I Hate Anxiety Podcast http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/ Larry Quicksall (host) is a mental health therapist with 30 years experience in the mental health field. Larry has been specializing in treating anxiety disorders over the past decade, and he shares what he has learned about anxiety and how to help you help yourself reduce or eliminate the anxiety in your life. Podcast Generator 2.6 - http://podcastgen.sourceforge.net Sat, 23 Jun 2018 01:57:38 -0600 en Copyright (C) 2017 by Larry Quicksall http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/images/itunes_image.png I Hate Anxiety Podcast http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/ Larry Quicksall (host) is a mental health therapist with 30 years experience in the mental health field. Larry has been specializing in treating anxiety disorders over the past decade, and he shares what he has learned about anxiety and how to help you help yourself reduce or eliminate the anxiety in your life. I Hate Anxiety Podcast Larry Quicksall Larry Quicksall larry@citrainings.com clean Ep009 - Emotional Reasoning In this episode, Larry Quicksall explains the differences between Emotional Reasoning and Evidence Based Logic, and the roles they plan in both anxiety developing and treatment. In this episode, Larry Quicksall explains the differences between Emotional Reasoning and Evidence Based Logic, and the roles they play in both anxiety developing and treatment.

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In this episode, Larry Quicksall explains the differences between Emotional Reasoning and Evidence Based Logic, and the roles they plan in both anxiety developing and treatment. http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/?name=2017-06-01_ihap-009-emotional-reasoning.mp3 http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/?name=2017-06-01_ihap-009-emotional-reasoning.mp3 19:52 larry@citrainings.com (Larry Quicksall) Larry Quicksall anxiety, fear, emotional reasoning, emotions, evidence, logic no Thu, 01 Jun 2017 15:41:00 -0600
Ep008 - The Prefrontal Cortex and the Amygdala In this episode of the podcast Larry Quicksall answers a question from Beth: "How come I can know something can't hurt me, but I feel all scared in my body." In this episode of the podcast Larry Quicksall answers a question from Beth: "How come I can know something can't hurt me, but I feel all scared in my body.  I tell myself it's OK, but my body always wins the argument."  Larry answers this question by explaining the relationship between two structures in the brain: the Prefrontal Cortex (PFC) and the Amygdala.  The PFC is where we use logic to rationally look at a situation to determine if it is dangerous or not.  The Amygdala uses experiential learning to remember what is dangerous and then launches the Sympathetic Nervous System (our fight or flight response) to give us the abilities to survive a life threatening situation.  Larry explains how these two structures can work in harmony and against each other.

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In this episode of the podcast Larry Quicksall answers a question from Beth: "How come I can know something can't hurt me, but I feel all scared in my body." http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/?name=2017-05-14_ihap-008-pfc-amygdala.mp3 http://citrainings.com/podcastgen/?name=2017-05-14_ihap-008-pfc-amygdala.mp3 13:01 larry@citrainings.com (Larry Quicksall) Larry Quicksall anxiety, fear, amygdala, prefrontal cortex no Sun, 21 May 2017 06:00:00 -0600