Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety & Worry

Overcome your anxiety with evidence based CBT plan. Gain control over your thoughts, emotions & wellbeing.

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What you’ll learn

  • 5 CBT Relaxation Techniques.
  • Understanding Automatic Thoughts.
  • Composing Balanced Thoughts.
  • Changing Limited Thinking.
  • Developing Mindfulness Skills.
  • Keeping Thought Journal.
  • Doing Risk Assessment.
  • Learning Muscle Relaxation Exercises.
  • Learning Thought Defusion.
  • Creating worry coping plan.

Course Content

  • Worry Control with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy [CBT] –> 2 lectures • 3min.
  • Uncovering Automatic Thoughts –> 8 lectures • 29min.
  • Changing Patterns of Limited Thinking –> 11 lectures • 24min.
  • Changing Hot Thoughts –> 2 lectures • 9min.
  • CBT Relaxation Exercises –> 6 lectures • 39min.
  • Worry Control –> 7 lectures • 21min.
  • Thought Diffusion Techniques –> 5 lectures • 14min.
  • Mindfulness –> 5 lectures • 23min.
  • Reconnecting to your values –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • Conclusion –> 2 lectures • 1min.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety & Worry


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‘Worry’ is the epitome of non-productive distress, because although it is by definition distressing, it also impairs the person’s ability to resolve any problems that realistically underlie the worry. Equally, some people find that they have simply acquired the ‘habit’ of worrying, and as soon as one problem is resolved will find ‘another peg to hang their worry on’. And finally, there is the concept of ‘stress’. In this course, we define it as the pressure put on the person who may or may not suffer distressing worry as a result: some individuals seem to acquire a much greater ability to cope with ‘stress’ than others do.

Anxiety is one of the most common mental and emotional health issues globally, and one we’ve been trying to alleviate for a long time. Fortunately, we have Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT in short). CBT is the most evidence-based (proven by science) approach to help people deal with their anxiety challenges and allow them to live the life they want.

CBT is one of the most commonly used approaches to tackle anxiety. Psychologists, therapists, and counsellors with appropriate training use it regularly in private practice and the NHS to help people deal with many mental health issues, including anxiety. CBT operates by focusing on how we think and how this, in turn, affects our feelings and behaviours.

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