Let's Deal With Anxiety!

A sensitively insensitive blog empowering you to deal with your anxiety. Written by a West Michigan anxiety specialist.    

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Let's face it, telling someone to face their fears or deal with their anxiety comes off as insensitive & typically is not well received. However, since 2015, that is exactly what I have told my clients as a leading anxiety specialist in the State of Michigan.   

My name is Shawn Nabors, I am the owner of The Anxiety Treatment Center of West Michigan and a mental health anxiety specialist who exclusively treats anxiety disorders.  There is a scary trend happening in our society, we are becoming more dependent on needing relief from our anxiety symptoms and becoming less capable of dealing with our anxiety & the things that trigger it.

 

Anxiety is by far the leading mental health issue in the U.S. & our inability to deal with it is a huge reason why.  As a specialist, I empathetically but firmly help my clients through their anxiety issues by helping them to deal with their anxiety-provoking triggers.  

The Let's Deal With Anxiety Blog is designed to be a resource for how to effectively deal with your anxiety issues in a variety of situations. In this blog, you will learn from an anxiety specialist effective techniques for facing your fears head-on.

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Let's Deal with Anxiety Blog: The Psychology of Anxiety Disorders



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The Psychology of Anxiety Disorders is an educational video in the 12-week anxiety skills course offered at The Anxiety Treatment Center of West Michigan that helps students understand how anxiety disorders are conditioned and maintained. Anxiety disorders are often under-explained as a simple fight or flight response. However, there is a lot of psychology that goes into the development and maintenance of an anxiety disorder. Psychology is primarily the study of behavior and cognition and how our thoughts and behaviors can negatively condition us. Anxiety disorders are primarily a conditioned response through psychological processes. In this video, you will better understand how a conditioned anxiety response develops and what psychological factors contribute to the conditioning of an anxiety disorder.

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Why Do I Have An Anxiety Problem? is a compelling educational video from our Online Anxiety Skills Course. This instructional video, presented by a West Michigan anxiety specialist, is intended to drastically change your perception of anxiety and why you may be struggling with it.

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Why Do I Have An Anxiety Problem?