Worry Free

A Proven Way to End Chronic Worry and Lower Your Anxiety for Good

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Do you worry way too much? 

Are you tired of being stressed out and anxious all the time? 

Do you struggle to concentrate or stick with your goals because of worry and overthinking?

Does your worry affect your relationships?

Is it difficult to be present with people you love because you’re constantly in your head imagining the worst?

If this sounds familiar, then this course is for you!

You really can learn the skills to stop worrying

In this self-paced online course you'll:

  • Learn the psychology behind chronic worry and anxiety.
  •  Build anti-worry habits to lower your stress and anxiety long-term.
  • Train your brain to stop worrying with one daily practice that is incredibly effective.
  •  Learn The C.A.L.M Method, a healthy and sustainable way to manage intense worries in the moment.
  •  Transform your mindset around worry and anxiety from combative to compassionate.
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The Mechanics of Worry

Learn how worry works, why we get stuck, and how to break the chronic worry habit for good.

Practical Skills

Learn specific techniques to let go of worry, including Scheduled Worry, The C.A.L.M. Technique, and Mindfulness Practice. 

Personalized 30-Day Plan to Overcome Worry

You'll be guided to create your system for implementing these skills each day until they become your new worry-free habits. 

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How the Course Works:

  • Worry Free is a self-paced course. You can work through the lessons and exercises anytime and at your own pace.
  • You will get lifetime access to the course content and material, including newly added features over time.
  • The course is purposefully brief and targeted. No fluff. You can work through the whole thing in under 2 hours.
  • The course includes downloadable PDF resources to help you learn to stop worrying

Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Nick Wignall, Psychologist

I’m a clinical psychologist, writer, teacher, and podcaster.

You can learn more about my work and interests below, but everything I write about comes down to one big principle:

Emotional health comes from good habits, not just nice ideas.

In the same way that the body relies on healthy habits and exercise to stay fit and strong, emotional health depends on good habits of mind.

 I did my doctoral training in clinical psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Prior to that, I earned my master’s in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s in English Literature from the University of Dallas.

I am board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology, a Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, as well as a member of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.

I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico with my wife and our four kids — Elena, Gabriela, Evangeline, and Micah.

Let’s keep in touch!

The best way to say hello, ask a question, or throw me a little constructive feedback is to hop on my weekly newsletter →

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