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Erin Olivo

Erin Olivo, PhD is an assistant clinical professor of medical psychology at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She is the former director of the Columbia Integrative Medicine Program, which she headed in collaboration with Dr. Mehmet Oz. Dr. Olivo has...

Customer Reviews for Free Yourself from Anxiety

By Mary L
Date Added: Saturday 22 June 2013
Fabulous! Used it at our clinical retreat!
We are Pediatric Psychology clinicians and soaked in her practical, clear, insightful descriptions of managing anxiety for us all!
Like Tami Simon said....wicked smart!
Loved it!
By Tina Dorau
Date Added: Wednesday 18 July 2012
By tina
Date Added: Saturday 24 September 2011
i agree anxiety is nasty to carry around within...but with discipline by takeing 15mins each day to meditate can help to clear the mind and feel renewal within....so dont give up just give it a try
By Donald Fong
Date Added: Saturday 13 August 2011
Good as basic mindfulness meditation. Hasn't helped much in mitigating my anxieties, though.
But, I think my problems go deeper
than mere anxieties. Has not been a waste of time. Does help me a little bit. Could benefit you a lot.
By Monica B
Date Added: Wednesday 10 July 2013
Pretty superficial. Didn't like her voice.
By rachel gaspers
Date Added: Saturday 10 December 2011
The problem here is mine: as with the last download I did, the information is overly simplistic (for me personally);but also it's hard to navigat the download to just get to the meditations. Don't know why that's true---it only seems to have come in as one lump.
When I say it's my issue, I mean that I'm always interested in ways of deepening my understandings and insights.
This recording, and the one by Rick Hansen are, for me, examples of simple introductions----understandable for a large audiance. I need to use more discretion before making decisions to purchase.
By Kathie Skinner
Date Added: Saturday 29 October 2011
I was very disappointed in this item. There were long lapses of silence and a lot of meditation exercises. I guess it would have been better if I didn't listen to these kinds of CDs on my ride to/from work.

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