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What to Do When You Want to Protest But Panic and Anxiety Get in the Way

Under the best of circumstances, a protest can be a stressful experience. It’s impossible to know who and how many will turn out. The marching or sign-holding or chanting may draw the attention of law enforcement officials or possibly, counter-protests. Passions are high all around. All of these factors are exaggerated in the face of a pandemic.

What to Do When You Want to Protest But Panic and Anxiety Get in the Way2020-07-13T16:31:12+00:00

The Impact of COVID-19 Isolation on Anxiety Symptoms

Most of us may be seeking shelter at home but that does not necessarily shelter us from anxiety and its impact. Everyone is more nervous than usual these days but anxiety is a whole other level. It’s a diagnosable disorder in which individuals remain in a chronic state of high alert — even when no threat is present.

The Impact of COVID-19 Isolation on Anxiety Symptoms2020-06-22T22:46:49+00:00

Why Teletherapy is Effective for Anxiety Sufferers

Oftentimes, dire circumstances have the power to inspire incredible solutions. Such solutions can deliver some unexpected benefits. Both of these outcomes are coming to bear during the COVID-19 pandemic and its ensuing quarantines. Thanks to social distancing, teletherapy has become the go-to option for mental health counseling. These advances inspire a sigh of relief among many Americans struggling with anxiety disorders. Teletherapy may be a fallback option for some. For anxiety sufferers, it’s an ideal scenario.

Why Teletherapy is Effective for Anxiety Sufferers2020-05-26T14:32:01+00:00

Key Ways ACT Can Make Your Anxiety Manageable

You’ve probably seen a thousand or more articles about managing your anxiety. Sometimes, it can feel like enough to, well…provoke more anxiety. This is partially true because the word “anxiety” does not do justice to the countless variations in a) how it manifests and b) how it is treated. Anxiety disorders range in specifics and severity. Some of their symptoms can be temporarily self-managed.

Key Ways ACT Can Make Your Anxiety Manageable2020-04-16T15:12:52+00:00

Exploring Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Part 1: Understanding Psychological Flexibility

For many if not most people, therapy is “therapy.” Consequently, an incredible range of therapeutic options and approaches get lumped into one broad category. In reality, these therapeutic tools are often vastly different and very much deserve individual exploration. For example, Acceptable and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a kindred spirit to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) but involves its own unique nuances and treatment focus.

Exploring Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Part 1: Understanding Psychological Flexibility2020-02-26T13:14:22+00:00

5 Ways Anxiety Affects Your Ability to Work

Our job can stress us out. This is hardly breaking news. However, when you’re dealing with an anxiety disorder, things can rise to an entirely new level. The usual work-related issues are still there, of course. Only now, you’re also dealing with another layer of stresses, worries, doubts, and concerns. Anxiety is no fun anywhere. On the job, it can be particularly uncomfortable.

5 Ways Anxiety Affects Your Ability to Work2019-12-13T17:01:18+00:00

The Impact of a Traumatic Event – How Your Mind, Body & Relationships are Affected

We all go through hard times. They are a normal and inevitable part of life. Such times help you better appreciate when things are going smoothly. Then there are traumatic events. These experiences are not only intense. They also dramatically impact you — both in the moment and for a time afterward.

The Impact of a Traumatic Event – How Your Mind, Body & Relationships are Affected2019-12-13T16:48:15+00:00
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