Anxiety Michigan

Real Tools for the Real World

#FEARLESS

Anxiety is very real and rapidly increasing across 16 to 22 year olds.  There are many reasons for this but every person’s anxiety is different.  There is no one size fits all solution.  Anxiety Michigan is about personalized support.  Managing anxiety is a life-long process but with the #FEARLESS tools, YOU can control your anxiety versus your anxiety controlling you.  It’s Real Tools for the Real World.

Anxiety Michigan and the #FEARLESS campaign is about action, not just discussion or idealogy.  Through the very best of the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Acupressure Points, and Life Coaching Exercises, Beth and Jennifer are helping young people find comfort and ease in life activites that felt impossible before.

 

 

Life Coaching

Learn more at www.windleyworks.com
269-366-0021

EFT & Acupressure

Learn more at www.bethtuttle.com
616-633-8975

Anxiety Michigan was established by Life Coach, Jennifer Wilson of Windley Works and EFT Practioner, Beth Tuttle of Work with Beth Tuttle, to help Michigan youth reduce their anxiety.  Beth and Jennifer combined their nearly 15 years years experience to create the #FEARLESS campaign.  Email them at info@anxietymichigan.com to learn more.

“Everytime I missed a shot in basketball, I would get so in my head.  Then I kept missing and would be pulled from the game.  I started working with the tools and it  helps.  I can do the EFT tapping during the game and no one even notices.”

Eli

Royal Oak, Michigan, Age 16

“I have so much trouble falling asleep, especially when I have a test the next day.  The tools are so easy to learn and it has really worked to relax me so that I can fall asleep more easily, helping me do better in school.”

Sophia

Grand Rapids, Michigan, Age 19

“My anxiety shows up through tears.  I can cry so hard that I hyperventilate and then it’s a full blown panic attack.  The tools taught me to use my tears to release the anxiety and when I’m not fighting back the tears, I often avoid an attack.”

Kaitlin

Kalamazoo, Michigan, Age 22