Last week we talked about fear of riding and I suggested that anxiety can be good or bad. We talked about what causes anxiety and briefly touched on a few ways to reduce it. Today’s interview is going to go much deeper on this topic as I talk to Tina O’Connor, a Licensed Professional Counselor. Tina shares more strategies for relieving stress, and we talk about how to get past your anxiety and become calm and confident with horses.
Tina shares many insights in this interview, from gaining more self-confidence to moving on from a traumatic event like a fall. I am very excited to share this, so click play to watch the video, then scroll down to leave a comment!
For more tips on how to handle anxiety, visit my Calm & Confident Rider Free Resource
Now we want to hear from you! What strategy do you believe will work best to relieve anxiety or do you have other ways of relaxing that work well for you?
See you in the comments,
p.s. If you want to read last week’s article called Fear of Riding Horses, What Causes it and How to Overcome It, Click Here
p.p.s If you’d like to learn more about the psychology of riding join me in my Calm & Confident Rider course here.
To get in touch with Tina call 610-857-8089. For those of you who are local, her office address is 4221 W. Lincoln Hwy, Parksburg, Pa 19365.