EVENT: Blood-Injury-Injection Phobia Group Treatment Group
|Blood-Injury-Injection Phobia Group Treatment Group : A group treatment program run at UWA for people with fears related to blood, injury or injections
Blood-Injection-Injury Phobia (BIIP) is a fear triggered by blood, an injury,or by receiving an injection or other invasive medical procedure. People with BIIP vary in their reactions and may feel disgust, nausea, dizziness or even faint.
The Robin Winker Clinic will be running a group treatment program for
BIIP under the supervision of Associate Professor Carmela Pestell. It
will run for 7 two-hour sessions as well as an initial assessment and a
Through this program, individuals will work in a supportive, confidential
environment to challenge their fears and learn coping strategies for
anxiety and to prevent fainting or feelings of disgust.
- Locations of venues on the Crawley and Nedlands campuses are
available via the Campus Maps website.
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