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“How Can I Tolerate, Accept, Surrender, and Float?”

It’s all about learning how to tolerate distress!  This is a part of the recovery process we often overlook.  Learning how to accept, allow, and navigate through anxiety, fear, discomfort, and uncertainty is all about understanding the basics of distress tolerance, then finding ways to strengthen your distress tolerance muscles through scaled practice!

Join Drew Linsalata and Joanna Hardis for two hours of lecture, exercises, discussion and small group Q&A on how to practice and improve your ability to move through anxiety, fear, and discomfort. 

Attendance is limited to no more than 20 people to encourage discussion and personal interaction.

I WANT TO REGISTER NOW!

I don’t need more information via email.  I want to register for the December 14, 2022 webinar right now.

Who Can Benefit From This Seminar?

If you’ve ever wondered just HOW to accept, surrender, float, and tolerate fear and discomfort this is the place for you. We’ve designed this seminar for anyone struggling to overcome anxiety issues including panic disorder, OCD, agoraphobia, GAD and health anxiety.  Learning the concept of distress tolerance and learning ways to practice building your stress tolerance muscles is important. It can help you better tolerate and navigate through fear, anxiety, discomfort and fear. This will go a long way toward advancing your recovery, and enhancing your life!

Learning how to strengthen your distress tolerance muscles is often the missing piece in the puzzle that helps clarify direction and inform productive actions.

Is This Online, Or In-Person?

This is a live, fee-based online seminar held via Zoom once each month and limited to 20 attendees. All you need is the ability to join a Zoom meeting with a webcam and microphone (your camera and mic must be turned on during the webinar), and a desire to learn in a safe and supportive environment.

About Your Hosts

Learn how to better tolerate fear, anxiety, and discomfort in a supportive and kind environment.

Drew Linsalata

Drew is the creator and host of The Anxious Truth podcast, the author of three bestselling books on anxiety and recovery and a former sufferer of panic disorder, agoraphobia, and depression. Drew is a graduate student in clinical mental health counseling. You can find Drew on Instagram or on his website.

Joanna Hardis, LISW-S

Joanna is an Ohio-based licensed therapist and anxiety specialist with advanced training in CBT and the treatment of OCD. Joanna understands the science behind the treatment, often jokes about being “born anxious”, and always practices what she preaches.  Find Joanna on Instagram or on her website.

“Can You Tell Me More About Distress Tolerance?”

Of course!  Our Tolerating Fear And Discomfort seminar will take you on a deep dive into the concept of distress tolerance and why it matters both in recovery, and in life.  But if this is a new term for you, here’s a podcast episode we did in April of 2022 that will give you an introduction to the topic.  Check it out!

I WANT TO REGISTER NOW!

I don’t need more information via email.  I want to register for the December 14, 2022 webinar right now.

Want To Know More?

Drop your email in the form below.  We’ll get back to with details including seminar dates and how to register.  We might even include a sneak preview or two!

Interested in Attending?

Drop your email address below. We’ll send you more details ASAP!

“How Can I Tolerate, Accept, Surrender, and Float?”

It’s all about learning how to tolerate distress!  This is a part of the recovery process we often overlook.  Learning how to accept, allow, and navigate through anxiety, fear, discomfort, and uncertainty is all about understanding the basics of distress tolerance, then finding ways to strengthen your distress tolerance muscles through scaled practice!

Join Drew Linsalata and Joanna Hardis for two hours of lecture, exercises, discussion and small group Q&A on how to practice and improve your ability to move through anxiety, fear, and discomfort. 

Attendance is limited to no more than 20 people to encourage discussion and personal interaction.

I WANT TO REGISTER NOW!

I don’t need more information via email.  I want to register for the December 14, 2022 webinar right now.

Who Can Benefit From This Seminar?

If you’ve ever wondered just HOW to accept, surrender, float, and tolerate fear and discomfort this is the place for you. We’ve designed this seminar for anyone struggling to overcome anxiety issues including panic disorder, OCD, agoraphobia, GAD and health anxiety.  Learning the concept of distress tolerance and learning ways to practice building your stress tolerance muscles is important. It can help you better tolerate and navigate through fear, anxiety, discomfort and fear. This will go a long way toward advancing your recovery, and enhancing your life!

Learning how to strengthen your distress tolerance muscles is often the missing piece in the puzzle that helps clarify direction and inform productive actions.

Is This Online, Or In-Person?

This is a live, fee-based online seminar held via Zoom once each month and limited to 20 attendees. All you need is the ability to join a Zoom meeting with a webcam and microphone (your camera and mic must be turned on during the webinar), and a desire to learn in a safe and supportive environment.

About Your Hosts

Learn how to better tolerate fear, anxiety, and discomfort in a supportive and kind environment.

Drew Linsalata

Drew is the creator and host of The Anxious Truth podcast, the author of three bestselling books on anxiety and recovery and a former sufferer of panic disorder, agoraphobia, and depression. Drew is a graduate student in clinical mental health counseling. You can find Drew on Instagram or on his website.

Joanna Hardis, LISW-S

Joanna is an Ohio-based licensed therapist and anxiety specialist with advanced training in CBT and the treatment of OCD. Joanna understands the science behind the treatment, often jokes about being “born anxious”, and always practices what she preaches.  Find Joanna on Instagram or on her website.

“Can You Tell Me More About Distress Tolerance?”

Of course!  Our Tolerating Fear And Discomfort seminar will take you on a deep dive into the concept of distress tolerance and why it matters both in recovery, and in life.  But if this is a new term for you, here’s a podcast episode we did in April of 2022 that will give you an introduction to the topic.  Check it out!

I WANT TO REGISTER NOW!

I don’t need more information via email.  I want to register for the December 14, 2022 webinar right now.

Want To Know More?

Drop your email in the form below.  We’ll get back to with details including seminar dates and how to register.  We might even include a sneak preview or two!