Dr Jess Bolton shares a powerful understanding of anxiety and leads you through an interactive course to help you find your freedom.
Sharing the four different pathways anxiety can take in your body, this course helps you build your understanding of what is happening for you and helps you learn how to respond effectively.
Anxiety can be debilitating, blocking you from being the person you truly are. Past difficulties and future worries remaining ever-present can take us round in endless cycles.
This interactive journey helps you build your sense of internal safeness, practice effective responses and find your freedom. These essential building blocks give an invaluable foundation from which to build your emotional capacity.
Dr Jess Bolton
A woman on a mission to challenge the culture of burying emotional experiences. She passionately believes that a world where people fully embrace their emotions would be a more effective, safe and environmentally secure place. Over the past 20 years as a clinical psychologist, she has helped hundreds of people experiencing chronic debilitating anxiety to find their freedom.
Specialising in helping when help has previously not been effective and when help has been even been harmful, she holds these challenges in mind within this and all her courses.
Why is the course in 5 parts?
Anxiety is a signal and a guide, it is also a massive challenge to deal with.
Rush.... give up... these are responses to high anxiety, and this course helps you overcome both of them.
Access to the course increases slowly, five parts over five days. You can take much longer to complete the course, and our staged release is simply designed to help you to learn.
It isn't easy to take a step towards anxiety. We naturally want to move away from it.
Take this step towards it, so you can notice precisely what is happening and respond much more effectively.
Taking control of your attention and your mind, to help you take control of your life.
Find your pace
We approach the course in a specific way to help you find the balance between learning and regulating.
- Barriers to Regulating Red Anxiety
- Distracted - drifting attention a barrier to red anxiety regulation?
- Dismissal or undermining - 'it isn't important that I regulate red anxiety' - is this a barrier?
- Projection - a barrier to regulating red anxiety?
- Feeling judged? - a barrier to regulating red anxiety
- Guided practices - red anxiety regulation
- Guided practices - It's safe to learn and stretch
- Guided practices - ready to rest
- Love is time, energy, effort and attention
- Ta da!
"Brilliant. Full of really useful information and tools. A really invaluable course. Definitely recommended."
"So much that's help cut through the crap and chatter!"
Lovely... this course is really inspiring!!!
I love the slow pace and the calming words!