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APT prides itself on the feedback we receive about our courses. Below is just some of the great written feedback the CBT for Panic course has received.
"An extremely enjoyable and well presented course. This module will be extremely useful in both my work as a nurse as well as a counselor. Thank you."
Joanna Dadge, Practice Nurse/Counsellor
"Amazing... loved it! Very well put together. Excellently delivered. Soooo informative."
Bernadette Keogh, Head of Mental Health
"What an excellent course. Most informative and a joy as usual. I look forward to the next course."
Ann Milne, Consultant Psychologist
"Another excellent, informative course from APT. Very useful and applicable learning, well presented. The two days flew by - thank you."
Judith Sullivan, Psychotherapist
"A very well presented course, I feel I have had many gaps in my knowledge filled. Also I feel my clinical skills have been validated."
Tracey Spooner, Psychotherapist
A 3-day course (2-day version also available).
Panic is devastating for those who suffer from it, and the techniques for dealing with it are specific to it and very effective.
Panic is underrated by those who have never experienced it. Typically, it virtually disables the person during the attack; they feel as though they are seriously ill, cannot see properly, and may not be able to control themselves. It is usually associated with agoraphobia as the sufferer does not wish to venture far from 'safety'. This course aims to cover the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy strategies both for panic and related agoraphobia.
We continuously monitor the quality of our training by obtaining feedback on the two key scales of relevance and presentation from every course delegate. Below are the average ratings for the last three runnings of this course.
Average Presentation rating: 97%
Average Relevance rating: 97%
*These statistics were last updated in November 2019.