On Tuesday, March 29th at 4pm PDT Warwick's will host Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider as she discusses her new book, Frazzlebrain: Break Free from Anxiety, Anger, and Stress Using Advanced Discoveries in Neuropsychology, in conversation with Anastasia Zadeik. Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider is a licensed psychotherapist, award-winning blogger, certified coach, and corporate trainer. She serves as codirector of Schneider Counseling and Corporate Solutions. Dr. Simmons Schneider served as adjunct faculty in psychology at San Diego City College. She is also certified in Neuroscience for Clinicians through PESI and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing through National Trauma Services. Dr. Simmons Schneider has been quoted in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the San Diego Union-Tribune, and she contributes to online media podcasts covering a variety of mental health topics.
If you feel frazzled, you dwell in good company. Racing between the demands of work, health, family, and friends, many people report feelings of worry, irritability, and increasing stress. While we often cannot control stressful life events, we can learn to control our brain's response to those circumstances and reduce our suffering.
Drawing from the latest research and more than 25 years of clinical experience, Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider explains the link between anxiety, anger, and stress and shares groundbreaking remedies from neuropsychology. These tools will strengthen your resilience and expand your capacity for happiness.
In Frazzlebrain, you'll discover how to:
- Soften your response to stress
- Overcome toxic self-criticism
- Tame hostile and cynical thinking
- Activate your brain's self-healing properties
- Create meaningful experiences
- Cultivate optimism and hopefulness
Each chapter offers exercises, case examples, and self-improvement skills to help you achieve a calmer, happier, healthier lifestyle.
Anastasia Zadeik is an author, editor, and narrative nonfiction storyteller. Her work has appeared in The San Diego Decameron Project, Literary Vine Review, and Shaking the Tree. Director of Operations for the San Diego Writers Festival, she is also a frequent performer, coach, and board member for So Say We All, a literary nonprofit dedicated to helping people tell their stories—and tell them better. Her debut novel, Blurred Fates, will be released August 2, 2022.