The King’s Speech

Some of the best therapy I've seen on screen is in a great new movie, The King's Speech. Geoffrey Rush plays Lionel Logue, an Australian speech therapist who tackles the debilitating anxiety-driven stammer of Colin Firth's, "Bertie", who become the king of England on the eve of World War II.  The film shows the stifling lives

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Managing turbulence anxiety: Doug’s Blog

    My husband has written a blog for years. In the 10/05/08 post at  http://dougplummer.blogs.com/dispatches/ he writes about dealing with his turbulence anxiety with music, "along with meditation, slow breathing, energy psychology techniques and an emergency stash of Xanax". This is what occurs to someone who has traveled extensively with a psychotherapist. I've worked with other people with flight

By |2008-10-05T17:32:40-07:00October 5th, 2008|0 Comments