Webinar-IBS and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
On Tuesday 18 April our webinar IBS and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with psychological wellbeing practitioner Shanice Warner took place.
In the webinar, Shanice explained more about CBT and how you can use CBT strategies to reframe your negative thoughts around living with IBS.
Please read our blog for all you need to know about our webinars here
How to purchase
The cost of the webinar is £5 to members and £15 to non-members.
To receive the member discount, please sign in to your account BEFORE PURCHASING the webinar.
When you have signed in to your membership account, please purchase the webinar through The IBS Network shop here.
Your discount will then be automatically applied. Remember to check your JUNK folder if you don’t see the link to the webinar in your INBOX within 15 minutes of purchase.
PLEASE NOTE: The member discount cannot be applied after purchase has been made.
After making your purchase, you will receive two emails from us.
The first email will be a confirmation of your purchase and the second will contain the link to adownload the recorded webinar.
This will automatically be sent to the email address from which you made your purchase. Please make sure you purchase the webinar using the email address that you would like the link to be sent to.
If you do not receive the link to the webinar in your INBOX within an hour of purchasing, CHECK your JUNK folder. We will be unable to sort out any issues on the morning of the webinar, so you must check you have everything you need to attend at the time of your purchase.
Shanice works for the Centre for Psychology (NHS Talking Therapies) as a BABCP registered Senior Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner and as the Long-Term Health Conditions champion within the service. Following completion of her MSc in Health Psychology and additional LTC training specific for Low Intensity CBT, she developed a special interest in the connection between physical health and mental health. Shanice supports clients and other therapists within the service to deliver and engage in LTC tailored CBT which looks at developing helpful coping mechanisms.Submit an FAQ