Elizabeth Cush On Managing Anxiety

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Managing Anxiety: A Real-life Example

Sooner or later, you’re going to hit your anxiety head on. In this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush shares her personal experience with managing anxiety in a triggering situation.

We all struggle with anxiety in moments of our lives when we just have to call a truce.
— Elizabeth Cush, LCPC

Show Notes:

Imagine yourself at an out-of-town convention with thousands of strangers. If you think you’d feel anxious in that environment, listen to this week’s episode of the Woman Worriers podcast. Host Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, a licensed professional therapist and founder of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., recently put herself in that exact situation. This week she shares what it was like to be in an environment where she often felt anxious, but didn’t want to let her anxiety take over — and the benefits she enjoyed from facing her fears.

Listen and learn:

  • How a therapist manages her own anxiety

  • That you are not alone in struggling with anxiety

  • What we can learn from each other’s anxiety stories

  • Why you might choose to be in a situation that makes you anxious

  • How recognizing what triggers your anxiety helps you manage it

  • What you could miss by putting anxiety in the driver’s seat

  • Quick ways to feel connected in social situations

  • How to enjoy the experience even though you have anxiety

  • Where to connect with other women who are working on managing their anxiety

Learn More

> Women Mindfully Managing Anxiety groups in Annapolis, Md.

> Request a free guide to starting a meditation practice.

> Guided meditations from Progression Counseling

> Progression Counseling


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