Psychologin Jessica Grub

Jessica Grub is a trained clinical psychologist, doctoral candidate and lecturer at the University of Zurich. Her research focuses on clinical psychology and psychotherapy, particularly in relation to hormonal aspects of menopausal symptoms in the perimenopause. In addition, Jessica has experience in psychotherapy and works as a psychotherapist i.A. in cognitive behavioural therapy and behavioural medicine on an outpatient basis with patients with various problems. In all these areas, Jessica is particularly committed to promoting women’s mental health.

Jessica Grub gave us the webinar: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Learning to cope with the menopause.

This is what the webinar is about:

What is it all about? Where does it come from? What does it mean for me? What do I do with it? Such questions can be constant companions of your own menopausal experience. In this interactive course we would like to support you in finding individual answers to these questions – through inputs from cognitive behavioural therapy. In these 60 minutes we will get to know the world of CBT together and explore proven techniques from it. Learn how to recognise and change negative thoughts and get practical tips that you can tailor to suit you. Our aim is to give you valuable input that is suitable for everyday life and that may accompany you on your individual path.

You can still watch the recording of the webinar (cost: 22 euros).

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