The Anxiety Advantage|Online Seminar & Workshop

Unlock the hidden potential of the anxious state of mind.

A new view of anxiety, helping you to see from a different perspective, how to turn anxiety into your ally.

We will look at some of the reasons anxiety is present, how it blocks depression and how we can use it to our own benefit.

The online workshop is discussion based, through Zoom (not webinar) and I can only take a handful of individuals.

We will look at:

  • Narritive Reasoning
  • Dynamic Reasoning
  • Interconnected Reasoning
  • Learning to work with anxiety
  • Welcoming anxious symptoms
  • Decreasing anxiety naturally​

There are options for 1:1 work, via telephone {or in office, if local} to discuss your personal anxiety struggle and get customized strategies for specific situations. 

Workshop fee of $36 includes:

  1. 90 Minute Workshop (recorded for replay for you, for replay)
  2. Workbook to dissect your anxiety style and put strategies into motion
  3. Follow up email in a week, to check how the strategies are working for you.


  • Workshop Only ($36) Limit to 5
  • Workshop plus one personal call (scheduled) $108 Limit to 3
  • Workshop plus two personal calls, scheduled $180 Limit to 2

 August 18th (Friday) 7PM Eastern

A hosted replay will be sent on the 19th of August, to everyone who was signed up.

Reserve your Space Now. An email will be sent to you Friday at 3, for access to the workshop.

The Anxiety Advantage

Tummy Trimming Apple-Almond Dessert

My apple-almond dessert is great to increase fiber and help nourish your metabolic process. This can be a dessert but also, it’s a perfect breakfast.

This recipe serves two.

Prepare: Soak a cup of cashews in water for four hours, then rinse. Don’t soak longer than eight hours or the cashews can become bitter. For this recipe, you need them as mild as possible. Be sure to not use roasted or salted cashews–raw only

As in all of my recipes, use organic when possible.

2 apples, peeled and diced (I used granny smith) but any will do.

1/2 cup of raw almonds, chopped in processor or, in a pinch, Justin’s brand almond butter (3 tablespoons)

1/2 cup of dates (any) pitted

1/4 cup of sunflower seeds

1/4 cup of rolled oats

a tablespoon or two of oat flour

a dash or two of cinnamon

Mix all ingredients by hand (fold) and using an ice cream scoop or tablespoon, place on parchment paper in dollops, in a preheated (325 degree) oven.

Shape into circular mounds.

Cashew Cream

1 cup raw cashews, drained.

4 teaspoons of maple syrup

a dash of vanilla

Mix all ingredients in a Kitchenmaid blender, and add water by the teaspoon until it is smooth but retains thickness. Refrigerate for 1 to 24 hours, covered.


Cook the apple mixture for 20 minutes. With a spatula, place on a lightly oat-floured serving dish.

Let cool about an hour or, refrigerate up to 24 hours, covered.  I personally just cool mine at room temperature for an hour. Your willpower might surpass mine.

When it cools, top with the cashew cream sauce and if you wish, add an additional dash of cinnamon to each one.

Powerful, flavorful fiber and protein mix.


{Mood Boosting} Zero Bloat Sweet Potato Ravioli

If you are a woman of a certain age, then you realize that peri-menopause and menopause, as well as life stress, can wreak havoc on your metabolism.

While I am not of the philosophy of pushing my lifestyle of a plant-based diet, I do want to share this recipe that is a change from the ordinary; it is in fact, extraordinary.

If you like sweet potatoes and would like to add more fiber and protein to your diet, and would like a metabolism stabilizing meal, this is a fantastic way to add a bit of luxury to your week.

This is a recipe for two, simply store leftovers or double/triple the recipe according to your needs.

1 Sweet Potato or Yam (any will do)

1/2 cup cashews

3 tablespoons nutritional yeast

3 cloves of garlic

a  dash of garlic powder

a tablespoon of dried onion

Salt and pepper to taste

a tablespoon of olive oil


  1. Prepare raw cashews by soaking in water for four hours.
  2. Slice the sweet potato into 1/4 inch (or less) slices.
  3. Toss with olive oil.
  4. Spread out on parchment and bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes, until they are cooked but still firm. (check at 15 minutes)
  5. While the potatoes are cooking, rinse cashews then put in bender with garlic, onion powder, dehydrated onion and yeast. Blend until creamy. Add water by the tablespoon so that it blends well.
  6. After sweet potatoes are cooked, allow them to cool a bit then layer then spread some cashew cream on one slice, topping with another sweet potato slice. Continue until all are covered.


  • If you are serving a crowd, like I did when I made this, then add a side of oil and garlic brown rice pasta.
  • Serving is 4-6 per person. Serve with an arugula salad.

Suicide Prevention, Interview with Hank McGovern

Hank McGovern, clinical psychologist, author and survivor, discusses some of the components that lead to suicide, and how to prevent them. Once suicidal himself, he has written a book, part memoir and part cognitive strategies and, an emergency card that an individual could have on them, at all times, as an added preventative.

Get the book and connect with McGovern at, and

Suicidal thoughts are just signals that something needs to die, but not YOU. Explore what needs to change (Hank McGovern)

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Find Your Voice~Start A Revolution! Beatles “Therapy”

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Find your emotional voice with a therapeutic study of Beatles songs as well as Lyrics from Julian Lennon and James McCartney.

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  • Weekly Therapeutic "Jam Sessions"
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