Providing solutions and strategies to feel better in your lives.
Introduction to the Anxiety-Buster Confidence-Booster Podcast (Mar 2019) - If you are suffering any form of anxiety and confidence issues, then this podcast series is for you. If you really want to give anxiety the boot and live a better, happier life, these episodes are designed to give you the tools and solutions, strategies and insights to get your life back without the ‘what ifs’...
- The Anxious Brain
- Anxiety v Stress v Panic Attacks
- What Parents of Anxious Teenagers Must Know
- Professionals & Anxiety in the Workplace
- Stopping a Panic Attack in Less Than 15 seconds
- Why Talking Therapies can be Ineffective
- Rewiring the Brain (neuroplasticity)
- Social Media Anxiety
- PTSD (Trauma) – Generic, Sexual Abuse, Accident
- How Tinder Can Cause Anxiety
If you are suffering any form of anxiety and confidence issues, then this podcast series is for you. If you really want to give anxiety the boot and live a better, happier life, these episodes are designed to give you the tools and solutions, strategies and insights to get your life back without the ‘what ifs’.
Each week I’ll speak about a topic related to all forms of anxiety, confidence and emotional resilience.
Anxiety can happen to anyone, anytime. The good news is there is nothing wrong with you, did you hear that. Nothing.
It’s just the brain has gotten stuck in anxiety mode and needs some re-wiring and the great thing is, it can be. Neuroscientists now know the brain is neuroplastic, meaning it can be changed. It does, however, take real focus, energy and commitment. But let’s face it when anxiety has you in it’s grip you are actually using energy, focus and commitment to keep it alive, you don’t know how to let it go yet…You’re so ‘in it’ you can‘t see the wood for the trees. So, wouldn’t it be better to use that focus, energy and commitment to change it to something you do want.
So if you want to change your mindset then please subscribe to these free podcast you will also have from time to time access to some complementary resources to help you re-programme your mind. https://denisebosque.com/podcast)
So this is Denise Bosque signing off until next time when I am going to talk to you about what‘s happening in the brain when you are anxious and the different approaches and methods you can use to change the wiring.
So remember whatever happens this week, (it will pass) all things do, so eyes up, and onward and upwards.
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An Excellent Revision Strategy (May 2019) - The following process is actually quite simple and soon it will become second nature. You'll also see the benefits when you need to study for extended periods. Strategies for Exam Success (May 2019) - During the exam period, let's find out what you can do to reduce anxiety, feel more in control, be relaxed, yet alert. Anxiety Solutions (Oct 2018) - There are many therapies out there and it can be difficult to find the right one to match the person... Drawing Therapy Helping Children (Apr 2018) - When a young child or adolescent begins to display unhealthy behaviours, at school or at home, they don't have the necessary language to express themselves, so it comes out in other ways, usually negatively, such as anger, violence, sadness, anxiety, withdrawal, etc.
The core of Drawing & Talking is not for therapist intervention, or to interpret the drawing, but to allow the child to feel emotionally better. Drawing Therapy For Children (Jan 2018) - I've recently finished a training in Drawing and Talking, which allows young people to express negative emotions, and ultimately to move forward in their life.
Where D&T differs from many other therapies is that instead of being a formal therapy it's very much focused on the child (or adult) expressing parts of themselves, and what they may be going through internally, currently, and/or historically. Mental Health, Cakes and Communication (Sep 2016) - The stigma about mental health is really ridiculous, most people will have a mental health problem at some point in their life, even if just very mildly... Anxiety & Recovery (Feb 2016) - Anxiety condition and its physiological effects have been conditioned over years, so that feeling of fear has become a habit stored in the sub conscious mind. It becomes a habit in your daily life activated by all sorts of triggers. The body has been ‘re-set’ at a higher level of anxiety.
However, all that can stop and be re-conditioned with The Linden Method.
Interview: 17-year-old who used to suffer from Anxiety (May 2019) - "...From the first session it definitely gave me motivation and a change of mindset and I could see a pathway... You equipped me with technique and mindset that I can use to deal with it... My overall confidence has benefited from these sessions" “I used to link my self-worth with my exam performance” (July 2016) - "Before meeting with Denise I had exam anxiety and often linked my self-worth with my exam performance. Since working with Denise, not only has my confidence improved, but I am also much calmer when coping with daily stress/anxieties. Denise a positive influence and has enabled me to break down and manage exam and other stresses in my life. Thank you for all your help!" “Meeting with Denise just a few times for anxiety issues has changed my life” (March 2015) - "It is no exaggeration that Denise has saved my life. Before we met I was struggling with a debilitating anxiety which presented itself as regular intense chest pain. Over time I stopped enjoying life, I was so afraid of the terrifying chest pains that I stopped going out with friends and I rarely enjoyed spending time with my children, life really did not feel worth living. Meeting with Denise just a few times for anxiety issues has changed my life. I very rarely get chest pains now and if I do Denise has given me the tools to deal with it... “I felt you’ve given my life back” (September 2012) - "Hi Denise! Thank you ever so much for your help. I felt you've given my life back 🙂 You're definitely a star! Thank you also for your kind emails, I hope we remain in touch & if I am in trouble again I will certainly call you. I can't thank you enough!"