GAD: 6 Soothing Steps For Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Once upon a time, anxiety was critical for keeping us alive. In today's world, though, it piggybacks on the kind of chronic, low-level threats that leave many in a state of constant anxiety.
People with generalized anxiety disorder feel continually tense and anxious over things that wouldn’t normally bother a person to that extent, and treating a client with generalized anxiety disorder can feel daunting for a therapist.
In this video I'll share with you some simple steps that I find useful when helping people with GAD. I talk about how the portrayal of general 'potential threats' in the news and other media can make us feel anxious (0:52), but if you would prefer to skip to the first tip then this begins at 3:24.
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  • 2:11 I quit therapy because the night before, and the morning of, my therapy sessions, were always the worst times of my week with anxiety. For me, it was like having to admit once a week that you're sick and not in control of your life.

    spybazspybaz3 gün önce
  • I have been facing with this GAD since 7years ,but I could not able to find the remedy for this Sometimes I feel like to.attempt suicide

    revathi bujjirevathi bujji5 gün önce
  • Having seen numerous therapists over the years, these videos make more sense than any of them. This guy absolutely gets it, I did have an NLP guy try some processes with no effect but I suspect / hope to combination of understanding and practical tools could crack it. GAD sounds like cptsd which I notice getting triggered but have no idea what interpretation my unconscious has made. All the best to all those brave souls suffering and searching - you are not alone.

    Tim DownsTim Downs6 gün önce
  • Just looking at my blood pressure machine gives me anxiety

    Helen NdowHelen Ndow10 gün önce
  • Thank you very much!!! You really helped me!!!

    Marine CochonnetMarine Cochonnet13 gün önce
  • Waiting for your point makes me anxious

    Lori OrourkeLori Orourke15 gün önce
  • You ‘know’ this because of evolutionary psychology? It is an object of knowledge, is it? Good grief.

    JCJC27 gün önce
  • Wow You told me the importants stuffs that even my theraspist didnt knew

    Akash ShresthaAkash Shrestha27 gün önce
  • Great insight on this in depth subject and delivered professionally in a refined manner. Excellent work and look forward to using these tools in my own life. I thank you for your excellent dissection of this broad civil ailment that many suffer from. G J

    Gregg Johnson the watchmanGregg Johnson the watchman28 gün önce
  • I've been studying ways to treat anxiety and found an awesome resource at Kevs Control Plan (look it up on google)

    edgardoxxd1edgardoxxd1Aylar önce
  • Sounds like Kay was rebellious. Her mother clearly wanted her to be taught good morals. Therefore she told her stealing anything from anyone, not merely enjoying a flower, but enjoying someone else flower and removing it from their property was wrong. She should have been made to return the flower and asked for forgiveness from the neighbor. And then she should be punished just like the world would punish her if she got caught stealing from a store, robbing a person, etc.. Rebellious children can grow up to be anxious adults.

    mkmason2002mkmason2002Aylar önce
  • Thank you. I got fired about 6 months ago for something that wasn't my fault and I am just discovering that anxiety is what is wrong with me. I am not about to tell my life story on all the contributing factors, but my punch line is that I am still not working, mind is going everywhere. It feels like i cannot breathe 90% of the time but there is no way a shrink can physically change someones life(style). Such is life, its shit but its what we have.

    somerandomguysomerandomguyAylar önce
  • I fear my life. It's horrible.

    SteveSteveAylar önce
  • Great video Mark

    Jason ClulowJason ClulowAylar önce
  • It's good to actually have some light thrown on what is making me feel the way I do. The anxiety starts within a few minutes of waking early in the morning and continues throughout the day.

    Dhan LenoDhan Leno2 aylar önce
  • 12.18 goes to step 6 relaxing the client but step 4 and 5 are not on the video only upto 3

    Denise BostonDenise Boston2 aylar önce
    • Hi Denise - step 4 starts at 08:58, and step 5 at 10:28 (step 5 is split into 3 separate points which we've highlighted with the on-screen text). I hope that helps! It may help to have the article open to see this more clearly:

      Uncommon PractitionersUncommon Practitioners2 aylar önce
  • Thank you for making this video. I sometimes suffer from anxiety and this video helped me see anxiety in a more specific way and how to treat it. It's very helpful to me.

