Mind-Body Workbook for Anxiety
Effective Tools for Overcoming Panic, Fear, and Worry
Published by: New Harbinger Publications
Imprint: New Harbinger Publications
If you suffer from anxiety, panic, and worry, you are by no means alone. In fact, anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the United States. But if you’ve tried traditional treatment without success, you may be ready for a new approach.
In Mind-Body Workbook for Anxiety, Stanley Block, MD, and Carolyn Bryant Block present their fourth workbook utilizing the innovative and proven-effective mind-body bridging technique. Inside, you’ll find easy-to-use self-help exercises that will help you to stop identifying with anxious thoughts and feelings while allowing your body to relax and let go of unconscious tension.
Mind-body bridging is a proven-effective method of self-help that teaches you how to regulate strong emotions such as anxiety, anger, worry, and more. You will learn how to become aware of your anxious thoughts, experience them without pushing them away, and then use your physical senses to become more grounded and relaxed. By experiencing this simple mind-body shift, you will gain an immediate sense of relief with long-lasting results.
If you are ready to finally gain control over your anxiety symptoms, this book has the potential to change your life. For more information about Stanley and Carolyn Bryant Block and the innovating technique of mind-body bridging, visit bridgingforlife.com.
“The Mind-Body Workbook for Anxiety is an incredibly effective resource for managing anxiety and stress. I use this program in my clinical practice as well as my personal life, and have seen people radically reduce their anxiety in as little as one session. I recently worked with a client who is a survivor of several rapes. Almost daily, she experienced high levels of anxiety and overwhelming thoughts, and found herself shutting down in certain situations. After using the skills of mind-body bridging (MBB) for only one week, she stated, ‘This has changed my life! Where was this three years ago when I really needed it? I have finally found something that works!’ I have seen life-changing transformations in many clients and know this program works. Choosing to integrate MBB into your everyday practices can relieve your anxiety and change your life forever.”
—Rachel Jenkins-Lloyd, MSN, therapist and forensic nurse at Salt Lake Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners and assistant professor at Roseman University
“This Mind-Body Workbook for Anxiety reduces anxiety and stress within days by empowering the reader to self-heal. The mind-body mapping exercises in the book let the reader personally experience the shift from a faulty brain network to his or her natural healing executive functioning. I have witnessed the dramatic impact of using the easy-to-apply tools in this workbook personally and in my work with patients suffering from anxiety and depression. As Block says, ‘Self-healing is your birthright.’”
—Peter D. Farr, MD, medical director of addiction medicine, Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, Indiana and member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine
"Mind-body bridging is brilliant in its simplicity and profound in its results. By far the most effective and easiest tool I have used both personally and professionally to achieve life-changing results. The symptoms of anxiety rapidly fade as we use our innate powers to overcome the self-defeating mind-body tug of war present in all of us. By learning and applying the simple techniques in this workbook, healing occurs spontaneously and powerfully.”
—Maxann Shwartz, PhD, founder of Clinical, Forensic, and Neuropsychology Associates of New Mexico
“Using the mind-body bridging (MBB) tools described in the Mind-Body Workbook for Anxiety has had a very profound impact on my personal and professional life. I use these tools regularly with my patients and there is not only a rapid relief of symptoms, but a remarkably deep transformation that empowers their lives. I strongly recommend this book to all doctors and their patients.”
—Heli Jussila-Martineau, MD, Helsinki, Finland