Join us as we break down the science behind cognitive restructuring, exposure therapy, and other evidence-based approaches. Want to learn more about Anxiety Training? Learn more about our foundation training here.
Video Takeaways & Timestamps
- Cognitive and behavioral approaches for anxiety and OCD. 0:10
- Clinicians should focus on helping clients direct themselves through discomfort rather than spending time on cognitive conversations.
- Anxiety and OCD with therapy strategies. 1:22
- Elizabeth DuPont Spencer and Kimberly Morrow discuss the challenges of addressing anxiety and OCD in clients, particularly when it comes to the likelihood of specific events.
- Morrow suggests using directive statements to help clients move forward rather than getting caught up in anxiety-provoking conversations.
- Using directive statements for self-coaching. 3:40
- Elizabeth DuPont Spencer and Kimberly Morrow discuss the use of directive statements to help clients move through challenges and achieve their goals.
- They emphasize the importance of creating these statements with clients, practicing them together, and using them in various situations to stay connected to what they value.
- Using self-talk to overcome fear and anxiety. 5:26
- Kimberly Morrow and Elizabeth DuPont Spencer discuss the importance of using directives to help individuals overcome anxiety, rather than relying on others to do so.
- The pair provide an example of a child who overcame his fear of dogs by using directives to work towards visiting his grandmother’s house and spending time with his best friend’s dog.