The San Francisco Psychological Association is sponsoring this live webinar. Nonmembers are welcome to register. Attendees will learn the 5 most common triggers for panic attacks and ways to reduce those triggers, along with 4 evidence-based interventions to help clients manage panic sensations. Common fears about panic will be presented with specific facts to relieve and refute those fears. Interoceptive exposure, a proven technique to help clients lose their fear of panic sensations, will be explained and demonstrated. In vivo exposure will also be described, including 2 ways of creating an exposure hierarchy. Empirically-validated CBT for panic disorder is presented in the context of an integrative model of anxiety.
Attendees will be offered a FREE review copy of the client workbook, "Overcoming Anxiety and Panic interactive guide".
If you cannot attend on October 24, this webinar will also be given on Saturday October 3 from 10am-12pm sponsored by the Marin County Psychological Association.