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Thursday, May 4th 2017

Tough To Treat Anxiety: Effective Solutions For Anxiety With Concurrent Disorders

Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D.
presented by Leading Edge Seminars

Location: YWCA Toronto – Elm St Location (87 Elm Street, Toronto)
Time: 9:00 am to 4:40 pm
Fee: $250 + HST (before April 6, 2016); $265 + HST (after April 6, 2016)

Treating anxiety disorders can be a straightforward proposition — but not when anxiety is complicated by concurrent conditions such as marijuana or alcohol abuse, ADHD, autism, complicated bereavement, OCD, or bipolar II disorder. When your clients seek treatment for anxiety but experience any of these other primary disorders, it is not only the diagnostic picture but also the treatment that becomes complicated.

Anxiety may mask the primary disorder, intensify symptoms, and disrupt treatment, while the primary disorder slows or interferes with anxiety symptom management. In this workshop, you will take a closer look at these common concurrent conditions. You will learn how to differentiate the symptoms of anxiety from the symptoms of other primary disorders. You will also be given practical ideas and methods to identify and treat generalized anxiety, panic, and social anxiety in the context of concurrent conditions.

Details of Topics Covered

1. Generalized anxiety disorder: the standard treatment protocol
2. Autism spectrum and worry: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety when clients are on the spectrum
3. ADHD: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety in this concurrent condition
4. Bipolar II disorder or OCD: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety when clients have these primary disorders
5. Panic: the standard treatment protocol
6. Alcohol and marijuana abuse: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety when clients are abusing alcohol and marijuana
7. Social anxiety: the standard treatment protocol
8. Social anxiety and alcohol/marijuana abuse: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety when clients are abusing alcohol and marijuana
9. ADHD, bipolar II disorder: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety when clients have ADHD or bipolar II disorder
10. Depression, grief, and loss: identification and adjusting the protocol to aid recovery from anxiety when clients experience major life losses

Learning Objectives:

You will learn —

• How to accurately differentiate symptoms of anxiety from the symptoms of common concurrent conditions
• Strategies to successfully treat symptoms of generalized anxiety, panic, or social anxiety when they exacerbate other conditions
• How to appropriately modify anxiety treatment techniques to accommodate the impact of addiction, ADHD, autism, complicated bereavement, OCD, or bipolar II disorder
• How marijuana and alcohol abuse can affect recovery from social anxiety
• To manage the role of sensory sensitivity when it shows up in clients with bipolar II disorder, undiagnosed autism spectrum disorders, and ADHD
• Principles of memory reconsolidation to help resolve triggers for social anxiety and complete effective exposures

About the Presenter:

Margaret Wehrenberg, PsyD, is a psychologist in private practice in Naperville, IL. She is a frequent and popular presenter for Leading Edge Seminars, known for her warm therapeutic presence, sense of humour, and ability to offer practical interventions. She is the author of seven books, including her popular “10 Best-Ever” books and the new Tough to Treat: Hidden Problems, Effective Solutions. She blogs for Psychology Today Online and speaks internationally on topics of clinical psychotherapy. For more information, please visit www.margaretwehrenberg.com


website: http://www.leadingedgeseminars.org/tough-to-treat-anxiety-effective-solutions-for-anxiety-with-concurrent-disorders/

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