Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
1-day workshop presented by Professor David Clark
Social Anxiety Disorder is common and remarkably persistent in the absence of treatment. It typically starts in childhood or adolescence and frequently leads to occupational and education underachievement. Interpersonal relationships are impaired. Dissatisfaction with the way that life is progressing often triggers depressive episodes and there is a heightened risk of alcohol and drug abuse. This workshop provides a comprehensive practical guide to the treatment of both adults and adolescents. It starts with an overview of the cognitive model, focussing on its treatment implications. Each of the steps in treatment is then described and illustrated with case material and videos of treatment sessions.
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By the end of the workshop, participants should be able to: