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Creative techniques for the pandemic and beyond

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Webinar structure:

The webinar will be divided into two parts, part one will include:

  • A structured presentation on stress and anxiety.
  • The latest research evidence on these topics along with practical professional advice on how to deal with them.

In the second half of the webinar, participants:

  • will be presented a set of creative therapeutic interventions on stress and anxiety management and
  • invited to engage in enjoyable and simple but effective exercises.

The therapeutic method:

The interventions that involve body and mind were developed by the speaker and are based on profound research, clinical practice, expressive arts, and indigenous wisdom.

The presentation will acknowledge the current challenging realities of the pandemic and relate to them, although the techniques of stress and anxiety management are applicable universally.

The issue of stress and anxiety will be explored not only from the individual but also systemic point of view, acknowledging the strong influence of the society, political and economic systems as the triggers to the problems, addressing the need of their change.

What you will learn:

  • Participants will learn a lot of the latest research and practice insights on stress and anxiety.
  • Effective techniques for dealing with them, which they could practice during the webinar and apply in their everyday lives.

About Natalia Braun

Natalia Braun, MSc, CCISM, has spent almost twenty years in the corporate world prior to transitioning into psychology and counselling. She holds a Master’s in psychology from the University of Derby, UK, is qualified in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and trained in multiple therapeutic modalities. Natalia is a part of the international counsellors' community Stillpoint Spaces and works with clients from all over the world in her private practice in Switzerland.

Her creative counselling approach is rooted in expressive arts and acknowledges the whole person with their body, mind and environment, bringing about the most sustainable results. She is involved in research projects related to mental health with the University of Derby and is an active peer-reviewer of academic journals.

She is a critical psychologist advocating social change, a long-standing journalist, publishes and presents regularly. She is a professional member of the American Counseling Association and its division Association for Creativity in Counseling, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, among others.

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