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SUMMARY: A few months ago, I posted on social media and asked “What are your best tips for depression” and the response was incredible. Hundreds of people weighed in and shared their best tips for managing depression with OCD and other anxiety disorders. In This Episode: Hundreds of people with depression shared what skills they use to manage OCD a…
 
In This Episode, we discuss: Is it important that you stop doing all your compulsions? How can I practice Self-Compassion as you move through recovery? How can you balance facing fears and also being gentle on yourself? Links To Things I Talk About: ERP School: https://www.cbtschool.com/erp-school-lp Episode Sponsor: This episode of Your Anxiety To…
 
In This Episode: What is whack-a-mole obsessions? Why do my obsessions keep changing? What is the treatment for fears that keep changing? Episode Sponsor: This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit is brought to you by CBTschool.com. CBTschool.com is a psychoeducation platform that provides courses and other online resources for people with anxiety, OCD,…
 
SUMMARY: Today, I share what to do when you get “bad” news. This episode will share a recent situation I got into where I had to use all of my mindfulness and self-compassion tools. Check it out! Episode Sponsor: This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit is brought to you by CBTschool.com. CBTschool.com is a psychoeducation platform that provides course…
 
SUMMARY: In this episode, we talk with Lisa Coyne about ACT For mental compulsions. Lisa Coyne addressed how to use Acceptance and Commitment therapy for overcoming mental compulsions. We cover how to identify your values using a fun little trick! In This Episode: How to use Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to manage mental compulsions How to practi…
 
SUMMARY: In this week's podcast, we talk with Dr. Reid Wilson. Reid discussed how to get the theme out of the way and play the moment-by moment game. Reid shares his specific strategies for managing mental compulsion. You are not going to want to miss one minute of this episode. Covered in This Episode: Getting your Theme out of the way The importa…
 
SUMMARY: In this weeks podcast, we talk with Dr Jon Grayson about managing mental compulsions. Jon talks about how to use Acceptance to manage strong intrusive thoughts and other obsessions. Jon addressed how to use acceptance with OCD, GAD and other Anxiety disorders. Covered in This Episode: What is a Mental Compulsion? What is the difference bet…
 
SUMMARY: In this weeks podcast, we have my dearest friend Shala Nicely talking about how she manages mental compulsions. In this episode, Shala shares her lived experience with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and how she overcomes mental rituals. In This Episode: How to reduce mental compulsions for OCD and GAD. How to use Flooding Techniques with Me…
 
SUMMARY: Covered in This Episode: What is a Mental Compulsion? What is the difference between Mental Rumination and Mental Compulsions? How to use Mindfulness for Mental Compulsions How to “Label and Abandon” intrusive thoughts and mental compulsions How to use Awareness logs to help reduce mental rituals and mental rumination Links To Things I Tal…
 
SUMMARY: Welcome to the first week of this 6-part series on Mental Compulsions. This week is an introduction to mental compulsions. Ove the next 6 weeks, we will hear from many of the leaders in our feild on how to manage mental compulsions using many different strategies and CBT techniques. Next week, we will have Jon Hershfield to talk about how …
 
SUMMARY: This episode addresses some common questions people have about anxiety and arousal. Oftentimes, we are too afraid to talk about anxiety and arousal, so I thought I would take this opportunity to address some of the questions you may have and take some of the stigma and shame out of discussing anxiety and how it impacts arousal, orgasm, int…
 
In this week’s podcast episode, we are reflecting on the question, “Does anxiety make you need to pee or poop? Yes, you read that right! Today, we are talking ALL about how anxiety can cause frequent urination and the fear of peeing your pants. Have you found yourself getting anxious you might need to pee or poop in public which, in turn, makes you…
 
In todays podcast episode, together we do a self-compassion check in. First, we address what is self-compassion and then, we check in on our needs. Mindful Self-Compassion involves first, being aware of what we need and what needs tending to. In this episode, we also walk through a self-compassion meditation together. In This Episode: What is Self-…
 
In this week’s episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, I share what I learned from my 3-day silent meditation retreat. This 3-day silent meditation retreat was rough, I won’t lie. I had to ride many highs and lows, so I wanted to share them with you. Links To Things I Talk About: Tara Brach Silent Meditation Retreat home schedule https://www.tarab…
 
Common treatment of derealization and depersonalization Kimberley Quinlan SUMMARY: Derealization & depersonalization are common experiences of anxiety. In this episode, we take a look at the definition of derealization and depersonalization. We also explore the common symptoms of derealization and depersonalization and the treatment of derealizatio…
 
SUMMARY: Overcoming Health Anxiety is possible! Today, we interview Ken Goodman and his client Maria on overcoming hpyochondria using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In this episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, you will learn key concepts of health anxiety and how to overcome their health anxiety. In This Episode: What it is like to have health a…
 
SUMMARY: Many people ask me, “Why do I have anxiety?” and the truth is, there is no clear-cut answer. However, in this week's episode, I give you nine possible causes of anxiety and what you can do to manage anxiety in your daily life. Some causes are in your control, and some are not. Either way, it is important that you are super gentle with your…
 
SUMMARY: In today's podcast episode, we have Dean Stott from DLC Anxiety talking about his experience with Panic Disorder and Overcoming Panic Disorder. In his upcoming book, Greater Than Panic, Dean talks about what it was like for him to experience agoraphobia, panic disorder, and other struggles after the death of his father. Dean spread an insp…
 
SUMMARY: We all know that self-compassion is am important tool for anxiety recovery. In this weeks episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit podcast, I address a common concern; “What if I dont deserve self-compassion?” This is such a common reason people do not provide themselves with compassion. In this episode, review the reasons YOU DO DESERVE SELF-COMPA…
 
SUMMARY: This week’s episode is incredibly inspiring, with Lora Dudek talking all about getting real about OCD recovery. Lora shares her experience of having harm obsessions and harm OCD and how she managed being a mom during ERP. Lora also shared some wonderful ERP activities she did to help her keep track of her exposures. In This Episode: What O…
 
SUMMARY: Today, we are going to talk with you about the 7 common struggle you have with time management. Do you find yourself constantly looking at the clock? Or, wishing time would go faster? Do you feel like your to-do list is so long that you will never get them done? Or, do you feel like you never have time to prioritize yourself? In today's, p…
 
SUMMARY: In this episode, we review how important it is to address procrastination, as it impacts so many people in so many ways. We also will review how procrastination is the same thing as avoidance and how people can work towards implementing time management skills to help them build a routine that helps them get the things they want to get done…
 
SUMMARY: Today we have Amanda White, an amazing therapist who treats anxiety, eating disorders and substance use. Amanda is coming onto the podcast today to talk about her book, Not Drinking Tonight and how we can all have a healthy relationship with alcohol. Amanda White talks about ways you can address your relationship with alcohol, in addition …
 
In today’s episode, Kimberley Quinlan talks about the importance of identifying catastrophic thinking. The reason this is so important is that this type of cognitive distortion or cognitive error can increase one’s experience of anxiety and panic, making it harder to manage it at the moment. Kimberley talks about the importance of mindfulness and s…
 
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