Here You Will Find Links To Resources Helpful In Understanding And Treating Anxiety
Dr. Lorne Brown is a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and he runs a very busy clinic in Vancouver BC. In this Episode of his “Conscious Talks” series, we talk about anxiety and specifically get into why our children are suffering so much, and what we can do for them.
Below is a link to a PowerPoint talk Dr Kennedy gave at the University of Victoria in Victoria BC in 2017, talking about anxiety and what you can do about it.
I was at the end of my rope in 2013. I had burned out of medicine and fully ruptured my left Achilles tendon. I was mentally exhausted and physically debilitated, and my anxiety was at an all-time high. I was questioning if life was worth living if I had to spend every day in a 12-hour panic attack. A doctor in another discipline lead me on a psychedelic journey that lead me to a unique theory of anxiety that resulted in the teacher and leader I am today. There is a video at the end of this article that is CRITICAL for you to understand how to heal, because it will show you what anxiety is and what it isn’t.
The multi-talented Mary Jo Dionne (I swear she excels at everything) and I discuss my personal Journey with anxiety, starting with my childhood, growing up with a severely mentally ill dad. MJ and I talk about starting in Stand up Comedy together, the importance of laughter and ways to understand and treat anxiety that you probably haven’t heard of.
Jeremy Roadruck is a speaker and author and a Master at many things, but probably best known as “the Kung Fu guy”. He is a 6th degree Black Belt (!) and just as masterful at understanding the human psyche. He is dedicated to helping kids get a good start in life. We talk about why kids are having such a hard time with mental health challenges in todays digital world. We go into the Social Engagement System that is present in all of us and soothes us when we are stressed. We dive into how the SES matures in response to tone of voice, touch, body language and facial expressions, and how we are this critical system is atrophying due to compulsive use of computer screens.