The Indigo Project - Anxiety Toolkit
The Indigo Project
The Indigo Project is a Sydney based Psychology Practise that thinks creatively about Mental Health.
The Indigo Project has over 20 Therapists and Psychologists specialising in anxiety, depression, relationships, counselling and much more. They also offer a range of creative workshops, events and resources for the community.
Please note that all information in this blog post is accredited to the Indigo Project
The Indigo Project designs toolkits help people dealing with Anxiety, Depression, Relationships and Stress. These resources empower people by giving them practical tools to manage the mind. So let’s shake things up and break the stigma surrounding mental health.
Worrying is perfectly normal. Without it, you’d probably land yourself in some dangerous situations with your guard too far down. But when those worries take over us, something’s not quite right.
Anxiety is a roadblock. You literally can’t see past the fear or thought to the point where you quickly arrive at worst-case scenarios that can manifest in real-life; panic attacks, a tight chest, breathlessness. Sometimes, there’s no obvious trigger for all of this, which can make things even more confusing. The good news is, there’s plenty you can do to manage your anxiety.
Mindfulness can help…
A Breathing Exercise
How to Support a Friend or Partner with Anxiety?
A Book to Read…
In Daring Greatly, Dr. Brown challenges everything we think we know about vulnerability. Based on twelve years of research, she argues that vulnerability is not weakness, but rather our clearest path to courage, engagement, and meaningful connection.
The Indigo Project offers so many practical tools to support people with anxiety. One Eighty encourages everyone to check out their website and read up on some of their resources. For further information and to link up with a likeminded Therapist please click on the button below.
Any information on this blog is not a substitute for professional advice. It is written from personal experience and research only. If you are in crisis, go to your nearest emergency room, call lifeline on 13 11 14 or dial 000.