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How to stop a panic attack in it's tracks simply

60 Min online workshop
Just £7 to attend

Tuesday 26th April 19:00 – 20:00

What you will learn in this workshop...

1. Understand why anxiety can tip over into a panic attack

Anxiety can be scary, especially when you don't know what is happening to you. Learn about the different levels of anxiety and panic so you can combat it and it doesn't tip over into a full blown panic attack.

2. Learn tools to ground yourself in the case of a panic attack coming on

I will share tools for you to take away and use in your life to ground yourself in the moment and to stop those feelings overwhelming you.

3. Learn a simple breathing exercise to calm your system

With panic, physiology is at play, it can feel like you are dying or having a heart attack and there is neuro chemistry at work. Breathing is one of the simplest and fastest ways to change this neurochemistry to one of calm.

4. How to stay in the present moment

Panic makes us lose rational thought. We can imagine all kinds of terrible things happening from fainting, to making a fool of ourselves to dying. Learn how to stay in the present moment if you feel a panic attack coming along.

This workshop will give you to tools to stop a panic attack when you feel it coming on. You do not have to be scared of them any more, because you can manage them with the right tools.

Book your place below.

Once you book I will send you an E-mail with your workshop link and details inside. Come the time of the workshop just click the link to join the room.


Tuesday 26th April 19:00 -20:00

(Replay will be sent if you book but cannot make that time)

Your Calm Coach David Williams -

David Williams life coach

 I have been sharing these skills for 15 years and it is time for you to learn to manage your panic, just like so many others.  I will bring to this training experience as a therapist in mental health services and coach.  See you in the training!

Problems registering?

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(sometimes tech glitches happen), then E-mail David on: