(In-Depth) 7-Week MindBody Breakthrough Recovery Programme for Treating Trauma-Related Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder in a Structured Step-By-Step Guide that You Can Follow from Start to Finish for Transformation.

This recovery manual fully introduces you to therapeutic techniques that work with the subconscious mind and the inner child to transform trauma-related GAD and panic attacks. Combining the MindBody Breakthrough psychotherapeutic modality with the best of the adaptation from the famous internal family system approach (IFS), this course presents a cutting-edge recovery programme that guarantees recovery and progress in your wellbeing and happiness.

Generalised anxiety and panic disorder are often two of the easily noticeable signs of deep-seated issues. And if not treated properly, more complicated anxiety disorder outlets are inevitable.

Studies have shown that nearly a quarter of the adult population will suffer from an anxiety disorder at some point in their life. Yet only a small percentage of these people actually receive effective treatments that deal with the root causes of anxiety and panic disorders.

In an era where too much attention has been given to antidepressants prescriptions and coping mechanisms that temporarily numb the symptoms as opposed to eliminating them, there is a vital need for a recovery programme that promises transformation, which every anxiety patient in our societies deserves.

In this recovery programme, you will:

  1. Learn how to apply the seven weekly steps for the recovery of trauma-related GAD and panic attacks.
  2. Understand the three main psychic elements responsible for the cause and cure of GAD and panic attacks.
  3. Master key emotional interactions within the psyche that perpetuate anxiety disorders.
  4. Learn how to break the underlying compulsive habits that threaten full recovery.
  5. Learn how to effectively manage any counterproductive response of the emotional brain as it tries to regain control during the recovery process.   
  6. Understand the 6 ‘Mind-powers’ necessary to protect clients from relapses and ensure long-lasting recovery.
  7. Learn effective coping strategies for managing GAD and panic attacks.
  8. Learn the technique of ‘Guided Imagery’ peculiar to trauma-related GAD and panic attacks.

What Previous Attendees Are Saying

“I found the course very informative. Excellent!  — S. White, Integrative Counsellor

“Very well delivered and easy to understand.” — Anonymous, Counsellor

“Very informative, very interesting and well presented.” — Anonymous, Psychotherapist

“Inspired.” “Thought-provoking.” — F. Astbury, Counsellor

“Very good, informative, eye and mind opening. I wish I had known all that 20 years ago. It would have made my life much easier and successful.” — Anonymous, Sufferer

“Excellent course, delivered interestingly. Covered the facts and very informative. Would highly recommend. D. Bedford, Trainee Counsellor

“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

Course Accreditation:

This course is quality-checked by the National Counselling Society.

The National Counselling Society’s register has been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority under its Accredited Registers programme.

Accreditation offers practitioners working in counselling a means of demonstrating their personal commitment to meeting high standards by joining The National Counselling Society or another accredited register.

Accreditation means that The National Counselling Society has met the Authority’s demanding standards in the following areas: training, setting standards, governance, quality of information provided, professionalism in handling complaints and education.


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