    Aiko YamadaAiko Yamada2 aylar önce
  • And to think, I've been treating my GAD with booze, pot, and suicidal thoughts that come from my inability to hold a job, fit into society and be a functional human being.

    GreatSmithanonGreatSmithanon3 aylar önce
    • Dont try to fit into society Everybody is unique and has right live uniquely

      Akash ShresthaAkash Shrestha27 gün önce
  • Thank you.

    Harsha WeeraratneHarsha Weeraratne3 aylar önce
  • This dude has references on a youtube video... solid videos thank you!

    ChristopherChristopher3 aylar önce
  • Starts at 3:26

    Navid ANavid A3 aylar önce
  • I actually nodded off listening to this, sorry, excellent advice

    hearliamhearliam3 aylar önce
  • 📲*00212679620248* *whatapps*📲 شــبــاب🙋‍♂️ لاحــظــت كـثـيـر كـومـنـتـات عـن تـكـبـيـر الـقـضـيـب وضــعــف الانــتــصــاب وسـرعـة الـقـذف ولا يــهــمــك😉 تـواصـلـو مــع الـدكـتـور👨‍⚕️ الــلــي نــصــحــنــي بـوصـفـة اسـتـعـمـلـتـهـا كـم أســبــوع وحــصــلــت عـلـى نـتـايـج مـذهـلـة🤩🥳 الــلــي عــايــز الــدكــتــور👨‍⚕️ يــتــواصــل مـعـه الـواتـس اب *00212679620248* *whatapps*📲

    الغامدي يوسفالغامدي يوسف3 aylar önce
  • I’m wondering what to do once you discover a need that isn’t being met. What if it can’t be met ?

    Marcus SpainMarcus Spain3 aylar önce
  • I told my boss where to stick his job, sold my house, and downsized to a cheaper lifestyle. Then I was beholden to no one, and while the stress never disappears, now twenty years later I'm happier than ever. Booze, drugs, and therapy are a waste of time. Just liberate yourself and follow your instincts.

    John timkenJohn timken3 aylar önce
    • 👍

      D. JamesD. James2 aylar önce
    • I'd love to but the misses won't do that

      hearliamhearliam3 aylar önce
  • Do you have a video of your relaxation techniques?

    Rachel SouleRachel Soule3 aylar önce
  • Liquid iodine on one's wrists helps slightly...first thing in morning... Breathing in through nose to a count of 4... hold to a count of 7... then let breath out through mouth to a count of 8... Do quite a few times throughout the day... Breathing in oxygenated country fresh air is the best...

    Denny SmithDenny Smith3 aylar önce
  • Oh the sense is sucked , thinking of dying all day thinking of disease , waiting for death, now i just think all day may aswell just kill myself ,feel weak all the time , afraid of everything , load of shit

    christopher brownchristopher brown3 aylar önce
  • now i'm reading Carnegie's book about anxiety. somehow youtube knows that.. (:

    GorlungGorlung3 aylar önce
  • I wake up with anxiety every morning and the rest of the day is spent trying to calm that anxiety down. I've learned a lot of strategies along the way but it's still there every morning. It sucks.

    spybazspybaz3 aylar önce
    • OLAV WILHELM this is exactly where I’m am right now!!! This is horrible! I haven’t slept or eaten in days!

      Yamil FloresYamil Flores5 gün önce
    • @OLAV WILHELM I used to love driving, like passionate driving and driving in general especially at night and alone. Now I dread the idea of driving even for short trips. Anxiety is slowly taking what I love to do away from me.

      Ali HaidarAli Haidar6 gün önce
    • OLAV WILHELM yeah they just give you tablets it’s a joke.

      Scottishtroop87Scottishtroop8714 gün önce
    • it is horrible indeed!! The thing i hate is that i don't know why!!!I used to be the happiest person ever !!Never sick or anything and now i battle anxiety up to a part that i'm frightened to drive a car or face people at work even tho i am well liked. i have seen doktors but they don't seem to listen or understand!! I've been told to picture myself in a good place or try to have pleasant thoughts or meditate... jeez don't these dokcors understand that once you have a anxiety attack there is no way to put yourself in a better place 'cause one has enough trouble already to deal with the situation you are in already!! A tree and flowers on a meadow just don't do the trick that easily!!! For all those who think anxiety is they're own fault don't see it that way!!! I have the almost perfect life !! Great job , no money problems , no future worries no relationship troubles , no family drama yet still those attacks come !! thats why i am furious with doctors who seem to look down on you , thinking a little pill or long walks in the fresh air would help , like one is an idiot !

