Are you ready to fight your fears?
FearFighter is an online CBT programme for panic and phobia. The programme teaches users how to confront and change their thoughts and challenge avoidance behaviour that characterise panic and phobia. Users can print out worksheets for activities, monitor progress and receive emails with further tips at the end of each step. Most sessions last about 50 minutes. One session a week is the current recommended treatment regime.
FearFighter is backed by evidence-based research:
- +15 Scientific research studies conducted
- FearFighter™ has been extensively tested over the years. With three Randomised Control Trials (RCT), one of which had over 700 patients, FearFighter continues to remain the leading programme for anxiety and phobia disorders.
- The programme is approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
- NICE endorsed FearFighter as being clinical and cost effective CBT therapy and recommended FearFighter as an option for delivering CBT for panic and phobia disorders under the Final Appraisal Determination (FAD).
- Recognised internationally.
- The UK National Health Service (NHS) and other nations recognise FearFighter as a standard form of treatment for anxiety and phobia disorders.
What will I learn from FearFighter?
The FearFighter programmes explains what anxiety is and also gives case studies which is a great way for people firstly, to realise they do not suffer alone and, also to show that it is possible to deal with our anxiety in a positive way.
People who suffer from social anxiety and anxiety in general often use safety behaviours to get them through tough obstacles they have to deal with on a daily basis. Fear Fighter allows people to look at this behaviour and understand their cognitive thinking behind it.
They are introduced to a step-by-step model with the ultimate goal of being able to take back control of situations themselves and not rely on others. These steps are set by the individual themselves and this process opens them up to allowing them have as much control as they feel comfortable with, with no judgement from others.
Using the FearFighter online course weekly and working with me, you will get:
- An understanding of what is going on physically when you feel anxious and learn how to manage this.
- A range of techniques for you to use when you feel anxious
- Ways to develop more positive beliefs about the situations which make you anxious
- The confidence to gradually expose yourself to challenging situations and learn to cope with them
- The wisdom, experience and expertise of someone who has been where you are now.
What’s involved in the Fearfighter programme?
FearFighter consists of nine steps that need to be worked through one by one in order to obtain the greatest benefits. It guides users through CBT as much as a therapist does.
How to Access The FearFighter Programme
The FearFighter programme is available as an online course to people who have gone through the process of assessment with me. This ensures that the programme is a fit to your needs. A telephone consultation with me ensures that the programme is right for you.
How much does FearFighter cost?
- Full access to the programme resources for life.
- Weekly call with Deirdre.
- one-2-one coaching with Deirdre.
- Access to online messaging support with 24-hour response time.
- Weekly printable work sheets to aid your learning.
- Certificate of completion.
Are you ready to end 2018 in a better place than you started it?
Contact me to see if the FearFighter programme can help you!
I am one of the very few therapists who has experienced and overcome anxiety myself. This means, I fully understand how debilitating it can be to suffer with extreme fear but I also know how great it feels to experience the freedom of being cured.
Having overcome my own social anxiety, I now use my knowledge and personal experience to help others experience the same transformation.
What do others say about Fearfighter?
“No longer is my anxiety a hidden monkey on my back and at last I can live a fuller life, relatively uninhibited by those old irrational fears and misconceptions which had driven me to early retirement and a sad, irritable and solitary existence.”