Join a free discussion on addressing ways to treat anxiety naturally at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Anxiety disorders are among the most common presenting problems that counselors and psychologists see in practice. A little bit of anxiety is helpful, enhances performance and was vital to human evolution. But too much anxiety can be associated with a host of other challenges, including insomnia, substance abuse, avoidant behaviors and increased worry.
Do you know where you fall on the spectrum? Learn when anxiety is helpful and when it's not at our free Living Naturally talk “Holistic Approaches to Managing Anxiety,” by Amy Davis, PsyD, BS (’05), clinical training director for the Bastyr University Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program and Debra Brammer, ND a clinical faculty member and the associate clinical dean for the Naturopathic Medicine program at Bastyr University.
Drs. Davis and Brammer will discuss how to address anxiety through exercise, meditation, mindfulness and other natural ways. You also will learn how to redirect anxiety in ways that are meaningful and helpful.
Bastyr University and its teaching clinic, Bastyr Center for Natural Health, are proud to present "Living Naturally: Conversations on Health and Happiness with Bastyr Experts" — a free series of talks with accomplished Bastyr faculty members. Each conversation will take place at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle and feature an audience Q-and-A session. Come learn from our experts and discuss what health and happiness mean to you.
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