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The Traumatised Inner Child (and Other Anxiety Causing Nasties!) – Working with Anxiety Course Part 2 with Jenny Hartill

This module explores the main causes of anxiety disorders, beginning with how childhood trauma contributes...

Last updated 3 May 2024

This module explores the main causes of anxiety disorders, beginning with how childhood trauma contributes to our clients’ suffering.

Workshop Details

We will use transactional analysis to teach our clients how to parent themselves and begin to heal their inner child. We will also examine how negative thinking affects a client and contributes towards anxiety disorders. Here you will learn a number of exercises to help your clients challenge such negative thinking as what-iffing, catastrophising and scenario-building. Finally, we will examine how the client “trusting the evidence” contributes to their anxiety and explore exercises to help clients challenge this way of thinking. Further coping techniques are also provided in this module.

Learning Objective Participants Can Expect From This Event:

  • Understand how childhood trauma contributes to anxiety disorders
  • Understand how negative thinking contributes to anxiety disorders
  • Understand and learn how to apply a number of exercises to help clients address the causes of their anxiety disorder

Who is This Workshop Appropriate For?

  • Qualified Counsellors, Training Counsellors and Anyone who wants to expand their knowledge on anxiety

How May This Workshop Impact Your Practice?

  • Better understanding of anxiety leads to feeling much more confident when helping people suffering with it. With this new found confidence you will find that your clients improve faster with longer term results.

Course Content

The Traumatised Inner Child (and Other Anxiety Causing Nasties!) - Working with Anxiety Course Part 2 with Jenny Hartill

Presenter

Jenny Hartill

Jenny is an experienced therapist and therapy business owner who has worked in the private practice industry for over ten years. Jenny suffered with anxiety disorders herself and, after having a lot of therapy and doing loads of research, personal development and specialising in treating clients with anxiety disorders, she has a plethora of knowledge and experience that she now passes on to fellow therapists.

Her experiences of anxiety, both from a personal and professional angle, have led to her having a unique perspective on how anxiety disorders should be approached and how we, as therapists, can help clients. Over the past few years, Jenny has produced many courses, all of which have one thing in common: they all link to anxiety in some way. She believes that the key to helping people overcome anxiety disorders lies within the client, and our job as therapists is to help the client to unlock their own answers to overcoming anxiety and unleashing their potential.

Jenny owns her own busy award-winning private practice, seeing 10-15 clients typically per week. All of her clients suffer with some form of anxiety, whether that be typical anxiety disorders (health anxiety, generalised anxiety, panic disorder, etc), or they suffer from another disorder that involves a high level of anxiety (OCD, BPD, eating disorders, etc).

Jenny also owns the multiple award-winning room rental and referral service Chelmsford Therapy Rooms. The business offers room rental services on an ad hoc basis to talking therapists with the added option of coaching. They also offer a referral service to clients seeking private therapy for mental health issues, matching the client with the right therapist who can help them. All therapists are fully vetted before joining Chelmsford Therapy Rooms as a member.

Finally, Jenny owns CTRN Training, a company specialising in producing and delivering CPD courses for fellow therapists. She produces and delivers bespoke courses for organisations, as well as delivering courses generally throughout the year via Zoom to any therapists who wish to attend. Her courses include: Anxiety, OCD, Narcissism, Imposter Syndrome and Cyberbullying.