Anniversary Special: The Power to Fix Your Anxiety with Faust Ruggiero – Episode 300

In celebration of our fourth anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year. We’ve been taught to think of anxiety as though we have a mental disease. Anxiety is primarily a physiological reaction. If we can sympathize over those fight or flight moments, we can start to retrain your brain and manage that moment in a different way. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Faust Ruggiero. Faust is a seasoned professional with nearly 40 years of experience in counseling and psychology. His career has spanned a wide array of settings, from clinics for deaf children to prisons and major corporations. As the President of the Community Psychological Center in Bangor, Pennsylvania, Faust developed the Process Way of Life counseling program, now featured in his award-winning book, “The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook”. This program offers a comprehensive approach, addressing over fifty internal human processes to help individuals overcome life's challenges. Faust's expertise has earned him recognition nationally and internationally, and he hosts the radio show “Fix It With Faust”. In 2023, he released the second installment of The Fix Yourself Empowerment Series, titled “The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook”. Faust is committed to improving lives through his innovative counseling and personal development programs. We’re excited to have Faust with us today to discuss anxiety, desperation, and his book “The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook”.


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