    • same

      Johnny bravoJohnny bravoAylar önce
  • How about a xanax.da

    Jay WycheJay Wyche3 aylar önce
    • Very addictive

      DennisDennis3 aylar önce
  • We didn't evolve we were created by God. Dont buy this lie

    Ted MyrrhTed Myrrh3 aylar önce
  • It's the silence of the lambs guy.

    Comfortably numb.Comfortably numb.3 aylar önce
  • 7:42 spoke to me so much. I was raised in a very strict and stressful way. Where a lot was expected of me. And every little thing was blown out of proportion so now I’m an anxious individual.

    ExoticFireGirlExoticFireGirl3 aylar önce
    • Me too. I just found out that my father had a abandonment issues, and my mother has Borderline Personality Disorder. In essence I eas abused. I thought it was normal that my parents were strict. So, now that I'm 54 I have a finally found a therapist I like. The more l learn about my parents issues, not to judge, but to learn why im having issues. I also have ADHD - it can be genetic, and made, low on the autism and OCD. I'm told that BPD mothers really mess up their kids... Good luck, I wish you peace 🌷

  • Yes makes sense thank you!! I'm having all kinds of fears about my little girl's safety and it's all coming from her daddy passing away two years ago and me not having help with her. Hopefully soon I can get the help and support I need for her.

    Chris WeberChris Weber3 aylar önce
  • This video is quite helpful

    Libertad BritoLibertad Brito3 aylar önce
  • I moved into a new flat, fresh start etc Oops neighbour from HELL underneath, banging, slamming all the time. Appeasement got me nowhere so i started doing it back🙂No winners but i wasn't to be messed with. Anyway, all this triggered GAD & my anxiety was sky high, worry and dreading going back to the flat🤔Shes dead now but i cant shake off these feelings, 5 yrs now🤣🇩🇬

    Hot Rockin'Hot Rockin'4 aylar önce
  • Feeling good by David burns is a lifesaver in my view.some things that help depression : 1) introspect: find out the root cause why are you depressed??? most of the time,you will be able to pinpoint an exact thing. like some people are severely depressed coz of their looks, by researching how many people with avg or not so good looks are doing good in life, it will help you a lot. 2) check your vitd3 and b 12 levels. a lot of people re just deficient in these essential vitamins due to ignorance and it manifests as mental slowdown, depression and irritability. 3) a hardcore positive affirmation: whenever you feel into that dark pit of depression, you have to make your own affirmation which boosts your soul . 4) talk therapy: believe me, no matter whats the problem, talking to someone closer (therapist or no therapist) will immediately lift off your mood.i have tried this and it helps me every time. we humans are social animals. 5) find out the genetic connection: depression is related to genetics as well, it has been studied that of your bloodline had trauma in the past, you will feel the similar feelings manifested in your genes. by knowing that it's just a genetic imbalance that will help you cope much better. 6) try herbal drugs: there is no harm in trying calming herbs, oils and even tried and tasted mood lifters. bacopa moneri is a well-studied herb. 7) after doing all this ,if still, you think you are falling into the hands of depression every day,its always better to take medical help.there are drugs which i know have s many side effects but afterall,they offer help too. newer ssri like DESVENLAFAXINE and duloxetine are very much tolerable than older ones.find things that excite you.if you like movies,go for @t comedy @t painting,just visit different art galleries. play games, make friends .go for a walk or a jog even if you dont want to come out from the bed,take it as a bitter pill to swallow. walking boosts serotonin,a study showed that walking 30 minutes produces the same amount of synaptic serotonin as SSRI's.

    The AtlantisThe Atlantis4 aylar önce
    • @nathalie224 sir yes sir.

