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Expert Tips: Supplemental Resources for The Anti-Anxiety Notebook

August 02, 2022

Expert Tips: Supplemental Resources for The Anti-Anxiety Notebook
By the Therapy Notebooks Team

Managing anxious and stressful thoughts requires a multi-pronged approach. Included below are additional tools, resources, and worksheets—made by therapists—that you can use alongside The Anti-Anxiety Notebook.

Resource 1: Soothe the Fight or Flight Response

What It Is:
Self-soothing techniques are critical for 
when your mind is sounding alarm bells.

How to Use:
Try all of the techniques in the resource a few times, and identify which one is most effective for you.

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Resource 2: Understanding Anxiety

What It Is:
This resource looks similar to The Anti-Anxiety Notebook journal entries. But instead of focusing on naming your thoughts, you’ll focus on naming your behavior.

How to Use:
Try going through this exercise as a companion to The Anti-Anxiety Notebook journal entry and as a standalone. When you understand how your behavior is tied to your thoughts, it makes it much easier to understand why reframing is helpful and effective.

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This article is not therapy or a replacement for therapy with a licensed professional. It is designed to provide information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is not engaged in rendering psychological, financial, legal, or other professional services. If expert assistance or counseling is needed, seek the services of a competent professional.

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