Free Yourself from Anxiety
by: Sounds True Inc • 0
Stress isn’t good or bad; it’s just a part of life. The trouble starts when we don’t know how to work with it effectively. Through a unique approach that combines simple mindfulness practices and breakthrough insights from cognitive therapy, the Free Yourself from Anxiety app gives you a powerful antidote to the debilitating effects and emotional suffering of everyday stress. Join clinical psychologist and Columbia University professor Dr. Erin Olivo for a liberating program to help you transform your experience of anxiety and return to a life of wholeness and balance.
- The three major ways stress manifests itself—physically, psychologically, and behaviorally
- The remarkable and scientifically validated changes we can initiate through regular mindfulness practice
- Five guided mindfulness meditations to relax and calm the body, bring your full and open attention to your experience in the moment, create a healing space to work with anxiety, and more
You can’t get away from stress—but you can learn to manage it with wisdom and compassion. Whether used to complement an existing treatment plan or as part of a daily approach to building your resilience, the Free Yourself from Anxiety app gives you a toolbox of skills for success in today’s demanding world.
The Free Yourself from Anxiety app features:
- Breakthrough insights and guided practices for managing stress (1 hour, 55 minutes of audio)
- A Good Minute—video selections that offer concentrated wisdom to inspire you anytime
- A relaxing slide show
- An interactive vine garden to enjoy while listening (iPad only)
- Bookmarking to help you easily find your favorite content
About the Author
Erin Olivo, PhD, MPH, is an assistant clinical professor of medical psychology at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She is the former director of the Columbia Integrative Medicine Program, which she headed in collaboration with Dr. Mehmet Oz. Dr. Olivo has intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and clinical hypnosis and has a psychotherapy practice in New York City.