For many clients, anxiety can be crippling – it often stifles their personal and professional growth, shuts down their ability to form relationships, and sometimes even takes a toll on their physical health.
So how can we help clients disrupt the exhausting cycle of anxious thoughts and feelings?
Below, we created a free tool based on the work of Shelly Harrell, PhD for practitioners to share with their clients. It breaks down four key strategies to manage anxiety and reduce residual stress.
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Each of these strategies can be helpful because they give clients specific ways to highlight what’s meaningful in their life. And that can be key, because it shifts their relationship with anxiety away from fear and worry.
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What strategies have you used with clients struggling with stress and anxiety?
Please share your experience below.