Let’s Talk Anxiety & Me
~Are worried about your own mental health
~Are aware that your anxiety impacts you and your family members
~Would like to learn more holistic ways of managing mental health
~Your mood, anxiety, or depression is impacting your personal and work relationships
~Are tired of feeling bad about yourself and overwhelmed
~Feel like you are the problem and nothing is ever going to change
~Have a high-stress job and/or personal life
Everyone feels stress from time to time. We can’t always control the things that cause stress, but we can control how we cope with stress.
Day-to-day demands keep our anxiety heightened and with the current events, 2020 has increased those times of uncertainty.
We may have different ways of showing and dealing with stressors in our lives. For instance, we may experience stomach aches, have difficulty sleeping, act out, be irritable or angry, or withdraw from others when stressed.
During this mini-session:
You will learn practical ways to build on your anxiety management skills, with a heightened knowledge of yourself, and with the motivation to keep moving forward.
I briefly covered these topics during the next 3 days:
~Learn where anxiety lives in your brain and body
~Learn how to work with the anxious brain
~Acquire Cognitive Behavioral and self-regulation tools to help you better regulate your mood and life
~Gain the motivation to keep going – even when you feel like going back to your old ways of thinking
~Learn to fall in love with your life again by using ways to support your mental health
~Understand the importance of using effective and personalized self-care methods for improved mental health
~Build stronger awareness of your physical-mental health connection
We also briefly cover these topics:
Healthy Living: A healthy lifestyle, including healthy eating, physical activity, and good sleep habits, are good for everyone.
Healthy Thinking: Healthy thinking means thinking in a balanced way, and it’s very important when we deal with stress. Learn how to change unhelpful thoughts to helpful thoughts.
Problem-solving: Working your way through problems is a helpful way to manage stress.
Fun, relaxation, and time for friends: These are always important to know that they are not alone. We will spend time practicing relaxation exercises like mindfulness, visualization, or deep breathing.
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