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Anxiety and How It Affects Our Behaviours and Mental Health

In this course, behaviour specialist Tanya Curtis describes how to identify when our bodies are becoming anxious in order to eliminate unwanted behaviours and achieve lasting behaviour change.

About this course

In this course, Tanya Curtis, FABIC Director, Assoc Dip Ed. (Child Care), BHlth Sci (BehMgt), MBehMgt, MCoun, gives her unique definition of anxiety and explains how it relates to unwanted behaviours. Curtis outlines how the Body Life Skills Model for achieving lasting behavioural change works to help anxious individuals identify – through behaviours, words, thoughts, and feelings – how they are experiencing life. The too-challenging parts – the aspects of life that they feel ill-equipped to face – are shown by any unwanted behaviours. Once those challenges are identified, individuals can develop the skills to address them, changing non-preferred behaviours permanently. The Fabic Behaviour/Anxiety Scale and the Fabic I Choose Chart help illustrate the notions discussed.
Duration 1 hour
Format video
Type specialised
Price Included with Membership
Writer / Presenter Tanya Curtis

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