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Interrupting the Anxiety Cycle with Danie Beaulieu

Treating Anxiety: The Latest Advances: NP0044 – Session 3

Expand your understanding of the sources for different kinds of anxiety along with your repertoire of interventions. Join Danie Beaulieu as she explores what metaphors, visual images, and multisensory messages you can use to more fully engage clients and achieve greater impact than is possible with purely word-bound communication.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org.

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One Response to Interrupting the Anxiety Cycle with Danie Beaulieu

  1. anniecoffey says:

    Hi! I just listened to Danie Beaulieu’s talk and would love to suggest that she consider contacting the North American Drama Therapy Association (or visiting their site NADTA.org) to see how her work might be useful the Drama Therapists. In addition, she might learn something about the techniques being used in this field that overlap with her own. Just a thought! – Annie Ready Coffey, Psy.D., RDT

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