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Your Anxiety Beast and You is a kinder, more compassionate approach for people suffering from anxiety.

Don’t live with an enemy inside your mind, see anxiety for what it really is—an inner hero. It tries to protect you from threats but gets confused about what the true threats are. Learn to cope and train your anxiety to be a better inner-companion through methods based on compassion-focused therapy, CBT and ACT with humour and compassion.

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Dr. Eric Goodman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, author, and speaker who specializes in helping people face their social fears and anxiety disorders. He has been a lecturer at Northeastern University and California Polytechnic State University. In addition to his private practice in San Luis Obispo, California, he runs Social Courage groups and retreats. He is the author of Social Courage: Coping and thriving with the reality of social anxiety (Exisle). He lives in San Luis Obispo with his wife, three kids, dog, and their anxiety beasts.

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The Dennis Relojo-Howell Show

Brisbane Courier Mail – reviewed “See anxiety as an alert bodyguard with the impulse control of a toddler, advises the author. He says the best way to preserve mental health is to accept the way anxiety makes us feel and develop tools to reduce the harm.”


Good Reading
“Clearly and simply written … the author has great empathy for those who live with a (anxiety) beast”


Earth Garden Magazine
“Loaded with hands-on practical advice … (this book) would make a great tool for parents – or anyone who finds themselves overwhelmed in these changing times.”


KSBY
“Mental Health Experts Offer Advice on Managing Anxiety During Coronavirus Outbreak” Click here to read more

BPS – The Pyschologist

‘Anxiety frequently howls at shadows where there are no true threats’

What is an anxiety beast? Do we all have one? The anxiety beast is a metaphorical and compassionate way of looking at our experience of anxiety. Like the beast in the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, our anxiety superficially feels like a monster, but upon closer inspection it turns out to be a misunderstood hero.


Female.com.au

Your Anxiety Beast and You Interview

Your Anxiety Beast and You is a kinder, more compassionate approach for people suffering from anxiety. Don’t live with an enemy inside your mind, see anxiety for what it really is”an inner hero. It tries to protect you from threats but gets confused about what the true threats are.


Body+Soul

Instagram has never been more boring. So why are we will tuning in?

A clinical psychologist explains how you can cleanse yourself of social media anxiety and improve your mental health. Sourdough, wine and Zoom meetings. Candles, smoothies and crystals. Stylish desks with chic stationery that has never been written on. Push-up challenges and streamed fitness videos and home gym setups, accompanied by running maps and fitspo pics.

Welldoing.org – Dr Eric Goodman Guest Article

Why a Compassionate Approach to Living with Anxiety is Key

Anxiety about being anxious often makes our feelings even harder to live with Dr Eric Goodman asks you to discover a new relationship with your anxiety, a compassionate one If you are living with chronic anxiety, we have therapists and counsellors ready to support you – find yours here Anxiety can feel like such a beast.

Your Life Choices

The ‘beast’ that is stalking us as we battle COVID-19

Reach out to other people safely. ‘Social distancing’ can be better thought of as ‘physical distancing’ while safely socialising. Reach out to friends, family, neighbours or acquaintances safely, using phone or internet. A brief friendly chat can do wonders for our mental health in difficult times.

Across the Margin – Podcast with Dr Eric Goodman

Episode 80: Your Anxiety Beast and You | Across the Margin: The Podcast on acast

In this episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast we find host Michael Shields in conversation with clinical psychologist and anxiety disorders / OCD specialist Dr. Eric Goodman.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America – Feature

A Compassionate Guide to Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic Part 1: Understanding Why We Are so Anxious Right Now

Life in the time of a pandemic is difficult. Our lives have suddenly and dramatically narrowed while we try to avoid an invisible threat which has been spreading across our planet. And where there is even the whiff of a threat, there is anxiety.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

A Compassionate Guide to Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic Part 2: Managing Your Anxiety

Telling oneself not to be anxious during the COVID-19 pandemic is like trying to tell water not to be wet. These are anxious times. The question is not how can I be anxiety free right now, but how can I best manage the anxiety that shows up?

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Your Anxiety Beast and You is a kinder, more compassionate approach for people suffering from anxiety.

Don’t live with an enemy inside your mind, see anxiety for what it really is—an inner hero. It tries to protect you from threats but gets confused about what the true threats are. Learn to cope and train your anxiety to be a better inner-companion through methods based on compassion-focused therapy, CBT and ACT with humour and compassion.

Specifications: 9781925820331 | Paperback | 229 x 152mm/ 9 x 6 inches | 216 pages