Course Program

Here is what you can expect from this short-course

    1. Within this short-course

    1. What is a panic attack and who do they affect?

    2. Understanding the physiological response to panic attacks

    1. Guided Personal Reflection

    1. Download your workbook

    2. Workbook exercise: My panic plan

    3. Implementing a self management plan

    4. Workbook exercise: Creating my self management plan

    1. Seeking further support

    2. Optional Feedback Survey

About this short-course

  • $10.00
  • 10 lessons
  • Guided self-reflection
  • Develop your own self management plan
  • Download your plan and self-reflection to keep on hand

Themes explored within this course

  • Understanding panic attacks

    Understand what a panic attack is, who is affected by them and the thoughts or physical sensations associated with them.

  • Understanding the physiological response to panic attacks

    Learn about what is really going on when we're experiencing a panic attack.

  • How to take control during a panic attack

    Develop a deeper understanding of your thoughts, physical symptoms and past triggers through guided self-reflection activity. Develop a self management plan to develop awareness of your thoughts when experiencing a panic attack.

Meet your instructors

Carolyn Toon | Director + Psychologist

Carolyn has experience as a clinician and manager across a range of mental health settings in Queensland and Victoria.

She has experience working with complex trauma, emotion instability, self-harm, substance use, complex and co-morbid mental health issues, psychosis, early intervention for adolescents and young adults, indigenous psychology and sexuality.

Carolyn draws on a range of psychological approaches including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Schema Therapy and Psychodynamic ideas.

Kylie Copeman | Director + Clinical Psychologist

Kylie has provided psychological services across a number of psychiatric and counselling settings as both a clinician and manager. 

She holds an interest in many areas of mental health, and in particular complex trauma, personality difficulties, emotion dysregulation, suicidality and self-harm, parenting, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and the psychological impact of physical health issues including infertility and chronic skin conditions.

Kylie’s approach is warm, flexible, compassionate and non-judgemental. Kylie works collaboratively with her patients and draws on a range of psychological approaches to suit each person including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Psychodynamic ideas.

Kylie is also a STAP accredited supervisor.

Guided reflection spoken by Virginia Woods | Psychologist

The guided reflection exercise is spoken by Psychologist, Virginia Woods. 

Seeking Support

We're here to listen when you need us

Most of our courses are designed to be general in nature and are not a substitute for individualised therapy, diagnosis or consultation with a mental health professional. If you are going through a difficult time and feel that you need to reach out to someone for support, we recommend seeking help from a qualified mental health professional. To book an appointment with a clinician in one of our Brisbane clinics, please contact us.
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Emergency Support

If you or someone you know is in crisis or if you need immediate help, please contact your nearest hospital or call 000.

Take back control and let go of fear.