We had to reschedule my spring social anxiety workshop
because I had COVID and lost my voice.
We’ve rescheduled it for Friday, July 14th.
You will learn to heal your patients
while you heal yourself
with state of the art TEAM-CBT techniques.
I will do a live demo with a volunteer in the evening!
It will be awesome and inspiring, so I hope you can join us!
Smashing Social Anxiety:
Shame-Attacking and Beyond!
8.5 CE Hours
An Exciting Live Interactive Webinar
Sponsored by J & K Seminars
Featuring David Burns, MD
Friday, July 14, 2023, $255
9 a.m. – 8 p.m. ET with breaks
Click here for registration / more Information
Dear David, I am over all the craziness of the past several years. Boy does it feel good to be free.I dont obsess ort ruminate anymore over it either. I am too busy living in the present moment.
Great Debby! Way to go! Best, david
I dont think I would have found the strength if I didnt talk to you. I wanted to know if obsessing leads to psychosis.My doctor had me so scared by telling me that if I went to work and obsessed and got stressed I could become psychotic. I dont know I obsessed and got stressed after that and never became psychotic
Hi Debby, Thanks for the kind comments. The fear of going crazy is a common symptom of panic attacks as well as OCD / intense anxiety. But this fear is not typically associated with psychosis. This knowledge can be reassuring, but sometimes fairly powerful techniques, like the Experimental Method, can be very helpful so patients can see for themselves with certainty that the fear is not grounded in the truth. Best, david