      The AtlantisThe Atlantis4 aylar önce
    • Have you cured your own anxiety? gad?

      nathalie224nathalie2244 aylar önce

    Anna HuntAnna Hunt4 aylar önce
    • nah, but it helps, indeed

      bitbit3 aylar önce
  • Hannibal finds a new calling :)

    Scott CraigScott Craig4 aylar önce
  • I have health anxiety disorder. What do I do about that? Have had all sorts of tests done; all came back negative. But still feel worse by the week. And become more and more anxious.

    Ringer HeringaRinger Heringa4 aylar önce
    • inwas suffering with it for last 2 years,...jst go through a health checkup, and be sure there is no phisical issues about your symptoms. when u realise the symptoms are just the manifestations of ur anxiety,and u start to accept it,it ll become milder with going of time.and do breathing exercise ,exercise, walking regularly.stay hydrated. and pray always.god bless you

      Soham GhoshSoham Ghosh3 aylar önce
    • @Soham Ghosh Thanks.

      Ringer HeringaRinger Heringa3 aylar önce
    • go through motivationaldoc videos

      Soham GhoshSoham Ghosh3 aylar önce
    • i can help you

      The AtlantisThe Atlantis4 aylar önce
    • explain it more pls

      The AtlantisThe Atlantis4 aylar önce
  • Will u please help me cos I swear to god I am trying every day n its so hard to get even out the door.

    Donna Mc cormickDonna Mc cormick4 aylar önce
    • Donna Mc cormick I’m sorry to hear that Donna. Have you spoken to a therapist ?

      Marcus SpainMarcus Spain3 aylar önce
  • I’ve realized that I’m just anxious in general . Thank you for helping us doc :) good luck everyone

    JnMJnM4 aylar önce
  • Thank you Mark. Id just like to say that your advice on exercise as aid to lower anxiety is spot on. I hate exercising but it's only thing that helps with my GAD. You do a wonderful job with your advice on youtube.

    Jerry JonesJerry Jones4 aylar önce
  • Doctors said this days many people, especially women are facing the trauma of anxiety & depression which lead to many deaths. Doctors have spend many good ten years in this research on how to cure anxiety and depression as well as how to prevent it, below is also youtube video that talks about the cure of anxiety depression & how to prevent your self from being a victim. Click on that link above and once you land on the page, click where it says "I am not a robot and then you will be redirected to the you tub video that shows how to cure anxiety. Please share this video to help many people get out of anxiety and depression. I dedicated this video to Kelly Williams, my good friend who died of anxiety and depression.

    Abdu;rasheed MichikaAbdu;rasheed Michika4 aylar önce
  • Nice one Mr Mark, well done. Thanks & God bless

    Abdu;rasheed MichikaAbdu;rasheed Michika4 aylar önce
  • Someone recommended to me for my GAD Magnesium Malate or Magnedium Gylcinate (no dosage amounts), taken throughout the day (not designating how many times). What is your opinion?

    Lynette DaveyLynette Davey5 aylar önce
  • Would you please do a video regarding treatment of panic disorder with agoraphobia.

    Kate SKate S5 aylar önce
    • @Jerry Jones thanks so much for reaching out Jerry. I have been in therapy for about a year and have been dealing with panic disorder for about two. CBT has definitely been apart of my therapy but it doesn't seem to be helping me as much as other say its helped them. I've also been diagnosed with PTSD so maybe that has something to with it. I will definitely look that book up. I appreciate it. Thanks again.

      Kate SKate S4 aylar önce
    • Hi Kate. I just wanted to say that I had a terrible problem with panic disorder/agoraphobia some years ago so I know something about the condition. I was fortunate enough to get CBT (congnitive behavioural therapy) . I'd just like to say it worked really well for me and I was back to normal in a few months. I recommend you read Aaron Beck - CBT, it'll give you a head start . Panic disorder is very curable. best wishes and good luck

      Jerry JonesJerry Jones4 aylar önce
  • I will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on him Jesus said because all things work together for the good for those who love God and are called according to his purpose and that faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God

    Jeff BrigmanJeff Brigman5 aylar önce
    • @E Brownie My pleasure.

      Joseph T.Joseph T.3 aylar önce
    • @Joseph T. Thank u brother.

