Watch as Ruby Wax offers tips on how to take control of common challenges around stress and anxiety.
Quick Stress Release: Anxiety Reduction Technique: Anxiety Skills #19
Stress is the physical aspect of anxiety. It comes with things like increased heart rate, shallow breathing, muscle tension, stomach problems, and headaches. It’s uncomfortable, but it can be treated. In this video I teach one specific coping skill that helps actually reduce stress and muscle tension. Looking for affordable online counseling? My sponsor, BetterHelp,… Continue reading Quick Stress Release: Anxiety Reduction Technique: Anxiety Skills #19
3 Instantly Calming CBT Techniques For Anxiety
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has taken a bit of a bad rap recently with meta-analytical research showing it seems to be getting increasingly less effective in the treatment of depression. And neuroscience is showing that strong emotions often precede thoughts, so changing thoughts may do little for extreme conditions like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and… Continue reading 3 Instantly Calming CBT Techniques For Anxiety
CBT for Social Anxiety Disorder: Using downward arrow and thought challenging techniques
Case study example for use in teaching, aiming to demonstrate how the downward arrow technique and thought challenging might be used in CBT for social anxiety disorder. The character of Hannah is played by an actor (Malak El-Gonemy), but the scene is not scripted, and as such it represents a natural therapeutic exchange. The video… Continue reading CBT for Social Anxiety Disorder: Using downward arrow and thought challenging techniques