#26 Are Unresolved Childhood Emotions Triggering Your Anxiety? – Consult w/ Dr. Jessica Bol, PhD PSY on Patient “John” Part 3 of 4

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Not every response is right for every situation; what is healthy and adaptive in one context might be dysfunctional in another. In the second installment of this month’s four-part series, real therapy patient “John” talks about the tools that have helped him invite a more nuanced response to shifting circumstances.

Our goal is to show everyone that they are not alone, there is nothing wrong with them, and help guide them to a more peaceful and enjoyable way of life so if you feel any benefit from this episode please let us know by leaving an iTunes review, sharing this episode on social media and emailing a link to anyone you think would also find benefit here. Thank you.

Disclaimer: Please consult your doctor or therapist before attempting any strategies shared.

1:19 – Handling anticipatory anxiety

2:33 – Worst-case scenarios

6:51 – Shifting out of heightened responsibility

8:32 – Anger

10:34 – Curiosity

13:14 – People Pleasing

15:37 – Uncertainty

18:52 – Challenges in group therapy

22:56 – Vulnerability

24:36 – Dealing with disgust

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Dr. Maggie Perry

I’m your host Dr. Maggie Perry, a licensed psychologist with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. I am also the founder of the online group therapy platform Huddle.care.

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