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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Introductory Workshop - Fully Subscribed
Are you interested in how our thoughts influence our emotions and behaviour? Have you been troubled by anxiety or low mood and not sure how to manage it effectively? Join us for an interactive workshop & learn how to apply Cognitive Behavioural Therapy principles into your own life. This will be an introductory course only, aimed at giving participants a general idea of the CBT rationale and techniques. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (commonly known as CBT), is an evidence-based psychological treatment proven to be effective through rigorous scientific research. Being equipped with the skill-sets to recognize, challenge and change the way we habitually react to situations and/or people is an important first step in regaining control of our thoughts and emotions. Numerous research has shown that CBT is an effective treatment for a wide range of mental health challenges, including depression, anxiety, chronic pain, disordered eating, low self-esteem, anger problems & addiction. Research also shows that people experiencing anxiety and depression are less likely to relapse when treated with CBT: in fact, there is a higher chance of recovery and resilience. ********************************** Dates & Outline ********************************** - 16 Nov: Introduction to CBT - 23 Nov: CBT for Anxiety - 7 Dec: CBT for Depression ********************************** - Time: 7.30 to 9.30pm - Venue: St Andrew’s Cathedral (Basement 2) ===== RSVP ===== - closed for registration (fully subscribed)

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St Andrews Cathedral

11 St Andrew's Road · Singapore

What we're about

We are a peer support group for depression and other mental health issues.

We average about 15 people per meeting at our weekly session at our premises in Novena Square 2.

You should join if you are :

1. feeling depressed, down and out and lousy.

2. looking for friends who are suffering or have suffered from depression and can provide you with support and understanding.

3. looking to pick up coping skills and recovery programs.

4. recovered from depression and would like to support peers.

5. a caregiver who wants to understand depression and needs support.

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