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Welcome to the
12 Step Anxiety Recovery Program

A course which explores anxiety, anger, sadness and fear and the impact these emotions can have on everyday life 

What is meant by "recovery"?

Many programs to tackle or combat anxiety are based on systems that view anxiety as an emotion that should be managed and avoided. 


Our program assists people to discover that anxiety is purely the experience of sensations in the body, and that, no matter how uncomfortable they may be, these sensations can be met and moved through, rather than confronted. When sensations are allowed and can be experienced as they are without needing to manage, control, or be removed, they can pass, and the body learns it does not need to be fearful or react in old patterns.

Recovery is a journey that can allow a person to re-cover who they really are.

About the Program

The program covers 12 unique topics around personal development, combining psychosocial education and elements of different therapies and coaching. The course will provide you with strategies to develop resilience and learn how anxiety can work for you, rather than against you. 


Who the Program is for...

We have specialist programs for:

  • Adults experiencing poor mental health or interested in personal development

  • Parents or Carers of Anxious Children

  • Teenagers over 14 years old

  • Children aged 8 - 14 years old 

  • Schools and Colleges

  • Housing Associations

  • Recovery Centres

  • Supported Employment 

  • Autism and Neurodiversity


We are currently delivering the original group 12 Step Anxiety Program across Somerset, for both adults and young people. 


The 12 Step Anxiety Program is now available as a self-paced online course, including downloadable workbooks and video sessions with lifetime access.


Our 1-1 coaching provides personalized support with trained wellbeing coaches, adapted for young people, neurodiversity and individual needs.


From an attendee on our recent program for adults:

“ The course has helped me to realise that I'm not alone, and there are others who experience the same emotions as me. It's made me realise I want to help others like me"
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