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  • Absolutely SHOULD!
  • Absolutely SHOULD!
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  • “What can I do to stop an anxiety attack?” Fair enough question - but the answer is not brief. .
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Meds are bandaids. While taking prescription med...
  • “What can I do to stop an anxiety attack?” Fair enough question - but the answer is not brief. . . Meds are bandaids. While taking prescription meds may decrease your anxiety they will not fix the underlying cause. It may be necessary to get a short term prescription from your medical provider - just to get yourself in fighting shape. But don’t let it end there. . . Kicking anxiety and panic to the curb takes work - cognitive work, meditative work, food education & dietary changes, exercise, sleep habits, and more. . . Don’t go for the quick fix - seek lifelong solutions. #holisticpsychology #holisticpsychotherapy
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  • ABSOLUTELY!🙌🏻
  • ABSOLUTELY!🙌🏻
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  • I’ve been talking a lot about anxiety Let’s face it anxiety is a silent killer. A killer of joy, a killer of peace and a killer of being able to re...
  • I’ve been talking a lot about anxiety Let’s face it anxiety is a silent killer. A killer of joy, a killer of peace and a killer of being able to relax in your relationship. Anxiety is not going away easily you are going to need superpowers if you want to overcome it. Being calm is the superpower you need to help you. Secure Sophia already has a calm demeanor. She was born with it. Her nervous system is different from Nora or Isabella. Sophia can stay calm because she doesn’t see things as threatening. Good for Sophia. For the rest of us who are not as fortunate as Sophia (which is most of us) you are going to need strategies and tips to manage your anxiety. In dating and relationships you need to quiet or learn to silence your anxiety. The classic tips for anxiety management are relaxation-breathing, yoga, meditation, abc exercise to calm your nervous system. Combine these tips with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to think rationally. Your goal is to have a calm body and rational or neutral thoughts. I’ve written a blog post on Seven Tips for Dating Anxiety (See link in my bio) I break down all the psychological tips you can use to better manage. You got this you are a super hero. Go after it, tackle it! . . . . . #anxiety #anxietyrelief #anxietytreatment #nomoreanxiety #meditation #yoga #cognitivebehavioraltherapy #cbt #anxietytherapy #relax #nervous #nervoussystem #relationshipadvice #relationshipexpert #loveexpert #datecoach #relationshipcoach #soemotional #findlove #lovelessons #psychology #psychologists #clinicalpsychologist
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  • Transformations aren't always physical, but the way our bodies feel physically, directly effects our energy levels, our mindset, and our emotional ...
  • Transformations aren't always physical, but the way our bodies feel physically, directly effects our energy levels, our mindset, and our emotional state and rational way of thinking. When I get off track, I tend to eat foods that aren't whole foods (not always in moderation 🤦‍♀️) and find an excuse to skip a few workouts, not only does my body pay the price but I end up back on the emotional rollercoaster of anxiety, negative thoughts and self-doubt (and I HATE rollercoasters...both literally and figuratively 😉). It's amazing what a difference just a few days can make tho in turning yourself back around! I get alot of questions about HOW I do it. I dont drink any magic drinks or take any magic pills. I am just a busy mom of 4 who has learned how to navigate the painful endo belly bloat and diastasis recti by focusing on myself a bit. 🔸️I hydrated (drank half my water weight in ounces every day) 🔸️I fueled my body with protein, veggies and carbs that are loaded in fiber rather than empty carbs (dinners I ate a little more off track which you see on my stories...there was pasta but it's ok!) 🔸️I took some time for myself and got a workout in, at the end of the day, after the triplets were in bed. Daniel participated, which makes it a bit challenging but its teaching him healthy habits 😉 What physical or emotional change do you want to conquer this week?!
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  • |FEAR|
~Dear fear, I understand where you come from. I understand that life is insecure, that you are desperate for control. I understand that the ...
