If you suffer from fears, phobias, or constant worry – particularly when these fears cripple your life – you may feel your problem is a lack of bravery. You’ve probably heard slogans like ‘get outside of your comfort zone’, or ‘feel the fear and do it anyway’, and feel that somehow you aren’t trying hard enough.
In reality, you are probably trying *too* hard.
No Bravery Required teaches you how to break the code of fear, one small comfortable step at a time. Based on the author’s Anxiety Camp – an intensive group program for anxiety sufferers and their families, with high success rates – this book will teach you how to become your own anxiety therapist. Using strategies such as mindful awareness, physical relaxation, changing your thoughts, gradual exposure, and social skills, learn to take your life back and free yourself from irrational fears!
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Rich Gallagher, LMFT is a practicing psychotherapist who developed the Anxiety Camp program in 2009, an intensive group program for anxiety sufferers and their families that is now also a certified continuing education program for licensed therapists in New York State. He is a clinical fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and is a licensed therapist in New York and Arizona.
Rich’s books include two national bestsellers on workplace communications skills, How to Tell Anyone Anything and What to Say to a Porcupine, the latter of which reached #1 in customer service and business humor on Amazon.com and was a finalist for 800-CEO-READ’s 2008 Business Book of the Year. He has been published or featured in Time Magazine, CNN.com, Dale Carnegie Training, morning drive radio and numerous other media outlets, and has spoken to over 30,000 people. His own best therapy often takes place at major league ballparks.