      E BrownieE Brownie3 aylar önce
    • @E Brownie Please remember to relax and breathe deeply, and continue doing it slowly and repetitivly until desired result of calm is felt. Increasing your intake od Vitamin D during the day, either through food or supplementation, can help with thoughts running around your head. It has a calming effect on the nervous system. It's helped me, so maybe it could help you as well. Prayer helps too. Take care.

      Joseph T.Joseph T.3 aylar önce
    • @Joseph T. Thank u brother.. Thoughts rushing through my head and i'm unable to stop it.

      E BrownieE Brownie3 aylar önce
    • @E Brownie Romans 10:17

      Joseph T.Joseph T.3 aylar önce
  • The 'life becomes a thing of endurance rather than enjoyment' is so spot on I literally felt it sum up everything in my life at the moment.

    NewBookSmellNewBookSmell6 aylar önce
    • I've been researching relieving social anxiety quickly and found a great website at Kevs Control Plan (look it up on google)

      ČudneStvariČudneStvariAylar önce
    • hi guys, the greatest info that ive had was by using Kevs Control Plan (i found it on google) - I found it themost useful resource that I have ever followed.

    • Hello the best results that I have had was by following Kevs Control Plan (i found it on google) - I found it themost useful idea that I've followed.

      Luis FinoLuis FinoAylar önce
    • There are a few factors in reducing social anxiety quickly. One resource I found which successfully combines these is Kevs Control Plan (check it out on google) definately the best plan that I have ever seen. Check out all the amazing info .

      aradvi21aradvi21Aylar önce
  • I triggered GAD 5 months ago by smoking a high on THC cannabis strain. Will this feeling go away? And if yes how long?

    Evangelos V.Evangelos V.6 aylar önce
    • you should not comment on a serious subject like this if you self inflict a anxiety attack after drugb abuse !! It's insulting

    • Hi.. Me too.. Now into depression.. Everything is ruin now.. Do you have any solution for this

      aiman fahmiaiman fahmi3 aylar önce
    • Look up done with Dpd. The anxiety ninja

      Kristine SpencerKristine Spencer3 aylar önce
    • Evangelos V. Going through this right now, triggered it with a late night energy drink

      Nigel StanfordNigel Stanford6 aylar önce
  • Thank you this is exactly what I had for many years and I didn't know it, it is really horrible living with this.

    David ZhangDavid Zhang6 aylar önce
    • It is terrible

      DennisDennis3 aylar önce
    • How are you right now is your anxiety already cured?

      Gede Hendra YudaGede Hendra Yuda4 aylar önce
  • Starts at 3:25

    Words of WisdomWords of Wisdom6 aylar önce
  • This feeling is shit & will not go away. Exercise every day, eat well, no drink or drugs & i feel worse than ever. Its evil. Wish i had a gun so i could blow my fucking rotten brains out. No more mental torture 24/7 then.

    Last Rose Of SummerLast Rose Of Summer6 aylar önce
  • Very helpful video thank u so much 😊

    evangeline dimalevangeline dimal6 aylar önce
  • Had this for 3 years so far . The symptoms are super scary and challenging. Sleeping is also difficult. Hope we all get better and live normal again. I feel like we are retarded in a sense. I say that with love. But GAD is not normal at all.

    Tha DudeTha Dude6 aylar önce
    • Good info

      Irene JackIrene Jack4 aylar önce
  • Wonderful video!

    Electric SheepElectric Sheep6 aylar önce
  • Thank,very useful tips ,I used to see patterns,but you helped me with next steps, finding which need is not met causes anxiety .. but one thing common is childhood issues later causes anxiety and clients generally don't share..I wanted to know the counseling session should go how long before one can start hypnosis.. regards

    Anjana BaligaAnjana Baliga7 aylar önce
  • Wow I’m so thankful I found your video about anxiety! I was in a abusive toxic relationship with an addict and ever since I left my anxiety and panic as diminished! I would get panic attacks in the car. So now a month has gone by I am afraid to drive because I am fearing a panic attack where it is difficult to escape if I need help. Something I need to work on... thanks for this!!

