Category: Anxiety

The Internet and Me: Self-help and Facilitated Support Online – Denise Meyer

Denise Meyer

Dr Denise Meyer developed the award-winning Students Against Depression website, and has managed its growth as a trusted resource for students and those helping them (as well as many non students) over its 10 year history.

In this interview Denise will talk about how the project has responded to evidence about how to make self-help more helpful, and about recent developments to make it easier for therapists and other support workers to use the site for structured guided self-help.

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Working with Anxiety Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Hilda Smith

Hilda Smith

Hilda was Training Manager in NHS Ayrshire and Arran until Dec 2004 when, having retrained, she decided to expand her work as an independent Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. She consults in Glasgow and Ayrshire. Hilda is BABCP Accredited and UKCP registered and works with people with a number of emotional disorders and unhelpful behaviours.

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Working with Anxiety in Children and Adolescents – Katherine Porter

Katherine Porter

Katherine is an experienced Integrative Psychotherapist, teacher and supervisor with a small private practice. She currently teaches at Simpson House, Edinburgh, on their Diploma in Higher Education:Counselling Children and Young People and has been working with them to produce a Post-Qualifying Certificate course, Counselling Children and Young People, due to start in April 2013. She has specialised in working with children and young people in the educational setting of schools and Pupil Referral Units and has set up a counselling service with a Local Authority as well as working with the charity, Place2Be. She has a particular interest the therapeutic role of the teacher in the lives of their pupils with regard to anxiety

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