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Anxiety & The Science of Emotion Regulation
Are your emotions causing you anxiety? Emotions can be quite beneficial, but sometimes, they can have unwanted consequences—especially when they cause us fear or anxiety. Today, Psychologist Dr. David Klemanski talks about the science of emotion regulation, as well as the latest and most effective techniques available to reduce and eliminate anxiety.
Today we’re sharing an exclusive interview with psychologist Dr. David Klemanski about his audiobook Don’t Let Your Anxiety Run Your Life. This audiobook is a groundbreaking, step-by-step guide for managing the thoughts and feelings that cause anxiety, worry, fear, and panic. Using easy mindfulness practices, you’ll learn to manage your emotions and lessen your anxiety.
What’s in this episode?
In this conversation, Dr. Klemanski offers helpful suggestions about how to overcome anxiety and increase effectiveness. He discusses the science of emotion regulation, as well as the positive side to negative feelings. If you’re ready to take steps to skillfully manage anxiety, then you’ll appreciate this informative interview.
An excerpt from Don’t Let Your Anxiety Run Your Life was featured in this podcast episode: Red Alert! Anxiety as Personal Alarm System.
David H. Klemanski, PsyD, MPH, is a psychologist and professor at New York University where he teaches, researches, and co-directs the Center for Counseling and Community Wellbeing. He specializes in the classification and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, and his research is focused on mindfulness and emotion regulation in anxiety and depression.
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If you truly want to outsmart your anxiety, you will find this audiobook valuable. We will teach you how and when to pay attention to your anxiety, how to react with less intensity to your anxious emotions, and what to do when you feel as if you are overwhelmed by anxiety.