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Free stress management workshop

The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy will be running a free stress management workshop on Thursday 23 February (7 - 8:30pm). The workshop will be led by clinical hypnotherapist and cognitive behavioural coach Fiona Worthington. For full details about the workshop, please see below.

 

What if you could sort your stress out?

Free stress management workshop with Fiona Worthington

Thursday 23 February, 7 - 8:30pm
  • Procrastination setting in?
  • Trouble focusing on tasks?
  • Easily angered or irritable?
  • Blame others when things go wrong?
  • Constantly feel overwhelmed?
  • Self-doubting?
  • Eating the wrong foods?
  • Drinking and/or smoking more?



If any of the above apply to you, changes are you are stressed! We all get like this. Challenging things happen to us all the time. That is life. That is being human. Wouldn't it be good to have some tools and tricks to help manage stress?

About the talk

The talk will cover the following:
  • What is stress?
  • When is stress good and when is it bad?
  • Top 10 life events that cause us stress
  • Take a free stress test
  • Find out what your stress triggers are
  • Options to handle stress
  • Enjoy a relaxing group hypnosis session

Booking

This talk is open to the general public and is free. However, due to limited space booking is essential. To book your place, call us on 020 8789 3881. Alternatively, you can reserve you place online here.

About Fiona Worthington

Fiona Worthington practices Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnosis at The Putney Clinic. After having worked for nearly 20 years in the City, she can relate to the everyday stresses and strains facing people working for massive corporate cultures. She is really keen on working through anxiety, stress and self-esteem problems.

Fiona uses CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and Hypnotherapy. CBT helps people to manage their emotional problems. This is done by understanding and changing the way we think about stuff and so we can change how we feel. It is not positive thinking. Hypnosis is similar to daydreaming. However, when you are in ‘hypnosis’, you are highly suggestible, so change can take place. It’s great for relaxation and confidence building. Both techniques are about training the mind, and clients can go away and use them for themselves.

Fiona has an Advanced Diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy, a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy, a Diploma in CBT coaching and she is also a Certified Practitioner in Neuro-linguistic Programming. Fiona is fully registered and credited with the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR) and registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).

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