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Turn Negative Thinking Upside Down
Sat, 29 April 2017, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Do you get stuck in patterns of thinking negatively?
Wish you could break the cycle of feeling badly about yourself?
Would you like to stop those worry-cycles that keep you up at night?
Negative self-talk, people do it all the time. We constantly judge ourselves, wonder if others are criticizing us, and as a consequence we limit ourselves to a life full of worry and painful thoughts. In Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, this negative self-talk is also referred to as unhelpful and unwanted negative thinking patterns. Thoughts like these can make people feel depressed, anxious, stressed out and overwhelmed. These thoughts can be so pervasive that they have a negative impact on a person’s personal life, relationship with friends and family, and work-related activities.
Does this sound like you?
Then this workshop is a must!
In this 2-hour workshop, Registered Psychotherapists Deanna and Erika will guide you through a process to start recognizing patterns of thinking, help you understand why people tend to revert back to thinking negatively about themselves, and give you coping tools you can start using immediately to start feeling better about yourself.
Using the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), you will learn how to recognize and respond to negative self talk, how to interrupt negative thinking patterns, and use effective strategies to help you create a more positive and motivating life for yourself.
Who are the facilitators?
Erika Haber, Registered Psychotherapist
I help women navigate the unique challenges they face in balancing all their roles and times of change.
I specialize in helping adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and perinatale/post partum depression
Deanna Bervoets, Mental Health Counselor
I specialize in working with children, youth and families to cope with ADD/ADHD, OCD, impulse control issues, and self-harming.
I help people to manage their distressing and painful emotions, feelings, and behaviours, in addition to teaching strategies to help promote a healthy quality of life.
What is Private Matters Psychotherapy
Private Matters Psychotherapy is a group practice located in the heart of Burlington, ON. All of our therapists are registered mental health professionals with ample experience in helping people uncover what they are dealing with, develop effective coping skills, and work towards personalized client-oriented goals. At the heart of the therapy offered at PMPTherapy lies a non-judgemental attitude, a caring environment, and professionalism. For more information, please visit our website at http://pmptherapy.com
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The workshop will continue with a minimum of 6 participants.
Refunds will only be paid out with at least a 72hr notice of cancelation.
We hope to see you on the 29th!
Erika & Deanna