Chester Wirral & North East Wales Branch
21 & 22 October 2016
Intolerance of Uncertainty:
A transdiagnostic concept and its clinical implications
Presented by Professor Mark Freeston
The National Waterways Museum
Day 1 will cover the fundamentals:
What makes a construct transdiagnostic? Does IU make the grade? Understanding IU and implications for the treatment of anxiety disorders.
Day 2 will concentrate more on the skills base and be more interactive:
Beyond anxiety: Where does IU come from? IU and the therapeutic relationship. Potential importance as a broadly transdiagnostic construct across axis I and axis II problems, physical health settings and developmental disorders. Initial ideas of how to work with IU across diverse problems, populations and settings.
Day 2 workshop is now fully booked.
Start 9.30am. Finish 5.00pm on Day 1 and 4.00pm on Day 2
(Registration from 9.00am)
Further Information and registration form - for Day 1 only [Word]