There are some really nice, simple tips in this article on small ways to help yourself reduce anxiety. CBT is mentioned specifically as a technique, but many of the other suggestions are supported by CBT theory as well. While this article by The Mighty clearly states that it's not an attempt to offer a cure, the general approaches described have helped many people feel less anxious and I hope will help you, too.
I recently spoke with My Wellbeing, a community for mental health advocacy in New York City, about my experience as a therapist in Brooklyn. With them, I shared what I love most about being a cognitive behavioral therapist (CBT), how my background as an artist impacts my style in the treatment room, and what I'm studying right now. To learn more about me, click (here) for the full interview.
In collaboration with Walking in Other People's Shoes
Do you feel inspired to write but find yourself lost and unfocused when it’s time to put your ideas on paper? Have creative blocks made it hard to express your unique voice? Join us for this collaborative and supportive workshop where you will learn the causes of writer’s block and what you can do about it now to stop staring at a blank page and get your ideas out there. Other creative blocks will be addressed as well. We look forward to seeing you there!
January 25th, 2018
7–8:30 pm at New Women's Space
Get your tickets (here).
Brooklyn-based entrepreneurs face tremendous challenges when bringing their innovative ideas to market. Stress in the work-place can contribute to physical and emotional pain and suffering when left untreated. Thankfully, you can learn life-long skills to better manage fear, anxiety, and stress so that you can thrive and your business can flourish. I was recently called upon to contribute to Leslie Alderman's article in The Bridge about this very common concern. Read the full story [here].