All of us experience anxiety at times in our life. Different things will trigger us at different times. Experiencing too much anxiety too often can be difficult. It wears down our immune system, and we get sick. Sometimes anxiety is due to circumstances in our life that we don’t have a lot of control over. You can learn coping skills to help you through those times. It can help to have the support of a neutral party to talk to and get perspective.

The time that therapy can be a great help is when you have a pattern of thinking/talking to yourself that causes an increase in anxiety. Becoming aware of those patterns and learning how to change them can help. Using mind and body modalities can allow a shift to happen more quickly

Anxiety disorders can be more complicated because they usually have been going on for a while and have several aspects to them. They will take longer to shift than general anxiety. They include:

  • Anxiety Disorders – due to a recent traumatic event or a medical condition
  • Obsessive Compulsive (OCD)
  • Panic
  • Specific Phobias – snakes, spiders, heights, talking in front of a group, enclosed spaces, etc.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Anxiety disorders can be treated most effectively using mind and body modalities, along with talk therapy and possibly medication recommended by your doctor.

Those with inductive reasoning issues (IRI) will experience a lot of anxiety for a very different reason. They are on information overload most of the time. My book can help you to understand those who have inductive reasoning issues. I have several YouTube videos that can be helpful as well.


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

This is a coping mechanism that has become a pattern of behavior. Understanding where the pattern originated and working on that trauma/shock can allow shifts to occur in OCD. The mind and body modalities can help shift that more quickly if you choose to use them.

Sometimes there are hormonal balances that are an issue in creating the OCD.

Those with inductive reasoning issues (IRI) often have behavior that appears to be OCD but for a very different reason. I encourage you to view my videos that begin to explain IRI to see if that could be the reason for the OCD behavior. If you think that is the possible issue, my book can help you to more fully understand those who have IRI.



A panic attack can feel as if you are having a heart attack and can be very scary the first time or two that you experience it. That can often set up the fear of having another panic attack, which can be more disturbing than actually having a panic attack. Mind and body modalities work the best in addressing both the fear of having a panic attack and the shock or trauma that caused the panic attacks to begin. You can balance the mind and body so that you do not experience them.



Specific fears of snakes, spiders, heights, etc. are generally the quickest and easiest to clear with mind and body modalities. People often experience relief with one or two sessions and have it hold. If it returns, it’s generally because there are other memories or experiences that got attached to it in your brain patterning. Then it may take several sessions to clear. Claustrophobia can be a more complex issue.


Social Phobias and Agoraphobia

Fear of being around people and fear of public places are more complicated and often have many memories associated with them. These take longer to unravel and to address but can be cleared, especially if you are open to mind and body modalities. Those with inductive reasoning issues (IRI) may experience social phobia and need very different help to deal with them, including social skills training. Again, see my book or videos for information on IRI.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

This is another, more complicated diagnosis where you find yourself re-experiencing the traumatic event either in dream time or in real life. It’s important to identify what triggers you into the original traumatic memory and clear that connection, as well as deal with the original event. The longer or more often you experience it, the more you begin to avoid the stimuli that will trigger it. Your body goes into fight-or-flight often, and your adrenals get depleted over time. The sooner you address this, the better it is for your mind and body and the less patterning you have to change in your brain. Mind and body modalities are the quickest and least re-traumatizing way of dealing with these issues.