A FREE mini-course designed to help you find peace of mind.
worry relief

Got a case of the "what if's"?

When you often find yourself thinking through all of the worst case scenarios or possible negative outcomes, no matter how unrealistic or unlikely they are. 

Or how about "over-analysis paralysis"?

When you’re so busy overthinking everything and trying to prepare yourself for the worst that you feel incapable of moving on or moving forward.

You can end up spending a great deal of time and energy spinning around in your mind...thinking of all of the possible outcomes...picking apart what was said or done...planning and troubleshooting…

with little to show for it except for the added stress. 

You can get so caught up in your head that you have trouble staying focused and your days become a blur because you’re not fully present.

Your lose sleep. You feel tense and on edge and you’re often looking for some sort of reassurance that everything is going to be ok, but even when you get it...you still feel unsure.

You’ve tried telling yourself to stop worrying so much but it feels like your worrying is beyond your control.

And it seems like everyone else in the world is worrying about something right now, it's hard to find peace of mind when there is so much stress and fear everywhere you look.

Plus you’re afraid that if you stop worrying you’ll be caught off guard and something bad will surely happen. 

You think your worrying is realistic, practical, and it helps you feel prepared but sometimes…

...you wish you could just turn your mind off and feel at peace. 

Get a solid night’s sleep. 

Be more present in your life and relationships.

You want to lighten up, feel more satisfied, and start enjoying yourself again.

You want to ease your worried mind.

Well, you’ve come to the right place. 

The Easing Your Worried Mind mini-course is designed to help you:

Understand worry and your worry process
Learn to slow the process down and help you be more present
Learn techniques to help you disrupt the worry cycle and better manage your worries
Find productive solutions to provide you with relief


This mini-course is for you if…

  • You know your worrying has gotten out of hand.
  • You’re ready to free up some headspace and be more present in your life and relationships.
  • You’re looking for a quick intro to practical strategies that work to give yourself a break from worry and ease your mind.

"Really helpful! I've been using a couple of the techniques and it's totally changed how much time I spend worrying."



How much does the course cost?

It's FREE! All you have to do is sign up and you'll receive instant and unlimited access to the course.

When does the course start and how long does it last?

This is self-paced course meaning you can start it and complete it on your own time. It includes four short videos and you can watch them all in a half hour.

Will it help me completely stop worrying?

The goal is to learn to better manage your worries, not get rid of them altogether. You see, worrying is a normal human response and some worry can be helpful and productive so you don’t necessarily want to get rid of it completely. 

BUT if you start putting the techniques and strategies that you learn into regular practice, you can get a better handle on your worries and find the relief you've been looking for.

Melanie Lopes, MFT

Meet Your Instructor

Hi! I'm Melanie Lopes. I'm a licensed psychotherapist and I'll be your instructor for this mini-course.

I've got an active mind and I've spent my fair share of time trying to think my way out of my worries and uncertainty. I'm familiar with waking up at 3 am with my mind plugging away, running through scenarios and trying to figure something out. I also know how relieving it can be when you can learn to give yourself a break from all of that... and that's why I created this course. Because I want more people to experience that too. I want to share some simple and practical techniques to help you learn to ease your mind and start living a life with more joy and satisfaction.