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Anxiety Road Podcast


Welcome to the Libsyn version of the Anxiety Road Podcast, this is the involuntary journey finding medical, behavioral health, meditation, relaxation and x=the unknown treatment options and resources for people that have anxiety, panic attacks and phobias too.

This podcast is treatment agnostic. You can find more content and resources at https://anxietyroadpodcast.blogspot.com

Oct 12, 2020

There are different types of anxiety journals and workbooks for different needs. There are books that you can use by yourself, and others that are best used working with a behavioral health professional.
 
And you’d think I wouldn’t have to define what a journal or workbook is but in this case, I do. Because there are the bound type of books that you can find anyplace from the 99 Cents Only store to the most expensive stationary outlet. Bound blank pages with maybe the date and a section for doodling. 
 
Love those things,  but not the topic of the podcast. This is a look at items that are specifically targeted to people that have stress or anxiety issues. 
 
But even that doesn't quite get to it. There is a wide range of publications and apps.
 
Because there is a difference between anxiety journals and workbooks. You want to find a good match for what you need.
 
There are journal books that might have a one sentence prompt and you are given a few lines to respond to that sentence.  You might need more.
 
There are thick workbooks that give solid information about anxiety conditions, what to do if X happens and push a specific treatment choice. You might need less. 
 
You might need your content in plain English or you want the full firehouse of information.
 
In this episode, a look at anxiety journals and workbooks. Some of the authors do have audiobook versions.
 
Oh, one more thing. There are a number of books with the same name or similar names. When possible, I've included the author's name, website or publisher to help you get to the item mentioned in the podcast.  

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Resources Mentioned: 

Apps Mention:

 
AndroidMind Journal: anxiety relief & mental health diary from Ory. Helps you track your mood, symptoms and provides meditations and affirmations. The app is free to download and there are in app purchases
 
Apple: Anxiety Journal App allows you to record your mood, provide reminders of symptom management techniques, and suggestions on how to calm yourself. 
 
Paper - eBook - Audiobook
 
Moorea Seal is an artist, entrepreneur and author of 52 Lists for Calm.

The Anxiety Journal: Exercises to Soothe Stress and Eliminate Anxiety Wherever You Are: A Guided Journal by Corinne Sweet

The Anti-Anxiety Notebook

Calm the F*ck Down, Managing Anxiety and Problem Solving in the Face of Adversity by Sarah Knight.  

The Anxiety Skills Workbook Simple CBT and Mindfulness Strategies for Overcoming Anxiety, Fear, and Worry by Stefan G. Hofmann, New Harbinger Publications. Available as a print for e-book.
 
The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook, 7th Edition by Edmond J. Bourne.

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This blog and podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in this program is intended to be a substitute for professional psychological, psychiatric or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.