Worry refers to the thoughts, images, emotions, and actions of a negative nature in a repetitive, uncontrollable manner that results from a proactive cognitive risk analysis made to avoid or solve anticipated potential threats and their potential consequences.

As an emotion “worry” is experienced from anxiety or concern about a real or imagined issue, often personal issues such as health or finances, or external broader issues.  It’s a natural response to anticipated future problems. Most people experience short-lived periods of worry in their lives without incident; indeed, a mild amount of worrying has positive effects, but with excessive worrisome people they overestimate future dangers in their assessments and in its extremities tend to magnify the situation as a dead-end which results from stress. Chronically worried individuals are also more likely to lack confidence in their problem-solving ability, perceive problems as threats, become easily frustrated when dealing with a problem, and are pessimistic about the outcome of problem-solving efforts.

Seriously anxious people find it difficult to control their worry and typically experience symptoms like restlessness, fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, irritability, muscle tension, and sleep disturbance.


  • Improved health
  • A greater tolerance for handling stressful situations.
  • Improved problem-solving skills and solving problems in the moment.
  • A greater sense of mind-body connection.
  • Improved social skills with existing family/friends and when meeting new people.


Anxiety is a fear response that protects us from harm but can also prevent us from fully experiencing life’s joys. It has the potential to exacerbate itself over time. Developing new behaviors and coping skills can reverse this process, allowing you to find joy in new experiences and manage uncertainty and the stresses of modern life more effectively.


  • Distinguishing between rational and irrational anxiety
  • Identifying anxiety triggers and understanding their causes
  • Learning to cope with the physical sensations of fear
  • Confronting triggers and changing their outcomes
  • Developing new habits and enjoying social interactions

Our Services

We provide the following services:

Business Coaching, Character Education Curriculum, Corporate Workshops & Wellness, Counselling, Life Coaching, Life Skills Coaching, Life Skills Workshops, Neurodiverse Coaching, Neurodiverse Free School Talks, Neurodiverse Information Workshops, Neurodiverse Lagging Skills Assessments, Neurodiverse Teachers Training Workshops, NLP Coaching, Parenting Workshops, Presentations, Talks, Trauma De-briefing, and a free monthly Neurodiverse Support Group Meeting via Zoom.

Send us a message and we’ll work with you to find a time and day for the session that works best for you. If you are unsure of the life skills you require, we may schedule an evaluation. Initial Assessment covers a quick overview of the person’s background, present difficulties, and the skill set needed to overcome difficulties and overcome obstacles that they are encountering personally or professionally.

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