Anxiety is the most contagious affect in the human experience. Whether or not we realize it, we are designed to pick up on the anxiety of others. It’s how we stay safe when we are young, and it carries into adulthood. The problem is, our bodies are not designed for us to be anxious and – (more)
How are you doing? How is your family doing? Yes, really? How are you all doing? Before we launch into the holiday season it’s a good time to check in and take stock on our own wellbeing. Are you all doing, well? Just okay? Are you feeling fabulous? We know how disruptive COVID-19 has been to – (more)
There’s a hidden place called Beachwood… Lynne Bryan Phipps’, Beachwood’s Executive Director, was interviewed recently on “It’s Your Voice,” talking about how Beachwood’s horses and Integrative Equine Therapy can help people heal from anxiety trauma and stress related illness. Integrative Equine Therapy Can Help with Anxiety and Stress Right Now Host, Bahia Yackzan, was asking – (more)
Anxious about Going Back to School? Here are 5 Ways Beachwood Can Help with Anxiety with our “Tune-in/Tune-up” Program. As the seasons start to change, and Autumn is upon us, one of the biggest transitions can be returning to school or college. Going back to school can make people feel very anxious and stressed. We – (more)
We are often asked at Beachwood; how do I know when I’m experiencing stress? This is especially challenging when people have been in stressful situations for a long time. Eventually, it just feels normal to feel anxious and stressed. Luckily our bodies provide a guide to help us tune in to stress and anxiety and – (more)
On June 17th 2022, the US Equestrian Federation (USEF) announced that Beachwood Integrative Equine Therapy has been selected to become one of their Community Outreach Organizations. Twenty-one organizations have been selected so far, and each of us provides “equine-based learning opportunities and supports the positive impact horses can have” within our local communities. About US – (more)
This has been an unprecedented disaster for most of us that has a profound impact on our daily lives. If we were in a natural disaster, or even surviving a terrorist attack, there is visible damage, and the time it takes to endure the event is limited. We get through it, and then we deal with the aftermath.
How to relieve anxiety, gain confidence, and find authentic connection. Why am I so anxious? Humans are designed to live in connection. We are wired to feel not only our own emotions but the emotions of those around us. In today’s world, with so much chaos, concern, and COVID, most of us feel anxious and – (more)