AboutLuca Pozzi is a CBT Therapist at Barnet IAPT, North London, where he treated successfully more than 200 patients with depression and anxiety in the last year only. He has been previously part of NHFT IAPT service. Graduated in Psychology at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, where he later obtained a degree in Clinical Psychology. He has been trained in the "Mentalization based treatment" at the Anna Freud Centre and has worked within the Day Care Eating Disorder Unit of the Maudsley Hospital and as assistant research at the Cassel Hospital specialist service for Personality disorder the only Clinical Community founded directly by Central NHS to support people with suicidal ideation and Personality Disorders. Areas of expertise: Eating Disorders / Depression and Anxiety/ Developmental Psychology / Personality Disorders/ Panic Attack/ Low self esteem / Relational Difficulties/ Personal Empowerment / Sexual difficulties.
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- Anxiety, phobias and panic attacks
- Depression, grief
- Obsessions OCD
- Sexual problems, sexual identity and LGBT
- Sleep problems
- Food problems, anorexia, bulimia
- Addictions (alcohol, substances, gambling etc.)
- Problems of personality and self-esteem
- Problems of anger and impulsiveness
Luca Pozzi, MBPsS, MSc in Clinical Psychology, MBT practitioner.Years of experience with Personality Disorders and Eating Disorders. Low intensity CBT therapist. Long and short therapy for Anxiety, Depression, sexual difficulties and Eating Disorders. Based in Stockwell, Bond Street.
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Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. It's most commonly used to treat anxiety and depression, but can be useful for other mental and physical health problems*.
This course has been developed by the CBT.courses.uk group and it aims to help you manage your stress, anxiety and to be able to change your self-damaging behaviours. It is a program ideal for anyone who wants to improve his/her coping skills, learning a research-based practical approach to mental health and self-development.
Join us on this 2 hours introductory course. It will be an opportunity to grasp the basic concepts of CBT and gain specific tools to manage stress, low mood and anxiety. It will be followed by an in-depth course later this year (September).
On this occasion we will talk about:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy introduction
- Understanding your stress and anxiety triggers using the five areas of the CBT model
- Psycho-education on stress, depression and anxiety
- Mindfulness exercises
We would like to invite you to this event on
Saturday 13th July 2019 at 11:30
23 Austin Friars, London EC2N 2QP
About CBT.courses.uk and the trainers:
CBT.courses.uk is a new organisation that aims to spread knowledge and awareness about Mental Health and research-based therapy as CBT.
Our mission is to empower with knowledge, freedom from stress and real tools to tackle everyday mental health difficulties.
The speakers Luca Pozzi and Nishita Saha are CBT High-Intensity Therapists working privately and in the NHS. They share 30 years of combined experience working with mental health.
Group size is small with limited places available. Book your free ticket on Eventbrite
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