"Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but empties today of its strength"
-Charles Spurgeon-
"Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear."
-Mark Twain-
"If you could get up the courage to begin, you have the courage to succeed"
-David Viscott-

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Skills Based Anxiety Management
 "From Fear to Trust"

Ask yourself...


Do you have an anxiety disorder?
Have you completed a full course of treatment?
Are you practising the skills you learned in treatment?
Has the stress of life caused some setbacks?
Do you want to continue to make gains in successfully managing your anxiety?
Do you feel comfortable in a supportive group environment?

If your answer has been “yes” to most of the questions than our Booster Group is for you.

Living with Anxiety Disorders

It is common for people living with anxiety disorders to “suffer in silence.” Anxiety disorders aren’t obvious, like walking around with a cast on your arm after breaking a bone. People that have a physical injury aren’t usually hesitant to discuss what happened, but people living with a mental health issue find it difficult to discuss their condition as there is still a great deal of misunderstanding and stigma around mental health issues.

Whether you have mild, moderate or extreme anxiety, the good news is that anxiety disorders can be effectively managed. There are several treatment options for anxiety disorders that are evidence-based, such as cognitive behavioral therapy. In this treatment method, the professional views the client as the “expert” and helps the client discover what triggers their anxiety. The therapeutic techniques focus on investigating the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are contributing to the problematic anxiety and creating a strategy around each. Once a strategy is created and applied regularly, anxiety triggers will be significantly reduced and the brain will become rewired through a process called neuroplasticity, where the brain changes on a cellular level to adapt to new neural patterns. It does take courage to face your fears progressively, but the results can be life-changing.

I am committed to making this website a positive place to share great resources, provide some options, and continue the work towards eliminating stigma and normalizing mental health issues.

We are all in this together,
Arto

- Arto Tienaho-

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