    Amanda CaseyAmanda Casey7 aylar önce
    • Hi Amanda. I just wanted to say that I had a terrible problem with panic disorder/agoraphobia some years ago so I know something about the condition. I was fortunate enough to get CBT (congnitive behavioural therapy) . I'd just like to say it worked really well for me and I was back to normal in a few months. I recommend you read Aaron Beck - CBT, it'll give you a head start . Panic disorder is very curable. best wishes and good luck

      Jerry JonesJerry Jones4 aylar önce
  • Thank you for touching on all aspects of GAD. Your explanations and solutions to overcoming Generalized Anxiety Disorder are right on the mark in this video.! Fantastic knowledge, advice and solutions in this video. Extremely helpful. Thank you Mark.

    Denise GailDenise Gail7 aylar önce
  • Great video! It covers a lot. Thank you

    Lisa FrenchLisa French7 aylar önce
  • Dr Tyrell, thank you for providing so much help for therapists as well as those of us with various conditions who are looking for help. Your TRvision channel and website are full of information, kindly and gently expressed.

    Shirley KayeShirley Kaye7 aylar önce
  • Very helpful video. I have forwarded information to my therapist so she can watch it as well as some of the others. My GAD is complicated further by Major Depressive Disorder, Agoraphobia and a bunch of other fears. Due to hyponatremia in the past, I cannot take SSRIs or SNRIs, so all my meds are only partially effective. I agree with the prior comments about never thinking about emotional trauma in the past being relevant. My parents were very overprotective, I'm an only child, and they taught me to fear almost everything, and never untaught me as I got older, so my fears are still stuck in a child's mind in my head. Thank you for the insights you provide on the TRvision channel.

    Shirley KayeShirley Kaye7 aylar önce
    • Shirley Kaye same

      FF AscalonFF Ascalon4 aylar önce
  • great therapeutic insight as usual Mark, missing needs have never heard before very revealing

    Curt MurrayCurt Murray7 aylar önce
  • I never realized how the controlling and guilty upbringing I had keeps me beating myself up as an adult. It's logical.

    Luigi PerroneLuigi Perrone7 aylar önce
    • So true!

      DennisDennis3 aylar önce
  • I need a Dr. Like you.. Any suggestions for North San Diego County??

    Nate C.Nate C.7 aylar önce
    • Hi Nate C again. My therapist reminded me that for those in the US looking for a therapist, the Psychology Today website has a Therapist Finder function that lets you search by zip code. Each therapist has a profile listing their specialties, and I think also info regarding whether they take insurance or not. If the therapist runs group sessions, usually the date and time are provided, like Third Thursday, 7 pm. I do not know what is available in other countries regarding ways to find a therapist.

      Shirley KayeShirley Kaye7 aylar önce
    • Nate C. Thanks for your kind reply. I totally get it. After 20 years on and off in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, I still had a relapse in 2017. Never in CBT did we talk about childhood trauma. I have taken part in some online summits and conferences and learned so much. The biggest thing you can do for yourself is to maintain hope that things will get better. I'm not Susie Sunshine by any means, but since I have learned to have hope, to exercise hope each day, to remind myself that nothing in life is permanent and this too shall pass (eventually?), my attitude has changed significantly. A good therapist is more effective than drugs which cause so many troubles in the long run. I'm on four psychiatric drugs, and some of them are addictive and all require extreme care in tapering to get off of them. My current therapist has taken me further since November than the 20 years of CBT. CBT is great for getting you through each day, but does not get to the root of the problem, so it is more of a band aid than a cure, in my opinion. It did help me, but never taught me where all this yucky stuff came from. So please maintain hope. I know it isn't easy, as I was never taught to have hope and learning it at 65 has been an interesting experience! Also, see if there is a chapter of NAMI (can't remember what the acronym stands for--National Association for Mental Illness?) in your area. They often have support groups. Keep watching this TRvision channel and check out their website as they have self help activities. Each thing you learn is an accomplishment and you can praise yourself. Wishing you the best and hoping you can find someone to help you along. Shirley

      Shirley KayeShirley Kaye7 aylar önce
    • @Shirley Kaye thank you. Been struggling for so many years and I just want a chance at a better life!! Something better than the past 20 years of barely surviving. 💗

      Nate C.Nate C.7 aylar önce
    • Nate C. Hi Nate. You can go to the ADAA website and see if their list of providers has anyone in your area.

      Shirley KayeShirley Kaye7 aylar önce
GAD: 6 Soothing Steps For Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder