Are struggling with coronavirus anxiety? Are you experiencing an increase in fear and uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic? Do you need help coping with coronavirus anxiety?
If you’re nodding your head in agreement, this video is for you friend.
In today’s bonus YouTube video, Dr. Catherine Pittman and I have a conversation where she delivers nuggets of wisdom on how your thoughts are triggering your coronavirus anxiety.
She dives into:
- What creates anxiety in your brain
- The difference between fear and anxiety
- The difference between fear and worry
- How your cortex creates anxiety
- Tips and tricks to help calm cortex-based anxiety
- How to reduce coronavirus anxiety
Curious who Dr. Pittman is?
Dr. Pittman, Ph.D., HSPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist and psychology professor at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN. She’s a practicing clinical psychologist (and my anxiety mentor) who has been treating anxiety for over 30 years.
She’s also the co-author of my FAV book Rewire Your Anxious Brain.
If you’re ready to hit play and listen to all these goodies, be sure to click here.
Happy viewing, my friend!
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