The Anxiety Journal: 7 Weeks of Prompts and Exercises to Overcome Anxiety (Paperback)

The Anxiety Journal: 7 Weeks of Prompts and Exercises to Overcome Anxiety By Richard S. Gallagher, LMFT Cover Image


Start your 7-week journey to understanding and managing anxiety

Anxiety looks and feels different for everyone, but there are tools that can help you live a fulfilled and happy life—and this journal shows you how to use them. Over the course of 7 weeks, you’ll learn how to cope with anxiety through proven strategies such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness. As you move through each exercise, you’ll develop clearer self-awareness, find inner calm, and rediscover happiness. 

  • Build an anxiety toolkit—Create an anxiety management strategy that's tailored to your own experiences and can help you handle any situation.
  • Express your feelings—Guided journal prompts encourage you to explore and confront your emotions, so you can come to terms with your anxiety triggers and what coping mechanisms work best for you.
  • Bring change into your life—Feel optimistic and in control with everyday practices tracking your symptoms, writing about how anxiety impacts you, and setting goals for the future.

Prepare for a more positive mindset with this hands-on anxiety journal.

About the Author

RICHARD S. GALLAGHER, LMFT, is a psychotherapist based in upstate New York who specializes in treating anxiety disorders. He is the author of numerous communications skills books including Stress-Free Small Talk, What to Say to a Porcupine, and The Customer Service Survival Kit.

Praise For…

“This practical tool empowers readers to be their own coaches and find the tools that work for them in managing anxiety. Gallagher does a great job of integrating a variety of perspectives that fall under the larger CBT umbrella to provide a wealth of information. The book is encouraging, easy to read, and full of hands-on prompts to spark action. Moreover, there is a recognition of the person outside of just their anxiety —that we all bring values, strengths, and stressors to bear on our experiences!” —Amy Mariaskin, PhD, director of the Nashville OCD & Anxiety Treatment Center, author of Thriving in Relationships When You Have OCD

“Anxiety steals away happiness, peace, and a sense of well-being. Wishing it away won’t work. What’s needed is a plan, and Rich Gallagher is the man with a plan—a 7-week plan that offers valuable insight and works-in-real-life skills to manage your anxiety.” —Marilyn Suttle, bestselling expert on customer relationships

“Rich Gallagher has hit the bulls-eye with a book of practical, empirically validated ways for dealing with anxiety that the average person can understand. No Ph.D. needed. It helps the reader identify the problem, pinpoints the thinking or behaviors driving the problem, and discusses interventions. Gets right to point!” —Matthew J. D'Ortona, PsyD, licensed psychologist, fellow, Academy of Cognitive Therapy

Product Details
ISBN: 9798886088366
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: November 8th, 2022
Pages: 152
Language: English

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