Calming the Storm - Coming Soon!

Discover new ways to soothe anxiety and regain rest and calm.

Do you live with anxiety?

Does your mind jump to worst-case scenarios when you feel unsettled? Do you avoid certain situations for fear of becoming overwhelmed? Do you have difficulty sleeping, or even relaxing?

My new program, Calming the Storm offers hope. I've collected the most effective strategies, the ones which I've seen bring about the best results for my clients over the years, and am offering them online for the first time.

This program will be available September 2017. If you'd like to know more, check out this short video introduction, and you'll be notified when program registration opens.

What You Can Expect From Calming the Storm

* A deeper understanding of anxiety, and how to soothe both mind and body.

* Ways to get back in touch with relaxation and sleep.

* How to de-escalate when triggered.

* Communicating with your inner awareness: what is anxiety telling you?

* Reconnecting with healthy self-protection.

* Confidential access from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

What's included?

1 Video
0.3 hrs
Stephanie Peter, MA, RCC, SEP
Stephanie Peter, MA, RCC, SEP
Registered Clinical Counsellor

About the Facilitator

For over 25 years, I have helped people to create healthier futures for themselves by providing education and counselling. I've been particularly successful working with those whose life experiences have led to stress, depression, anxiety, chronic illness and a desire for change. My approach goes beyond typical counselling, as I take a whole body approach to healing.

In my online programs, we look at thoughts, feelings, behaviours as well as the physical symptoms that you struggle with, and use all of this information to improve your health. Looking at the bigger picture gives clarity, as well as longer-lasting change. People leave my programs with new ideas, energy and hope.

Learn more about Calming the Storm

Register here - FREE

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