Social Anxiety Secrets Review
Dr. Todd Snyder’s Social Anxiety Secrets consists of a comprehensive downloadable e-book that not only discusses the causes of social anxiety and phobia, but also provides a comprehensive guide to alleviating and eliminating the feelings of social anxiety that plague so many people.
Dr. Snyder has had years of experience in providing therapeutic programs to patients suffering from all types of panic and anxiety disorders.
His frustration with the lack of reliable information and effective self help guides led him to consolidate his years of experience in an easy to read guide that will enable anyone to follow a step by step plan to eliminate anxiety.
Topics covered include:
- Learning what creates and perpetuates social anxiety
- Developing confidence to reduce anxiety
- Improving relationship and how to meet people skills
- Overcoming “brain freeze”
- Building conversational negotiation skills
- Dealing with public speaking and other “in the spotlight situations”
- How to effectively “small talk” and utilize eye contact
- Eliminating the fear of being embarrassed
The information in Social Anxiety Secrets is laid out in clear and concise chapters that will take you from understanding the causes of social anxiety to utilizing self help techniques to control and eventually eliminate the symptoms.
The Social Anxiety Secrets package also includes a 42 minute MP3 recording of Dr. Snyder walking you through a series of motivational techniques.
These techniques work in conjunction with the information in the e-book to enable you to learn how to eliminate anxiety and better manage the stresses of everyday life.
The MP3 format of this motivational recording means you can listen to it anywhere, anytime.
It can be used as a quick pick-me-up while driving, listening to your iPod, or sitting at your computer.
The package is a comprehensive anxiety self help program that will provide you with a wealth of information and action plans designed to help control and eliminate the debilitating effects of social phobia.