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Anxiety 101: Understanding and Overcoming Anxiety

Are you experiencing anxiety?

Do you worry a lot?

Have you ever had the same thoughts playing over and over again?

Is it hard to turn your mind off?

About Anxiety 101

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health illness in America affecting over 40 million people. If you suffer from anxiety, clearly you are not alone! How do you know if what you are experiencing is anxiety or if you’re just overly stressed? How can you tell if what you are feeling is a panic attack or something else?

In this course, you will:

  • Learn 3 things you can do now to help with anxiety
  • Discuss the symptoms of anxiety and why they happen
  • Discover breathing techniques and bodywork exercises to recover from stress and trauma
  • Learn how to use narrative therapy to confront the source of your stress
  • Understand the importance of listening to and supporting your soul
  • Identify how you can incorporate anti-anxiety activities into your daily routine

What You'll Receive

When you sign up for Anxiety 101﹣Understanding and Overcoming Anxiety, you will receive:

  • 5 video lectures, taught by Avery Neal, psychotherapist and leading expert on women’s wellness
  • In-depth notes to walk you through the curriculum
  • Practical exercises to use when you feel anxious or stressed
  • Even better, lifetime access!
  • All this, for only $79.00

What You'll Learn

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the causes and symptoms of your anxiety
  • Use breathing and bodywork techniques to soothe your stress response
  • Shift yourself from feeling small and helpless to powerful and strong
  • Tap into your deepest needs on a soul level
  • Create a routine to protect yourself from anxiety

Anxiety 101 Is For You, If:

  • You have difficulty falling or staying asleep
  • You have racing or looping thoughts
  • You are preoccupied by “what if” type thoughts
  • You have experienced trauma
  • You have had prolonged exposure to a stressful situation
  • You have chronic tension in your body
  • You have experienced a panic or anxiety attack
  • You worry excessively
  • You often feel overwhelmed