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Anxiety Management Workshop


What’s it about?

This workshop will help you to:


  • Understand that anxiety is a natural and essential human response that can, at times, become disproportionate and problematic.

  • Reflect on why your anxiety levels may have become problematic.

  • Understand how your response to anxiety can perpetuate anxiety.

  • Understand the basic biology of anxiety and use that knowledge to tailor your anxiety management strategy.

  • Understand how thought patterns and emotional memories can trigger anxiety.

  • Discover and practice strategies commonly used in anxiety management.

  • Take the first steps towards ‘sustainable contentment’.


How does it work?

Please contact me if you’re interested and I’ll invite you to a free, one to one, no-obligation, initial consultation (by Zoom call or phone).  I’ll ask you a few questions about yourself and your experience of anxiety and we can discuss whether the workshop feels like the right thing for you at this time.

Should you wish to enroll on the workshop then the fee is £150, to be paid prior to commencement of the course, via bank transfer.


The workshop is in 4 parts, with a fortnight interval to give you time to reflect and practice the anxiety management exercises at home. 

Part 1: Understanding anxiety (3 hours) 

Part 2: Working with the thinking brain (3 hours) 

Part 3: Working with the feeling brain (3 hours) 

Part 4: Working with the stress response (3 hours) 

In conjunction with the taught element you will be provided with workbooks containing the anxiety management strategies and worksheets, which you’ll be invited to practice both during the workshops and at home.  There will also be time for group discussions and sharing of your experience, but no pressure at all to contribute to this.

Group size is capped at 6 participants per workshop. 

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions. 

Feedback from previous workshop participants: 

"I found the whole workshop really informative, engaging and helpful. It has provided a good range of tools and techniques that we can work on to help manage our anxiety"

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