  • |FEAR| ~Dear fear, I understand where you come from. I understand that life is insecure, that you are desperate for control. I understand that the future is a mystery, and that all of this is hard to ignore. Believe me, I understand you. But that doesn't mean I let you lead the way in my life. You are allowed to be there, but I wont give you the power to control me. I won't send you away, or judge you. I accept that you're here, that you are part of me. I won't try to make you leave, because the more I resist, the stronger you will become. You may sit in my room, but I won't give you my attention. You, fear, are part of me, but you are not me, and I won't let you tell me that you are. . In my life I've struggled and still sometimes struggle a lot with fear and how to deal with it. For a long time I tried to push it away, I didn't want to feel fear, I wanted it gone. However, I've learned and later also experienced that the more you hate your fear, the more you try to push it away, the bigger it will become. Your focus is on the fear, and the more attention you give something, the more it will grow. So trying to discard your fear is not helpful at all. As Mooji so beautifully quotes: you can only be disturbed by that you have interesest in. So don't put too much interest in your fear. don't try to get rid of it, don't try to resist. Just let it be. . And though this theory is simple and clear, its quite hard to actually do it like this. But it already worked wonders on me and life is all about the journey right 😊 . I hope that this can help you as well dealing with your fear and anxiety. Do you know any other techniques to cope with fear? Share with us in the comments! . . btw this is me trying press handstand 😅 I'm not there yet.. . . . . . #psychologyadvice #psychologist #anxietytherapy #foodforthought #mindfulness #meditationgoals #meditationtips #anxietyrelief #anxietyrecovery #mentalhealth #yogagirl #yogajourney #yogatips #yogabody #yogaeverydamnday #beagoddess #practicepracticepractice #yogisofinstagram #yogini #yogalove #yogadaily #yogainspiration #yogagram #yogaforstrength #handstandpress #practicemakesprogress #healthinspo #strongissexy
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  • Forgot to post this earlier!
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  • TRUTH!🙌🏻
  • TRUTH!🙌🏻
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  • On loving someone with depression.
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If you have a friend, partner, or family member with depression, read on for tips on how you can support them...
  • On loving someone with depression. 🌧 If you have a friend, partner, or family member with depression, read on for tips on how you can support them. 🌧 🌧 🌧 🌧 [1]Always include your partner even when they can't or won't participate. Depression is a very isolating condition and it can be hard for the loved ones of a person with depression to keep reaching out when their invitations are constantly declined. But it is crucial that the individual with depression always knows he or she is wanted and included. People with depression can be hypersensitive to the effect that their condition has on their loved ones and hearing that their loved ones want them around can be so refreshing - even if they aren't able to participate all the time. 🌧 [2]Try to be understanding and sympathetic of their feelings without questioning or trying to rationalize with the logic behind them. Many people with depression don't have a readily identifiable cause for their condition. Sometimes people just feel depressed without an apparent trigger. In such cases it's not helpful to point out how great their life is and how they have no reason to be sad. They likely already know that and feel guilty about it. Saying they have nothing to be depressed about can come off as dismissive. Instead, offer empathy for the very real emotions they are feeling. Say things like "I can't imagine what that must feel like" or offer "Is there anything I can do to help?” 🌧 [3] Encourage them to seek treatment. It can be difficult for a person with depression to get out of bed and go see a therapist - or really to do anything! But you can make the recovery process more accessibly by offering to hold their hand while they make the phone call, accompanying them to their appointment, or just to being there when they get home to offer a hug and a listening ear. These actions can really motivate a person with depression to get the help they need.
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  • Do you need to talk to a therapist, but just can’t find the time to physically get there? Do you travel a lot for work? Drive kids around all day? ...
  • Do you need to talk to a therapist, but just can’t find the time to physically get there? Do you travel a lot for work? Drive kids around all day? Busy student schedule? . . That extra commute time to and from the therapist’s office can add to the time commitment. . . What if you could click a button on your phone or computer, right from your home, office, hotel room or dorm? . . . You can! . . I’m so excited to have fully launched tele-health, secure video therapy services to all CA residents! . . It’s super easy to book & pay. Telehealth services are covered by most insurance companies! . . BOOK NOW or contact me via my website - link in bio.
