Anxiety: Impartiality and The Ripple Effect (Anxiety Certificate Course - 2nd Edition - Session 1) (Self-Study)
A 4-Session Certificate Course based on the Science of Anxiety, Cognitive Neuroscience, and the Neuroscience of ConsciousnessHosted by SWEET Institute
This is the first session in the Anxiety Certificate Course.
To register for the full Certificate Course, please click here.
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What you'll learn
What will you learn from this Anxiety Certificate Course?
- How to understand and address anxiety using the Partiality Phenomenon and the Ripple Effect Principle
- Perception-Knowledge Differentiation, correlation versus cause, and their implementation in the solution of anxiety
- The type of thought system that will help solve anxiety in a sustainable way
What else do I need to know about this certificate course?
- You will learn how to use the Distinction Phenomenon to address anxiety.
- You will learn how to use the Image-Making Principle to solve anxiety.
- You will master how to solve anxiety by learning how to revert the attack thought and the projection phenomenon.
During this 4-Session Certificate Course, we will guide you through an experiential learning on how to help your clients unlearn their Societal Thought System, start operating from the Inside-out Paradigm, and learn how to transfer these new skills to other areas of their lives.
Session 1: Anxiety: Impartiality and The Ripple Effect
Session 2: Anxiety: Your Mind, Imagination, and Results
Session 3: Anxiety: Meaning, Thoughts, and Perception
Session 4: Anxiety and Me
This course is eligible for 2 CEUs for Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselors (CASACs), and Psychologists in New York State
For more information about CEU approval, please click here.
You will receive your certificate by email after your post-test is passed and your evaluation is completed.
Format: Self-Study Online Seminar
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"It was a great experience for me because the content focused on current research that has the possibility of helping my clients decrease their suffering. Very informative and thought-provoking presentation." - Sol, LCSW
"SWEET uses a unique approach to learning that I do not find elsewhere. It doesn't just give me information, it helps me think about what I'm learning. The process of anxiety building: we are not aware we are attacking ourselves. Then we project it outside. " - Michelle, LMSW
"I was really re-enlightened, impressed about the educational information I received: forgiveness as an element of anxiety. Forgiving myself and others tends to decrease having anxiety. It's always good to further hone skills to make work more accurate and efficient." - Sonia, LCSW-R
"This is an excellent presentation, which provides the clinician with the necessary tools to address anxiety effectively." - Emmanuel, LMSW
"Great subject for everyone: The meaning we assign to our thoughts and anxiety and how we can change the narrative. I love the 3 wins of the day exercise. I loved the personal examples." - Alicia, LMSW
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Your Facilitator and Co-Facilitator
Mardoche Sidor, MD, is a Harvard-trained Quadruple Board Certified Psychiatrist, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, School of Physicians and Surgeons, trained in and taught all major psychotherapeutic modalities, including and not limited to CBT, DBT, Family Systems, and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He is also the author of 11 books including Journey to Empowerment, Discovering Your Worth, The Power of Faith. and, The Art of Living. Dr. Sidor has worked both as a primary care physician and Medical Director in three different settings, including a Chief Medical Officer of the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES). He is a main facilitator for the SWEET Institute. His 11th book, entitled, NLP for Clinicians is now available to the public.
Karen Dubin, PhD, LCSW, is a Columbia-trained Social Worker with wide clinical, teaching, and supervision experience. She also has a background in management, mentorship, and leadership that spans more than 20 years. Her added passion is in advocacy and coaching. She has previously held Executive level positions, and two other directorships in different organizations. She is currently Adjunct Faculty at Columbia University School of Social Work and Adelphi University School of Social Work. She also maintains a private practice, provides supervision, and clinical and management training. She is also a personal and executive-level coach. She is a main facilitator for the SWEET Institute.