head with gears

Four sessions:
Every other Tuesday from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.:

August 18
September 1
September 15
September 29
Whether it’s pandemic worries, financial stress, insecurities, or something else–everyone worries at some point or another. When anxiety starts to take up too much space in your life, it’s time to learn some new ways to manage it. In this workshop you’ll learn more about anxiety and how to work with your thoughts, behaviors, and body in effective ways to feel more calm and be better able to deal with stressors. We’ll learn about topics like: mindfulness, relaxation skills, cognitive therapy, obsessions and phobias, when to consider medication, and more. This will be a collaborative workshop where you learn new skills and will be able to ask questions and get direct feedback. 

Rachel WeinsteinAbout Rachel Weinstein

I graduated with an MA in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, CO in 2002. Naropa is a Buddhist-inspired university and my program integrated meditation and spirituality with clinical psychology. I moved to Maine that Fall and worked in social work and crisis counseling. In the Spring of 2007 I began my private practice.

I like to talk about the real stuff. There’s not much that offends me or freaks me out. Yoga and meditation are ways I’ve found helpful to separate from the on-going internal chatter most of us have and to arrive back in our lives in real time. In my office I’m happy to teach meditation and sometimes I have clients who enjoy starting a therapy session with a few minutes of meditation to help them get centered on what they want to talk about that day. I love my work and I love living in Maine with my family, two dogs, guinea pig, and 12 chickens.

Please join us by registering below!