How to Manage Your Anxiety: Practical tips to help you be confident.
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Dealing with anxiety isn’t easy. But it doesn’t have to control your life! This booklet helps people with anxiety learn to say goodbye to worry and manage their symptoms with healthy techniques. Featuring expert advice and clear visuals, readers will find step-by-step guidance to boost their mental health.
The booklet is written at a 4th-grade reading level for easy comprehension. With easy-to-follow calls to action and several engaging exercises, readers will start building a personalized plan to reduce their anxiety symptoms.
This resource is perfect for anyone who wants to take control of their mental health and decrease their anxiety.
This booklet features:
- Step-by-step calls to action
- Helpful visuals to highlight key points
- Interactive, personal goal-setting exercises
- 32 pages of accessible content
Michelle Roberts, PhD, LPC, NCC, is the founder and clinical director of the Relational Trauma Recovery Center, where she practices EMDR (eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing), attachment-focused therapy, and other evidence-based trauma models. She is a nationally certified counselor licensed in Missouri and Oregon and a member of the EMDR Disaster Network, a group of experienced EMDR therapists offering acute trauma treatment for healthcare professionals, first-responders, hospital workers, and therapists who have been working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to her clinical work, Roberts was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist covering mental health and, later, a founding director of Health Literacy Media. Her work has been recognized by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the National Mental Health Association, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Roberts also served as a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow at the Carter Center in Atlanta and has remained involved in the center’s mental health and social justice initiatives.