Mastering Creative Anxiety
What it is... and what you can do about it!
When a writer isn’t writing or a painter isn’t painting, he or she is very unlikely to identify the culprit as anxiety. But nine times out of ten it is!
In this information-packed webinar, get a clear understanding of the challenging nature of anxiety as it applies to creative and performing artists. Learn the reasons for this crippling anxiety—and what you can do to deal with it!
+ How anxiety manifests itself as confusion, unproductive obsessions, phobic reactions, perfectionism, and more.
+ How to identify the twenty top sources of creative anxiety, among them existential doubts, self-censorship, and a fear of the unknown.
+ What you can do if you can identify the source of your anxiety and what you can do even if you can’t pinpoint the source.
+ How to employ a simple six-step model of anxiety management that will help you create no matter what.
In this 90-minute webinar taught by America’s foremost creativity coach, you’ll learn an array of techniques to help you reduce your experience of creative anxiety, among them:
- Cognitive techniques
- Breathing techniques
- Somatic techniques
- Discharge techniques
- Reorienting techniques
- And much more!
Anxiety is the great silencer. Don’t let it silence you. Learn what you can do right now!
Eric Maisel is the author of 50+ books. His recent books include Why Smart Teens Hurt, Redesign Your Mind, and The Power of Daily Practice. Among his other books are Coaching the Artist Within, Fearless Creating, Rethinking Depression, and The Van Gogh Blues. Dr. Maisel writes the “Rethinking Mental Health” blog for Psychology Today, with 3,000,000 + views, and is the creator and lead editor for the Ethics International Press Critical Psychology and Critical Psychiatry Series. A retired family therapist and active creativity coach, Dr. Maisel’s forthcoming books include The Coach’s Way (New World Library) and Deconstructing ADHD (Ethics International Press). Dr. Maisel provides workshops, webinars and keynotes nationally and internationally, trains creativity coaches, and facilitates support groups for writers. You can visit him at http://www.ericmaisel.com and contact him at [email protected]