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Beyond pills and CBT - an existential approach to managing anxiety in General Practice

Dr Alison Strasser

To be human is to experience anxiety.  As practitioners we encounter anxiety in many forms, including overt panic attacks and phobias as well as less distinct yet still pervasive everyday anxieties. From an existential perspective, anxiety is a universal phenomenon arising from our deep-seated responses to living in an uncertain world.  Hence, anxiety is common to all humans and is something to be embraced rather than avoided.

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This recorded live web-cast has been organised by the Australian College of Psychological Medicine.  The ACPM would like to express appreciation to the Central Sydney General Practice Network for financial support provided to assist in the production of this webcast.
Sydney, Australia; 11 February 2008

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Dr Alison Strasser

Director of the Centre for Existential Practice www.cep.net.au, Alison has been instrumental in creating the existential curriculum for a variety of counselling and psychotherapy trainings in Australia. She is a practising psychotherapist, coach and supervisor and former Director Academic Programs at the Australian College of Applied Psychology.   Her doctorate focussed on unravelling the process of supervision which, in turn, led to the development of a framework for teaching supervisors. Alison is co-author of Time-Limited Existential Therapy and founder of the Australasian Existential Society – www.existential.asn.au

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