Learning from Anxiety: Managing Anxiety from a Bowen Family Systems Perspective

While many do their best to avoid feeling anxious, anxiety is not all bad, in fact it can be good for you. It functions as a cue for examining how stress is managed and what contributes to an anxious mind. Through the lens of Bowen Family Systems Theory, participants will (1) increase their awareness as to how anxiety impacts them, their family and workplace (2) understand what triggers their anxiety and (3) learn how they can strategically work to ease their anxious mind. This workshop is intended for clinicians interested in increasing their ability to better manage their own anxiety as well as strengthening their therapeutic skills for counseling anxious clients. This workshop was formerly called "How is Anxiety Good for You?"

This workshop does not have any offerings for this semester.