Thinking About Your Thinking: Addressing Worries and Intrusive Thoughts
Thoughts are ideas or opinions produced by thinking or occurring suddenly in the mind. In this webinar, Dr. Andrea Umbach discusses two kinds of thoughts: worry thoughts and intrusive thoughts.
Worry thoughts refer to uncertainty over potential day-to-day problems. Intrusive thoughts refer to weird, frightening, or distressing thoughts about things that might happen to us or other people.
What Will I Learn?
- Define worry and intrusive thoughts
- Learn how to notice your thoughts and their impact
- Gain strategies to accept and challenge your thoughts
About Dr. Andrea Umbach
Dr. Andrea Umbach is a licensed psychologist at Southeast Psych, Southpark. She specializes in treating individuals with anxiety, OCD, hoarding, and trichotillomania.
She practices from a cognitive-behavioral approach focused on increasing flexibility in thinking and making adaptive behavior changes. Dr. Umbach is the author of “Conquer Your Fears and Phobias for Teens” and founder of the Charlotte Anxiety Consortium.
Addressing Worries and Intrusive Thoughts e-Talk
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