When anxiety strikes, it not only consumes the mind . . .
. . . it can take hold in the body as well.
And chronic anxiety can contribute to a wealth of physiological problems, including chronic pain, fatigue, and insomnia – just to name a few.
Below, you’ll see how Pat Ogden, PhD worked with a teenaged girl to release anxiety that was stored in the body.
Pat is a pioneer in Somatic Psychology, and founder and director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute.
Check it out – it’s less than 4 minutes.
Anxiety can be so limiting for our clients. It can leave people feeling isolated and hold them back from having meaningful relationships.
But as Pat demonstrated, when we work skillfully with anxiety, it can help our clients develop confidence and embrace healthy change.
So now I’d like to hear from you. What have you found to be effective in working with anxiety?
Please leave a comment below.