Anxiety Management 101

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About This Course

Anxiety is a universal emotion, experienced by every single one of us. At some point in our life, it can be debilitating for up to one in three of us. We know that the sooner people get help and support, the more likely they are to recover.

One of the most common reasons anxiety can persist or not go away is that the trigger or cause of it is a mystery. Building self-awareness of the causes (situational, relational and emotional), symptoms (physiological) and responses (behavioural) is a necessary ingredient in any effective treatment program for anxiety. When the triggers for anxiety become predictable, it becomes less overwhelming, and you gain greater control over it. This is the foundation of my course.

The last two years have seen an unprecedented need for mental health treatment options, and my own books were shut for most of that time. So I built this course in the hopes that it might help people who struggle with anxiety but maybe not to the extent that they need to seek professional help just yet. I also built it for people who may be on a waitlist to see a psychologist in the hopes that the material would give them a head-start on their treatment.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Causes of anxiety
  • How anxiety is experienced in the body
  • Reasons anxiety won’t go away
  • Recognising anxiety levels
  • Anxiety reducing strategies
  • Understanding anxiety triggers and emotions
  • Feeling blockers

Course Content

Module 1
In this module you’re going to learn what anxiety is (and what it isn’t), where it’s experienced, what happens when you become anxious, when anxiety becomes a problem and why anxiety won’t go away.

  • Module Introduction
  • What is Anxiety
  • Where is Anxiety Experienced?
  • What Happens When I Become Anxious
  • Why Won’t My Anxiety Go Away
  • When Does Anxiety Become a Problem?

Module 2
In this module you’re going to learn about one of the most effective ways to self-regulate anxiety: through monitoring anxiety symptoms in the body. We’ll also cover when anxiety might be climbing to intolerable levels and some simple ways to ground yourself.

Module 3
Module 3 will cover how to increase self-awareness of anxiety provoking situations through understanding the situations, thoughts, feelings leading to a surge in anxiety in the body.

Module 4
Module 4 outlines how uncomfortable emotions can often be a hidden reason for anxiety. We’ll also learn why we have feelings in the first place and the importance of feeling and not suppressing them.

Module 5
In Module 5 we will explore how “feeling blockers” or defences can get in the way of healthy emotion expression and how to overcome that.

Module 6
In module 6, we’ll cover how to identify if you need ongoing support, some tips on where to access it and ways to maximise therapy outcome.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if I lose my login details
Send an email to and a team member will send you information on how to reset your password. We usually aim to get back to you within one business day.
How long will I have access to the course?
You will have lifetime access to the course - including any future updates free of charge.
How long does the course take to complete?
The course was designed so that you could complete it. The time taken to complete each module will vary depending upon reading speed, and the module’s relevance to your individual situation. That said, most complete each module within 30-60 minutes.
Will this course benefit me?
While research into the effectiveness of online “self-help” type courses has shown they have a positive effect, they are not as effective as face to face therapy. The content of this course is based off of evidence-based psychological principles, it has not been evaluated scientifically for its’ effectiveness. If you find that anxiety is troublesome, but does not significantly interefere with your day to day functioning, you may get benefit from this course. If your anxiety does interfere with your day to day functioning, I recommend that you take this course in addition to individual therapy.

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