Anxiety Control Training Session 1 (ACT 1) (Female voice)
Recommended by Times Online as a key Kit bag resource for people with phobias
Produced by Media Innovations (www.calipso.co.uk) this high quality recording in MP3 format will play on many portable recorders/computers - please check your player can play these files. Jenny Farrish - a television presenter - narrates the ACT session. Jenny has a lovely and relaxing voice which is perfect for ACT. The recording helps you practice how to relax your body and move your mind to a state of calm control.
This resource is an electronic download. When your order is completed you will be sent a link to allow you to download it.
Related resources: Please also download the free Guide to using ACT in the Free resources area
Find out more about ACT in the www.llttf.com website
What next?: After a few weeks you may also wish to move on to the ACT 2 sessions- which move the relaxation on a step further. Find out more in the ACT 2 description in the audio downloads section.
Important information: Some people find that trying to relax causes them to stress. If you find this to be the case, we suggest you stop using the approach and discuss other treatment options with your own doctor.
Anxiety Control Training was developed by a past colleague of Dr Williams, Dr Philip Snaith. All profits from this download are donated to the charity Triumph over Phobia (TOP-UK)
Please note: this digital resource is for personal or clinical use by you yourself alone. If you are a clinician the ACT files can be copied and given freely to the clients you work with.
After clicking the link on most computers the audio file will automatically start to play in whatever software your computer usually uses to play MP3 files.
If nothing happens:
1). Sometimes firewalls in NHS Trusts block audio from playing (to prevent staff playing music - in which case the file should be downloaded from a home computer- or in liaison with your Trust IT staff.
2). Some computers (not many these days but some NHS computers deliberately do this) may not have sound cards or speakers fitted. In which case again either use another e.g. home computer, or speak to your IT department
3). If the file fails to play it may be you need to load some audio playing software. If you don’t have software to play the file something that is free is Windows media player – available from lots of places on the web e.g. the main Microsoft site at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/default.mspx
Saving the audio files: This varies between software packages and variously may be under:
- File/save as
- Or a button e.g. copy or transfer to device
- Or a button Burn to CD etc
There are so many different software packages out there that its really impossible to advise exactly how your own will need to save the sound file. There should be help files on your player programme (e.g. windows media player) to allow this.You can buy the CD version of this recording over at the LLTTF Shop