Managing Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs)

Do you notice ANTs all day long?  Or do you seem to have more ANTs during those quiet moments when you decide to relax?  This is not about the tiny social insects that tend to show up at every family gathering or when you leave something sweet on your kitchen counter.  This is the Automatic Negative Thoughts that jump into your head and push all the willpower and positive thoughts you need to reach your goals to the wayside. ANTs, even the smallest ones, can sabotage your resolutions and make you feel stuck. Learning to listen for and recognize self-destructive thoughts is the first step to conquering them. This workshop aims to increase your awareness of your ANTs and provide tools to help you conquer them. Presented by Brian Smith, director, EAP and Training Center.

To register:  Go to campus training.

Wednesday, October 13 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures, Presentations and Workshops


Health and Wellness, Professional Development

Target Audience

Faculty and Staff


Human Resources - Training




Employee Assistance Program
Contact Name

Karen Smith

Contact Email or Phone

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