptance strategies, time management, mindful labeling, postponing worry, interoceptive exposure, stimulus control, sleep-restriction therapy and much more.
If you are dealing with clients who:
Then you will be glad you watched the video!
Jennifer L. Abel, Ph.D.
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Jennifer L. Abel, Ph.D., international speaker, author and clinical psychologist, has specialized in the treatment of anxiety disorders for over 20 years. Before opening a private practice, she served as the associate director of the Stress and Anxiety Disorders Institute at Penn State under the direction of the leading expert in Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), T.D. Borkovec.
Her first book, Active Relaxation (Self-Published, 2010) has received outstanding reviews from mental health care professionals and anxious readers alike. Her second book, Resistant Anxiety, Worry, and Panic: 86 Practical Treatment Strategies for Clinicians (PESI, 2014), has received praise from top experts in anxiety management. Jennifer is also the author of The Anxiety, Worry & Depression Workbook: 65 Exercises, Worksheets & Tips to Improve Mood and Feel Better (PESI, 2018) and the Melt Worry and Relax Card Deck: 56 CBT & Mindfulness Strategies to Release Anxiety (PESI, 2016).
Dr. Abel has published many articles in professional journals and wrote a pamphlet about GAD for ABCT. She has been quoted by several popular magazines (e.g., Health, Prevention, Glamour) for her expertise in Worry. Dr. Abel presents to the public (e.g., Working Women’s Survival Show), as well as professionals (e.g., Australian Psychological Society; Anxiety Disorder Association of America).
Financial: Jennifer Abel is in private practice. She receives compensation as a self-published author. Jennifer Abel receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Jennifer Abel has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR ANXIETY
Trying NOT to Worry Makes it Worse: The White Bear Research
Progressive Relaxation (PR)
Problem Solving Strategies
Make Your Own Recordings:
SPECIFIC PROGRAMS FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS AND INSOMNIA
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Panic Disorder and Panic Attacks
Agoraphobia and Specific Phobia
TREATMENT RESISTANT ANXIETY
When CBT isn’t Effective Enough
Personality Traits Associated with Anxiety and What To Do:
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