Anxiety Management

Our Anxiety Management Program focuses on helping individuals to recognize and overcome their problems with anxiety. Anxiety is a problem in our society and in our nation’s schools. In fact, 1 in 8 Children and 1 in 5 adults experience anxiety. This is why having tools and techniques to manage anxiety is so important. Read on to see how our Anxiety Management Program can provide benefits to your school or program.

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Our program breaks Anxiety Management down into three main competencies:

Self-Control: Self-control is all about users being in charge of their own feelings or emotions. It’s being able to deal with stressful situations in an assertive and positive manner. In The Anxiety Management Program users learn how to deal with the anxiety in the moment so that it doesn’t have the opportunity to take control.

Stress Management: Stress Management is all about learning how to recognize, control, and eventually minimize the stress in everyday life. Stress is one of the principal triggers of anxiety. So learning how to manage stress in a healthy way is a huge first step to being able to manage anxiety effectively.

Physical Wellness: Physical Wellness is all about users taking care of their own physical well-being. This is often one of the most overlooked aspects to Anxiety Management, but it is one of the most important. Having a fit body that is able to deal with the tasks of living easily and that is resilient to the physical manifestations of stress and anxiety is key to anxiety management.

Thanks for tuning into our first post in this series on Anxiety Management. If you’d like to learn more about how The Anxiety Management Program works, download our PDF brochure here.

About the Author:

Anna is a copywriter at The Conover Company. She graduated from St. Norbert College with a degree in Elementary Education. She enjoys researching and writing about soft skills and has seen first-hand the difference that soft skills make in the world of education. She currently lives in Wisconsin with her husband and two daughters.

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