Sally-Anne McCormack (clinical psychologist, media consultant, former teacher) is the author of “Stomp Out The ANTs”. ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) are annoying creatures that trouble everyone! Sally-Anne refers to the analogy of the ANTs – everyone gets them, they are hard to get rid of, and we often don’t notice them until there is a huge pile of black pests hiding all of the good things (thoughts) underneath them. She also describes some popular strategies to “stomp” out the ANTs, and ways of helping yourself to prevent future infestations!
Dealing with ANTs works incredibly well with adults, but this presentation is geared towards helping children and teens realise that they have ANTs in their heads, it is not their fault, and Sally-Anne offers strategies on how to get rid of the little creatures! And due to her strong belief that prevention is better than cure, you will learn some empowering information to share with your children/students.
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At the end of the presentation, posters, books and other products will be available for purchase.
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About the Speaker
Sally-Anne McCormack is a clinical psychologist at her private practices in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. She is a registered psychologist, former teacher, media consultant and a mother of four. As well as working with adults, she has a special interest in working with children and adolescents. She has extensive experience dealing with a broad range of mental health disorders especially depression, anxiety and sleep as well as parenting and educational issues.
You can visit her other website - ParentsOnline for further information and resources.