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  • Yesterday we crushed our first workout of the next 6 weeks together!
Our stress levels have been thru the roof for the past year and it was great t...
  • Yesterday we crushed our first workout of the next 6 weeks together! Our stress levels have been thru the roof for the past year and it was great to do this together ❤ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Do you workout with your other half?
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  • Men and women have different ways of communicating. I like to tell my heterosexual couples that it’s ok - I’ll translate for them, as I’m bilingual...
  • Men and women have different ways of communicating. I like to tell my heterosexual couples that it’s ok - I’ll translate for them, as I’m bilingual 😂😂. . . #relationshipstruggles #couplestherapy
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  • Starting a busy week with a little SLOW DOWN. My favorite itty-bitty-baby-self-care ⠀
-act is to wake up on a cold winter morning, get out of bed, ...
  • Starting a busy week with a little SLOW DOWN. My favorite itty-bitty-baby-self-care ⠀ -act is to wake up on a cold winter morning, get out of bed, and immediately lay back down on the couch under a blanket with a heating pad. Why? Cause I’m freaking freezing and mornings are the worst! But also, because this signals to me that there is time for a few minutes of rest, warmth, and self-love, even on this busiest of days.⠀ ......⠀ So often, our thinking is extremely BLACK & WHITE about self-care, wellness, slowing down: I must meditate an hour a day, I must do yoga eight times a week, I must get nine hours of sleep, I must make time to do nothing because that’s when I’m most creative, I must, I must, I MUST!⠀ ......⠀ ⠀ If we set the price of self-care too high, we will always find an excuse not to pay. Set the price LOW. A minute of deep breathing, a five minute phone call to your bestie, two minutes of staring out the window day dreaming, a new book. ⠀ ⠀ What itty-bitty-baby act of self care will you do today?
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  • We all like our comfort zone, dont we? Its uncomfortable when we push ourselves out of it, right? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I am taking this one quite literally. S...
  • We all like our comfort zone, dont we? Its uncomfortable when we push ourselves out of it, right? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I am taking this one quite literally. Stepping (pun intended 🤣) out of my comfort zone. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I've always been a yoga/pilates girl. I also LOVE slower paced lifting and I could do core work all day long, but cardio? Not this girl! I'm not built for cardio and I'm not coordinated at all when it comes to fast moves....BUT its time to switch things up for a bit. 20 minutes a day for 6 weeks. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I am telling myself I CAN handle just 20 minutes 😀 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ For myself (my sanity/my anxiety/fighting the winter blues), for my body (my post baby body), for my family (they deserve a calmer, more level headed mom and wife), and for my fit group ladies (my groups of busy ladies and exhausted mommas that are working out each day right along side me!). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Follow my journey outside of my comfort zone over the next 6 weeks on my Instagram stories 😀 and let me know if you want to push out of your comfort zone and join me! 👇
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  • LOVE THIS! SO TRUE!
  • LOVE THIS! SO TRUE!
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  • Veggie of the week❗️ Who can name this veggie❓

Eat diverse, organic, and local when available. Put one new veggie in your bag each week. Don’t kno...
  • Veggie of the week❗️ Who can name this veggie❓ Eat diverse, organic, and local when available. Put one new veggie in your bag each week. Don’t know what to do with it? GOOGLE #eatformentalhealth
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  • We all need some moments for ourselves. A moment alone. A moment to do something with the sole focus of re-fueling. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
This is my workout sp...
  • We all need some moments for ourselves. A moment alone. A moment to do something with the sole focus of re-fueling. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This is my workout space. My happy space 🤗 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ My "me time" space 🤗 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ My space to get my head back on straight ❤ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Where is your happy space? Do you go there daily to recoup? 👇
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  • Wow just wow let’s make some changes!
  • Wow just wow let’s make some changes!
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