April 25, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Europe/London Timezone
Anna Kennedy Online
54a Cowley Mill Rd
Uxbridge UB8 2QE
Lisa Robins

Exposure and Anxiety Workshop

We have an amazing Exposure and Anxiety workshop is coming up on Thursday April 25, 2019 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm, which will be presented by Paul Isaacs. Paul is an outstanding training Consultant, Speaker, Trainer, Author – click here for more details about Paul.

This will be taking place at our offices: Anna Kennedy Online, Brook House, 54a Cowley Mill Road, Uxbridge UB8 2FX.
To book or for any questions, please click here to email or telephone us on 01895 540187.
The workshop is £15 and includes lunch and will empower you.
Limited places are available

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Exposure and Anxiety Workshop

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Paul’s Training Synopsis – Exposure Anxiety

Exposure Anxiety was first written about in Nobody Nowhere in 1991 as a syndrome of involuntary and compulsive avoidance, diversion and retaliation responses.  A large section of my first text book, Autism; An Inside Out Approach in 1996, was dedicated to setting out strategies for managing, even reversing Exposure Anxiety.  In 2003 I wrote the first full book on Exposure Anxiety.

Published in 2003, Exposure Anxiety; The Invisible Cage of Involuntary Self Protection Responses, is the first ever text book by a person diagnosed with autism specifically focusing on co-morbid anxiety and impulse control disorders effecting those on the autistic spectrum.  It offers an innovative new approach to working with some of the most challenged people on the autistic spectrum. 

There’s is considerable overlap between Exposure Anxiety and conditions such as Pathological Demand Avoidance (first diagnosed in 2008), Oppositional Defiance Disorder (first in the literature around 2002), Avoidant Personality Disorder and Dependent Personality Disorder

With this book actually written from an Inside-Out Approach, by someone who actually lived their entire life with and ultimately managed then overcame the condition, those looking for strategies for managing and reducing these conditions may find this book extremely useful.  Donna Williams

Paul Isaacs shall be presenting a speech from personal and observational perspectives on EA and the sometimes simple and accessible strategies that can be used.