Skyrocketing interest rates... housing and cost of living pressures... climate change and natural disasters, wars, tragedy... and the list goes on!
Living in a world that feels out of control has created unprecedented levels of anxiety across society.
And when clients’ anxiety spirals out of control in your therapy room, it can make therapy difficult, frustrating... And even increase your own anxiety when you think about how to help these highly anxious clients.
That’s why it’s essential you have the skills to ground your clients and yourself as you confidently and calmly apply your professional know-how to relieve their suffering.
Clinical Psychologist Dr Ari Badaines will reveal:
Register today to discover the latest evidence-based interventions and techniques so you can make a real difference with even your most anxious clients.
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Dr. Ari Badaines, trained as a clinical psychologist in the USA and received a postdoctoral National Institute of Mental Health fellowship in Washington, DC where he trained in psychodrama and group therapy. Ari has been a consultant to numerous organisations including Relate in the UK, Richmond Fellowship and Youth-in-Search in Australia. He has taught at various universities in the USA, UK, and Australia including ACU and ACAP in Sydney and has also led workshops in over thirty countries. Ari has been a presenter for the Australian Psychological Society, Psychological Society of Ireland, British Psychological Society, and the British Psychodrama Association as well as Gestalt Australia New Zealand.
Ari has been in private practice for over 45 years. His initial training was psychodynamic psychotherapy, and he has had many years of supervised clinical practice. Ari has over the years completed training in a variety of therapeutic systems including CBT and its latest approaches to anxiety with Dr. S. Edelman and in 2023 with K. Morrow and E. Spenser. He has also trained in Family and Couple Therapy at the Institute of Family Therapy, London; Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy with Sue Johnson; Polyvagal Theory with Deb Dana, and most recently, Sex and Couple Therapy with Tammy Nelson. He currently maintains a private practice in Sydney, consults with a variety of organisations and provides supervision to psychologists and other mental health professionals. He is a popular presenter for PESI Australia and continues to present at mental health conferences both in Australia and abroad. Ari continues to provide training and experiential therapy sessions in the UK and Europe twice a year.
Financial: Dr. Ari Badaines maintains a private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. Ari Badaines is a member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Defining anxiety in its many and varied presentations
Distinguishing ‘Anxiety’ from ‘Fear’
Differential diagnoses / Seeking Medical assistance / Referral
Recognising co-morbid psychological disorders
Living with anxiety
Aspects of anxiety treatments
Cognitive model of anxiety
Worry in anxiety
Steps in treatment
Developing client awareness, teaching cognitive skills, and treating behaviours
Challenging Metacognitive Beliefs
Exploring the Self as worry-free
Medications for Anxiety
Online resources and books
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