Overcome Anxiety in 56 Days

A Self Help Toolkit for Anxiety Relief and Panic Attacks
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  • Lectures 28
  • Contents Video: 2.5 hours
    Other: 6 mins
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

*Over 300 new students this month

*Eight week structured plan now added to the 30 page course workbook

This course is for designed for anyone who experiences anxiety in the form of excessive worrying, feelings or fear, or rumination; and also for those who feel stuck in life, and lack the motivation or the self-confidence to get things done and move forward. Anxiety is unavoidable, but this course will teach you how to change your relationship with it in order to stop it guiding your actions when it's not to your benefit. Throughout the course you will learn, at your own pace, a set of simple yet powerful practices that you can incorporate into everyday life to help break the cycle of anxiety, stress, unhappiness and exhaustion.

The course is made of three major sections; Creating a Foundation. Dealing with Anxious Thoughts and Feelings, and Taking Action. There is also a section on Emergency Exercises, that can help you calm down in very anxious and stressful situations. You'll be walked through the process step by step, with expert guidance all the way through and a course workbook with all the exercises and main points in detail. Each section provides daily exercises and tasks that require you to practise and take action, along with audio exercises that you can listen to on your computer, laptop, tablet, or phone.

The course is based on research and practices from mindfulness, health psychology, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

What are the requirements?

  • The course is self-paced, but students should be prepared to commit at least 20 minutes of practise a day on most days.
  • There will be some short meditation exercises which will be most beneficial when practised in a private place.
  • Some exercises will require some written reflection.
  • In order to benefit from the course you will be required to take action and move out of your comfort zone and embrace new challenges.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Positively change your relationship with anxiety and stress with an 8 Week structured course
  • Effectively hand unhelpful thoughts and uncomfortable feelings
  • Approach new challenges with courage
  • Move out of your comfort zone when feeling stuck
  • Build genuine confidence
  • Engage in the present moment instead of being caught up in thoughts and feelings
  • Break self-defeating habits
  • Create a richer and more meaningful life

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for people who suffer from anxiety in the form of excessive worrying, feelings of fear, or rumination
  • People who feel stuck in life, caught up in fear or apathy, but want to move forward
  • People who have intermediate, limited, or no experience of mindfulness, health psychology, or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). If you are a experienced in practising mindfulness or ACT then this course is NOT for you.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
Course Introduction
Preview
02:13
Section 2: The Science
Our Troublesome Brains
08:33
Anxiety & Anxiety Disorders
Preview
15:08
Anxiety Interventions
04:45
Brain Structure & Function
08:46
Section 3: Creating a Foundation
Foundational Exercise 1 - Meditation
06:14
Foundational Exercise 2 - Power Pose
02:02
Foundational Exercise 3 - The Pause
03:42
Foundational Exercise 4 - Routine Tasks
02:00
Foundational Exercise 5 - Action Changers
02:05
Foundational Exercise 6 - Play Time
02:00
Section 4: Dealing with Anxious Thoughts and Feelings
Three Vital Skills
06:56
Defusion
Preview
11:50
Expansion
07:10
Engagement
03:50
Section 5: Taking Action
Taming Fear
07:51
The Confidence Cycle
06:48
Putting it all Together
05:17
The Fear List Project
06:28
Section 6: Emergency Exercises
Introduction to Emergency Exercises
02:03
Emergency Exercises
Article
Section 7: Course Resources
Course Workbook
Article
Costs of Avoidance Worksheet
Article
Meditation - 10 minutes
Preview
11:34
Meditation - 15 minutes
15:04
The Pause
02:31
Sleep Meditation
13:12
Calming Panic Attacks and Extreme Anxiety Exercise
05:09

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Instructor Biography

Dr Matthew Lewis, Psychology Professor

I am currently a university academic teaching in psychology, health and personal development. In recent years I’ve helped design and deliver courses in mindfulness, positive psychology and Acceptance & Commitment Training (ACT) to the general public, and postgraduate Masters classes in positive psychology to coaches, trainers, teachers and health professionals. I’m passionate about helping individuals to understand the scientific research within the field of mindfulness, positive psychology and ACT, and in assisting them in applying it to their everyday lives. My purpose is to help people live rich, full and meaningful lives whatever circumstances they find themselves in.

I have been a university lecturer in the U.K. for over 10 years in both Psychology and Sport & Exercise Science Departments. I have an undergraduate BSc (Hons) degree in Sport & Exercise Science and PhD in Psychology. I was also a founding member of the Newcastle Centre for Positive Living at Northumbria University, a research and consultancy centre focusing on furthering the understanding and application of positive psychology. I have taught health psychology, exercise psychology, positive psychology and mindfulness to both undergraduate and post graduate students for over ten years. This has included teaching both mindfulness theory and applied practice to large and small groups of students and one-to-one sessions. I also teach experiential courses in positive psychology to the general public and applied mindfulness programmes to both students and staff.

When I developed my own company, I wanted to create a different kind of well-being and personal development business. The company is born out of compassion and the desire to help people to change their lives for the better, and from day one I’ve built the culture around a set of four guiding principles that reflect this:

  • Put people first
  • Keep it simple
  • Make it enjoyable
  • Optimise for happiness and well-being, not profit

  • I believe that by following my principles, passions and strengths, and doing things the right way, good things will happen (and the bottom line will take care of itself).

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