FREE ONLINE EVENT

Anxiety: It’s Not What You Think It Is AND It Is What You Think It Is

Join expert change worker Jørgen Rasmussen and find out some truths about anxiety and how to work with anxious clients . 

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With Jørgen Rasmussen
Tuesday 9th April 2024 6:30PM -7:30PM (UK Time)

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Do You Want To Discover The Truth About Anxiety?

In this FREE online event experienced change worker Jørgen Rasmussen will cover some hard-earned insights about the nature of anxiety and discuss some of the many common misunderstandings in the field.

Jørgen says:

“The most common issue clients seek out therapists and coaches for help with is anxiety in some form or another. Not only that, but most issues clients seek help for have anxiety as at least a contributing factor. At the end of the day clients are clients due to being afraid of their own inner experience. In other words, if you want to do great work with clients you have to know how to help a wide variety of folks deal with anxiety in all its various flavours.”

Jørgen has worked professionally as an agent of change for over twenty years and has worked with hundreds of clients presenting with anxiety.

In this free session Jørgen will cover:

•    Common myths and misconceptions about anxiety
•    The illusory nature of anxiety
•    Some interesting case examples of working with clients with anxiety


Watch Jørgen discussing the event in the video below

 

About Jørgen Rasmussen

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Jørgen Rasmussen

Agent of Change & Author of Provocative Hypnosis and Creator of the Psychological Illusion Model

Jørgen has worked professionally as an agent of change for over twenty years.

He is the author of the books “Provocative Hypnosis” and “Provocative Suggestions” which have been widely acclaimed. 

John Grinder (co-creator of NLP) says of his work… “This is the stuff of genius”. 

For eight years, Jørgen ran what he describes as an ‘impossibles practice’. Working with those whom all other therapists said, "couldn't be helped".

Jørgen’s work draws on a number of influences including: hypnosis, NLP, meditation and eastern and western approaches to psychology. He is also an experienced self defence instructor.