Anxiety... Does it Affect Us All?
Is anxiety stopping you from living your life in full?Learn to understand your anxiety and take control back of your life. Many people use behaviours that have a negative impact on themselves and those around them; acting or behaving in a way that they would prefer not to be. It is our experience at Fabic that people frequently use unwanted behaviours in response to situations in life they find challenging; situations they do not feel equipped to respond to by using positive and wanted behaviours. At times people simply do not know what new positive behaviours to use instead.
Using desired behaviours to respond to all parts of life is a skill; a skill that often needs to be taught and not expected that people know how to do automatically … just like learning to read or driving a car; choosing the behaviours we would like to use in response to life’s challenges is a skill that can also be learnt.Whether it be a 3-year-old or an 80-year-old; we all have used unwanted behaviours at some point in our life, and will again in the future unless we are supported and taught to respond differently. This workshop provides participants with a greater understanding of the reasons behind their unwanted behaviours, and the practical tools to choose differently in the future.
There is so much dedicated research – yet incidents of anxiety are getting worse!
This does not make sense!
So where do we start?
At Fabic, Tanya Curtis presents that all unwanted behaviours are preceded by feelings of anxiety. These feelings of anxiety come as a result of being presented with situations in life that for whatever reason we do not feel completely equipped to manage. Therefore, it is essential that we first understand the situations that trigger our anxiety in order to develop the tools to heal our anxiety and live our full potential.
In this workshop, Tanya will present the Fabic 3 Step Process to Behaviour Change – Body Life Skills – which is gaining significant and long-term results with people’s experience of anxiety and unwanted behaviours.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop provides an excellent support for any person looking to better understand and deal with feelings of anxiety, stress and any unwanted behaviour. Whether you are experiencing low-level anxiety through to high-level anxiety, this workshop provides supportive tools and simple practical strategies that can be applied to feelings of anxiety at any level.
This workshop is also aimed at those supporting another person with anxiety including clinicians, professionals and family members wanting to further develop their understanding of anxiety and anxiety related behaviours. strategies that when applied could reverse these alarming statistics!
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