Quickly reduce your anxiety symptoms--and achieve lasting wellbeing--with the simple 8-week action plan in The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety.
Current research has proven that mindfulness is an effective way to reduce and relieve anxiety. The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety delivers practical strategies for applying mindfulness to the daily events that cause anxiety and stress.
From basic skills building to real-life application, The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety outlines simple techniques that are specially designed to replace anxiety with peace and wellbeing. Even those with no prior experience will find that the practical exercises outlined in The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety provide effective and lasting relief from the physical and emotional effects of anxiety.
Presented in a straightforward, easy-to-navigate format, The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety offers:
• A well organized 8-week program for applying mindfulness to the root causes of your anxiety
• Clear day-by-day guidance outlining the structure for specific mindfulness techniques
• Simple activities designed to help you manage and decrease your anxiety symptoms
Practicing mindfulness doesn't mean spending hours meditating. Even with a hectic schedule, finding relief from fear and worry is possible. With the practical 8-week structure presented in The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety you'll quickly build the tools you need to free yourself of anxiety and live a healthy, mindful life.
About the Author:
Tanya J. Peterson, MS, NCC, is the author of Break Free: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in 3 Steps: A Workbook for Overcoming Self-Doubt and Embracing Life. She is a national certified counselor with a master's degree in counseling from South Dakota State University. Tanya writes extensively for the mental health website HealthyPlace.com, including her weekly "Anxiety-Schmanxiety" column. She is the prolific writer of online and print articles on mental health and is a frequent speaker and radio show guest. Additionally, she is the author of five critically acclaimed, award-winning novels that address mental health themes. She created a curriculum about toxic relationships based on her middle-grade/young-adult novel Losing Elizabeth, which she takes both to schools and community programs. Learn more at www.tanyajpeterson.com.