Your learning outcomes for this training are:

  • Understand the Amygdala paradox and the bio-chemistry of recovery.
  • Lean about the region of the brain implicated in GAD and Panic and how to calm it down.
  • Using brain science, learn the most effective way to rewire the brain for calm and confidence and dislodge the wiring of anxiety in the brain.
  • Learn how to break the underlying compulsive habits that threaten full recovery.
  • Learn how to effectively manage any counterproductive response of the emotional brain as it tries to regain control during the recovery process.
  • Understand the crucial roles of brain science and genetics in the transformation of generalised anxiety disorder and panic.
  • Learn the most effective coping strategies for managing GAD and panic attacks.

“Very interesting – brings together aspects of other intervention for GAD and Panic into an easy to use and understand formula” — M. Parry, Occupational Therapists

“Excellent! I will be able to apply the knowledge gained personally first, and  also to counter guilt, negativity and fears in patients. Very practical and realistic.” Anonymous, Counsellor

“The course was extremely helpful and informative. Interesting, excellent and enjoyable. It will enable me to help so many adults and children within the support groups I run.” — J. Morgan, Parent Rep and Support Group Facilitator

“Very informative and well presented. Consolidated the work I am doing in an interesting new model. Thank you for  giving me the opportunity to attend.” M.  Leyland, Personal Development/Life Coaching

“Glad I went through this course. Informative, friendly, with practical skills I will be able to take away and use myself and offer to others.”  D. Cross, Counselllor

“Easy to digest. Very enjoyable. I thoroughly enjoyed the course. Very well presented by Wale Oladipo. I’m taking away lots of positives. L. Dinn

“I found the course really informative. Its content will be helpful. It is easy to understand even if you are not a professional.”  Anonymous

“Confidence, experience and knowledge very apparent. Credible and trustworthy.” — Anonymous

“It seems to fill in gaps unjustified by CBT therapy both for he perspective of service user and observation.” Anonymous

“I enjoyed the course and found it very informative. I will use the strategies presented.” — E. Hulse, Counsellor