These 15 anxiety, panic, PTSD and OCD videos compliment worksheets available in Telka's Tools Anxiety and Mood Page of this website. Feel free to use these and all materials on this site with the mental health provider of your choice.
Need help with Stage Fright? Hidden Brain Podcast Summer 2021 may help.
Video # 1 General anxiety
Embracing anxiety actually helps relieve it.
Similar to pain management, once you relax and stop fighting uncomfortable emotions,
you learn to tolerate rather than fear your anxiety.
Video # 2 High preforming perfectionists often do not realize they have anxiety. Learn more by watching this video
2 minutes 2016
Video # 3
Harnessing Your Fear
Martha Beck PhD explains how our ancestors brains "fight or flight" triggers will impact our anxiety today.
9 minutes 2012
Video # 4 Learn What a Panic Attack is.
A panic attack is a false alarm. You are not dying, you just feel like you are. Understanding what is happening to your body is the first step toward coping with panic attacks. Information is power. 4 minutes 2009
Video # 5 Learn how to cope with the typical bodily sensations associated with panic attacks. 4 minutes 2009
Video #6 The Psychology of PTSD
Many of us will experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Sometimes, we escape with no long-term effects. But for millions of people, those experiences linger, causing symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, and negative thoughts that interfere with everyday life. Joelle Rabow Maletis details the science behind post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. 2018 5 min
Video # 8 Identify distorted, catastrophic thinking. Calm your mind and your anxiety with a reality check by seeking solutions with more rational thought. 4 minutes 2017
Video # 9 Join Brene Brown in this brief video on SuperSoul Sunday | Oprah Winfrey Network 4 minutes 2018
Video # 12. What I learned from 100 days of rejection. Jia Jiang TEDxMt.Hood 16 minutes 2015
Video # 13. Call it by it's name.
OCD is a brain thing..this 3 minute video helps you understand how thoughts get stuck in your head 2015
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