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Overcoming Social Anxiety: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to Build Self-Confidence and Lessen Self-Consciousness

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Larry Cohen, LICSW
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Friday, June 09, 2017 9:09 am

Introduction to four CBT strategies to help you overcome social anxiety: mindful focus; cognitive restructuring; assertiveness; and experiments.

Larry Cohen has also provided the following downloadable materials that are referenced in the webinar.

Presenter(s) Biography

Larry Cohen, LICSW

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Larry Cohen, LICSW, is cofounder and Cochair of the National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC), an association of 22 cognitive-behavioral therapy clinics around the United States dedicated to providing and fostering effective evidence based services for those struggling with social anxiety.  

Mr. Cohen is certified as a Diplomate in Cognitive Therapy through the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, which has also conferred on him the status of Fellow for having “made sustained outstanding contributions to the field of cognitive therapy.”  

Mr. Cohen founded and directs the Social Anxiety Help clinic in Washington, DC where, for the past 31 years, he has served well over 1,000 persons with social anxiety in individual CBT, as well as in 96 20-week social anxiety CBT groups.
 

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