Anxiety Resources

Video Resources:

Hope Building – Anxiety Reduction Workshop


Hope Building – Anxiety Reduction Workshop



Jesus said, “Do not worry …” yet how many of us have experienced a bit of worry or fear over these past several weeks? Join Pastor Adam Klekowski and Wanda Brothers, LMFT, SEP as they explore spiritual and practical skills to manage and reduce stress and anxiety and to bring the peace of God back into our daily awareness. Learn how your physical body acts as either the doorway to “God’s peace that passes understanding”, or the blockade to peace and a sense of safety. The time will include some teaching and simple powerful tools and exercises to use daily to defeat the power of fear and to calm and ground the body and mind.

When Normal Isn’t Normal Anymore – Parenting During Covid-19


When Normal Isn’t Normal Anymore – Parenting During Covid-19



Join Jamie Van Dyke, our elementary kids director, and Jenna Hillman, licensed marriage and family therapist, as they explore what it means to parent during a pandemic.
Topics of discussion will include: creating a new normal, identifying and supporting children with anxiety, navigating grief and loss, prioritizing self care and finding joy in the midst of crisis.

One Another Podcast - Episodes on Anxiety

  • The Alchemy of Anxiety (Part 2)

During these uneasy times, anxiety affects us all. On this episode, Scott Wildey and Wanda Brothers start the conversation about why self-care is crucial for care-givers (leaders) during such a time as this. And, during this uncertain time, being grounded with God and in one’s own body can make all the difference.

Wanda Brothers is a body focused therapist. She helps people heal from trauma, reach their goals, and assists them to learn how to evict anxiety and live life with joy and vitality. Wanda has been an adjunct professor of psychology and give lectures and presentations on Anxiety, Trauma and the Body, to name a few. Her website is wandabrothers.com. Part of Wanda’s mission is to befriend their body, because “A world with less stress, anger, and anxiety is a world where love and peace can flourish.”

Recommended Resources:
WandaBrothers.com
SDTraumaTherapy.com

Books Mentioned:
The Pastor in a Secular Age, by Andrew Root
The Magnificent Story, by James Bryan Smith
A Failure of Nerve, by Edwin Friedman
Atomic Habits, by James Clear

On this second part episode, Scott Wildey and Wanda Brothers continue the conversation about why self-care is crucial for care-givers (leaders) during such a time as this, diving into practical tools of how to alchemize anxiety.

Wands Brothers is a body focused therapist. She helps people heal from trauma, reach their goals, and assists them to learn how to evict anxiety and live life with joy and vitality. Wanda has been an adjunct professor of psychology and give lectures and presentations on Anxiety, Trauma and the Body, to name a few. Her website is wandabrothers.com. Part of Wanda’s mission is to befriend their body, because “A world with less stress, anger, and anxiety is a world where love and peace can flourish.”

Recommended Resources:
WandaBrothers.com
SDTraumaTherapy.com

Books Mentioned:
The Pastor in a Secular Age, by Andrew Root
The Magnificent Story, by James Bryan Smith
A Failure of Nerve, by Edwin Friedman
Atomic Habits, by James Clear

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MBTI Step II Workshop: Understanding Your Personality Under Stress and Out of Preference

Sunday, May 31, 8pm, via Zoom. Personality frames our perceptions and motivations, while also revealing how we experience stress. The MBTI Step II personalizes the standard four-letter MBTI within forty facets explaining individual expression of personality type. In this workshop you will learn your unique “out-of-preference” personality characteristics, as well as your personality under stress.

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Counseling Resources

We believe that wholeness is an essential part of our spiritual health, particularly in this  unique and challenging time with COVID-19. We are here to help. To get connected to a counselor that's right for you and learn about Flood's counseling scholarships, email: [email protected] for women and [email protected] for men.

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Anxiety Reduction Group (Open to All)

Wednesday Evenings Online This new short-term group will include art, relaxation, body focused calming tools and community interaction around hope, faith and supporting each other in our fears.

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