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Overcome anxiety by facing fear
Proven tips and tools. There are a lot of resources out there for managing anxiety. However, many of them are based on opinion rather than science. Dr. Craig April, founder of the April Center for Anxiety Attack Management, relies on the latter. By employing cognitive behavioral therapy, a research-proven method for anxiety treatment, listeners can find the breakthrough they desire.
No-nonsense approach. Assuming the role of victim when it comes to anxiety can make us feel trapped and convince us that we have no control in getting better. However, Dr. April shares that, in most of its forms, anxiety is not a mental illness. For this reason, he takes a stripped-down approach to tackling anxiety that looks at the root: false fear messages.
Fear is part of the human condition. Fear is a factor in all lives, whether we feel it plays a significant role in controlling us or not. However, it is also something that can be faced. By recognizing anxiety as a result of false fear messages, we become better equipped to manage it. An expert on cognitive behavioral therapy focused on anxiety relief, Dr. April is equipped with over 20 years of experience and seeks to help listeners face their fears and overcome anxiety.
Listen to The Anxiety Getaway and discover:
- Methods that have been demonstrated to be effective at the April Center for Anxiety Attack Management
- Tips and practical tools for facing fear
- A non-victim approach to help you take back control and reclaim your life
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- Dr. Mkh
The Book is a “MUST HAVE”: The Intelligently written treatise is an Important & Understandable addition to the literature on Anxiety. Talk about timing, one can’t expect to read a more helpful book at this time with the lingering of the coronavirus, black lives matter, & DACA, etc. Included in the book are easy to understand and easy to use strategies that are relevant, workable, and meaningful. It is notable that Dr. April understands the difficulty of the undertaking; thus, providing suggestions for easing into the recommended process to suggesting more difficult remedies. Also, I believe it is an important book for those who desire to assist someone other than oneself who experiences anxiety. Understanding another’s quest may simply be your gift to that person or person. Simply, enjoy this worthwhile educational read.
Dr Mickey Hoffman