1:1 Anxiety Coaching
You don't have to take on anxiety and panic attacks alone.
My name is Tyler Ellis, and anxiety used to control my life.
My anxiety started in early high school and took nearly every form imaginable. Some days this was just a general sense of anxiety and jitters; other days it was social anxiety so crippling I'd skip class assignments and let my grade suffer to save face.
Ignorant to mental health issues, my anxiety went undiagnosed and got worse over time. When I had my first panic attack I had no idea what was going on; I laid on the couch, desperately trying to catch my breath. My heart was pounding out of my chest and I desperately pleaded with my parents to call an ambulance. This would be the first panic attack of many.
The years leading up to college were rough, but I was relentelessly determined to improve my situation and my mental health. By majoring in Psychology, I was able to gain an understanding of my own anxiety. This introspection allowed me to "reverse-engineer" the workings of my own mind. With some trial and error, I started to notice the patterns, behaviors, and mindsets that helped me to reduce my own anxiety and live a more fulfilling, stress-free life.
Today, I'm proud to say that my anxiousness is 99.9% a thing of the past (of course, everyone still has their rough days). Panic attacks are a distant memory in the rearview mirror. I'm able to live life to the fullest, confidently. Without anxiety running my life, my hobbies include traveling the world (often solo), learning new skills, and engaging with new people.
I am not a doctor, psychologist, or licensed therapist. I recommend everyone suffering from anxiety be seeing a licensed mental health professional regularly. This coaching service is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or mental health issue, and it is certainly not a substitute for traditional mental health counseling.
This coaching service is simply an opportunity for one-on-one, friendly guidance to anyone who could benefit from it.
Learning to manage my anxiety has changed my life, and I am passionate about helping others to do the same.
If time were not a factor, I would gladly offer this service for free.
*If you cannot afford this coaching service, you may still send me an email whenever you need advice.
Although my time is limited, I will always give my best effort to respond when possible.*
Let's See if it's a Good Fit!
With a Free 15-minute Phone Call or Email Conversation
Anxiety Coaching Plans
One 1-Hour Session
Anxiety Coaching FAQs
I am not any of these things, nor would I ever want to give the illusion that I am. Having suffered from and beaten panic attacks and anxiety myself, I am passionate about the topic and believe I have value to offer others in the same position I was once in. I do have a bachelor's degree in Psychology, but I consider that irrelevant to these personal coaching sessions.
These sessions are not cheap, so I want to spend them in whatever way YOU feel you will get the most value out of them; during the free consultation we can discuss your preferences. For a one-hour session we will meet up via phone call, video call, or text (I realize that anxious individuals may have different preferences, and I am open to compromising to find the best solution for you).
You have the option to allow me to guide the conversation, or you may do so yourself. This is YOUR time. I am happy to lead, or simply to listen; whichever suits your needs. Ideally, we will set up some type of plan for you to make progress toward getting out of your comfort zone, overcoming a fear, etc. I will save some time toward the end of each session for any specific questions you may have.
These coaching sessions are not meant to substitute for traditional therapy. I believe there is massive benefit in traditional therapy sessions, and the value of therapy should not be discounted.
However, I also believe in the unique value that I can bring via coaching sessions. I am a huge psychology nerd and have poured thousands of hours into reading textbooks and research papers on the topic. I have also single-handedly crushed my panic attacks and anxiety, learning a ton of invaluable methods for preventing and eliminating anxiousness along the way.
I want these sessions to feel more like "friendly advice" than anything else. I'm simply someone who has been there before, telling you what has worked for me (and what may hopefully work for you). Best of all, I don't have to follow any sort of stuffy guidelines or try and squeeze you into a one-size-fits-all solution.
My style may not be for everyone. I don't have a soothing, monotone voice, and I can sometimes be a bit on the chaotic side when it comes to thinking outside the box to find solutions to problems. With that said, I really do care about helping my clients.
The free, initial 15-minute consultation should give you an idea of who you'd be working with. If I'm just not your cup of tea, no hard feelings; maybe I could even refer you to someone more your speed. Beyond the 15-minute consultation, I can't guarantee refunds on coaching services (my time spent with you will be pulled from other opportunities).
I do understand that things come up, and will always do my best to be fair and do the right thing. With cancellations or refund requests, I will always try to find a compromise that's fair to both of us.
Hey, this isn't cheap; I get it. When I first started having panic attacks and anxiety, there was no way I could afford this. I really would make it free if I could, but I'm only one man and I do have a mortgage to pay! Fortunately, there are tons of free resources on our blog and YouTube Channel.
You may also send me an email via our contact page at any time for honest, personalized advice. I try to respond to every email, but I do ask that inquiries be kept as concise as possible so I have time to respond to everyone.