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Ever had the feeling you just couldn’t do it? Dr. Kai Swigert explains why fear feels so real and offers “25 Routes to Safety.” continue reading
Ever had the feeling you just couldn’t do it? Dr. Kai Swigert explains why fear feels so real and offers “25 Routes to Safety.” continue reading »
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Author Thad Cummings will join us at the ARC sharing his personal journey of overcoming fear. Thad spent most of a decade running social businesses and non-profits. After becoming consumed by stress, anxiety and panic, it took losing everything to face his story and the fears that had controlled his life.
A new year, a new opportunity to incorporate change into your life. Author Myra Espey offers ideas o…
Anxiety can be exhausting for the individual experiencing it, your support as a loved one can go a l…
Is your anxiety keeping you up at night? Sleep Researcher Agnes Green offers insight and tips on how…
A local nurse and lifelong knitter shares how the art of crocheting can quiet the mind and mend the…
Natalie Rodriguez shares a personal account of how life can sometimes turn upside down and the impor…
My friend found the Center on the Web. We came together to the teen support group.
I was really surprised to see a couple other people from my school.
I didn’t know what was wrong with me. But other kids in group felt the same way I did. It’s nice to know I’m not alone.
I attended one of the professional presentations the center offers. I was surprised at
how much I learned about my wife’s anxiety and the new treatments available.
Mom and I sat and looked at books in the library for an hour. I even brought a couple kids books home.
I didn’t know what was wrong with me. But other kids in group
felt the same way I did. It’s nice to know I’m not alone.
It’s amazing what happens when I take the time to sketch. It’s like an
hour goes by and I’ve forgotten what I was so anxious about.
I never knew this place existed. I felt like there weren’t any more answers. The ARC restored my hope.