The Anxiety Relief Project was created to offer support and relief for people suffering from anxiety. Anxiety is a growing epidemic and many people experience levels of anxiety that make life seem unbearable. Relief is possible, yet figuring out how to proceed is not necessarily easy.
Part of the issue is that there are such a wide spectrum of options available that it’s difficult to know where to start. Also because resources come from such a range of sources, it’s not easy to find clarity and therefore make a well informed decision. Until you’re aware of the full scope of choices, you never know if you’ve found the remedy best suited for you.
We created the Anxiety Relief Project so people could see the bigger picture of available options for anxiety relief. We organized the resources as simply and organically as possible. The arrangement of categories and tags are organized to help you figure out the best way to proceed in your quest for anxiety relief.
- To maintain a comprehensive and up-to-date pool of evidence-based resources for anxiety relief.
- To offer thoughtful, well written articles by authors with anxiety related expertise and/or experience.
- Once the website is monetized, to never let the business of making money override the integrity of providing unbiased information and support for people seeking anxiety relief.
Dr. Natalie Engelbrech – Advisor and Contributor
Dr. Natalie Engelbrecht BA MSc RP ND, is dually licensed as a naturopathic doctor and a registered psychotherapist. For over 23 years Natalie has been a practicing naturopath, and for the past 20 years has integrated psychotherapy into her practice.
Dr. Engelbrecht has extensive training and experience with post traumatic stress disorder, post-traumatic growth, positive psychology, attachment therapy and integrative medicine. Her approach integrates the rigour of scientific disciple together with a range of body-mind modalities. In helping clients regain balance and health, she works with diet, hormones, neurotransmitters, inflammation, gut health, detoxification, mitochondrial health, and the mind-body connection, along with a range of lifestyle and environmental factors. Natalie maintains a private practice in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
Dr. Liz Matheis – Advisor and Contributor
Dr. Liz Matheis (aka Dr. Liz) is a Clinical and School Psychologist and co-founder of Psychological & Educational Consulting, LLC in New Jersey. Dr. Liz specializes in working with children, adolescents and their families with Anxiety, ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities, and Behavioral Struggles. In recent years, she has hired several therapists who have expanded the services that they provide to their families to include in-home ADHD coaching, play therapy, art therapy, grieving and bereavement, and eating disorders.
As the proud parents of 3 young children, Liz and her husband strive to maintain a balance between work and family. In addition to her private practice and educational work, she is active in the online mental health community and contributes articles to a variety of projects. Her recent ‘fun’ project has been serving as the couples therapist on the reality show, “The Cromarties”
Timothy Walker Ph.D. – Advisor and Contributor
Timothy Walker Ph.D. is a mindfulness teacher and psychotherapist with over 35 years experience integrating mindfulness into counselling, education and healthcare. He is co-author of the “The Healing Circle,” and co-founded with Dr. Rob Rutledge the “Healing and Cancer Foundation.” Since 1999 Timothy and Dr. Rutledge have been offering healing weekend retreats for people living with cancer and their family members, in cities across North America.
A student of Meditation since 1979, Timothy received both an MA and Ph.D. in the psychology of meditation. Since 1996 he has been teaching Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction 8 week programs, as well as various other mindfulness seminars and retreats in locations around the world.
Craig Mollins – Project Developer
Craig grew up with Tourette Syndrome and throughout his life has experienced varying forms and degrees of anxiety. His quest for relief began as a young boy when he would come home after school each day and lay on his back for an hour of deep breathing. Through years of exploration and research Craig gradually found relief from chronic and sometimes crippling anxiety. For over 22 years Craig worked as a natural health care provider and educator. Eventually he was inspired to help others who suffer from anxiety and thus the Anxiety Relief Project was born.