Letting Go of Anxiety is a series of gentle exercises designed to help you release the unpleasant feelings that accompany anxiety including physical tension, worrying thoughts and emotional uneasiness. Australian psychologist Sarah Edelman's soothing voice accompanied by Malcolm Harrison's calming music guides you through a range of soothing exercises. These include deep relaxation, calming imagery, breathing exercises and self-talk for releasing anxiety and promoting a sense of calm.
This CD contains a series of exercises designed to help the listener release the unpleasant feelings that accompany anxiety, including physical tension, arousal, worrying thoughts and emotional uneasiness. A soothing voice guides the listener through a range of exercises, including deep relaxation, calming imagery, breathing exercises and self-talk for releasing anxiety. This CD contains six tracks that run for approximately 1 minutes each, with ambient background music by Malcolm Harrison. When using this CD you may choose to arrange the content of your session by selecting specific tracks and playing them in a particular order. Alternatively, you may prefer to listen to the whole CD from start to finish. Tracks included: Progressive muscle relaxation Diaphragmatic breathing Self-talk for releasing anxiety Visualisation exercise Isometric and cue-controlled relaxation Inner guide imagery Track 1: Progressive muscle relaxation Diaphragmatic breathing Self-talk for releasing anxiety Visualisation exercise Isometric and cue-controlled relaxation Inner guide imagery On all 5 CDs the only voice featured is Sarah Edelman - who has a beautiful soft female voice with no strong accent. About the Author Sarah Edelman (PhD) is a teacher, author and clinical psychologist in private practice. She worked for many years as a research psychologist and lecturer at the University of Technology Sydney, and continues to conduct workshops on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for the public and industry groups. Sarah also conducts workshops for mental health practitioners, and provides training for psychologists and GPs at the Black Dog Institute, Sydney. She is a frequent guest on 72 ABC radio, and has contributed many articles on popular psychology topics in mainstream media. Her book, ?Change Your Thinking? (ABC Books) is a best seller in the self help genre.