The Best Question To Reduce Worrying & Anxiety Video

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Why do we worry and what can you do stop? In this short video Dr. Sarah Allen, psychologist and anxiety expert, shares simple tips that can really reduce worry and anxiety.

Here is a summary of the information contained in this seven minute video. I hope you will find it helpful!

  • Firstly, I discuss why we worry and stress over things.
  • The best question to ask yourself when you are worried about something.
  • The difference between useful vs useless worrying.
  • What to do when you have decided that problem is in the present and not the past or future.
  • What cognitive therapy is and how we can feel more in control by studying and writing down your worries.
  • Why positive visualization works and how to do it.

To find out more about coping with anxiety and worrying  download my free booklet Simple Steps To Overcome Anxiety & Worrying  use the sign up form below the book.

When clients first come in to see me, the main concerns that come up again and again are:

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  1. How can I feel less stressed, angry and overwhelmed?
  2. What should I do if I feel panicky?
  3. How can I stop worrying about everything: my children, partner, friends, work, my “to do” list….

So I put together a booklet with some strategies I am always giving to my clients to help them begin to feel less anxiety and to worry less.

I hope that you will find it helpful too.

Add your first name and email address in the box below and you will be sent the steps to download your FREE book.

Please let me know if  you have any questions after reading the booklet. Also, if you would like to read more, I have several blog posts on my blog about anxiety and other issues that can affect the way you feel.

If after watching my video or reading the booklet you feel ready to start working on reducing your anxiety but need support, I can help you overcome worrying in one-on-one individual counseling sessions.

In a supportive environment with a therapist who has over 20 years experience you can learn how to reduce worrying by:

 

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If you are thinking about getting counseling and you’d like to talk to someone about the things that are troubling you, I am happy to help.