Very useful model. I can use this personally and with clients. A lot of people need to learn that they have this power.” L. Fletcher

“Helpful. Very interesting.” Taiwan L.

“Very clear, precise, and easy to follow for sufferers and therapists. Fun and Interesting.” Anthony M.

“A positive approach that lets the clients provide their own answers to their fears and anxiety.” Kath T.


This product contains the audio content of the popular seminar “Treating Intrusive Thoughts and the Inner Critical Voice” by Wale Oladipo, the anxiety recovery coach. 

It provides the tools on how to identify and deal with anxiety-related disorders at the root level as well as how to combat the perpetuating intrusive thoughts and inner critical voices which sustain them.

This audio programme will help you :

  • Understand the four main categories of intrusive thoughts
  • Understand the eight inner critics
  • Understand the biochemistry of anxiety
  • Understand the building blocks of anxiety disorders
  • Understand the neuro-idealisation technique to rewire the brain
  • Learn how to use the FEAR Model for long-lasting transformation
  • Benefit from the live relaxation experiences of others as well as the live feedback to their questions

My Note to You

Sharing this course with thousands of people over the years has been a tremendous pleasure for me. It has helped me grow. I hope it will help you grow too, to some extent? This is just the beginning and not the end. Any subject about anxiety-related disorders and transformation of the human mind is never easy. It is complex and multi-faceted. Hopefully, you will find this material useful in some capacity.

Consistent action is the bridge that links us to the transformation that we desire. It is what you do after you close this manual that counts. It is your daily habit from now on that will determine the quality of the transformation that you enjoy. Persistence is key. Please do not quit. If you’re a helper, please encourage others that you are helping not to quit. It is those who never quit that eventually win. Transformation is possible.

Best Regards,

Wale Oladipo

What Others are Saying About the Content

“The course was enjoyable and helpful for personal application, emotional self-improvement and good mental health habits. Overall a helpful and positive course.” Anonymous, Senior Psychiatric Nurse.

“Very interesting theories and methods of addressing the inner critical voice”. — Suman G., Sufferer

“Interesting course and informative. Good intervention.” Sallies S., Counsellor/ family Therapist/ EMDR Therapist

“The course contain some new and interesting approaches that can be applied in conjunction with existing methods.” Nick C., Psychotherapist

“I enjoyed the course and can see how I could apply this in my work with clients.” – Samantha H., Psychotherapist

“I really enjoyed the workshop. Lots of practical information which I can actually use.” Thank you! – Judith M., Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

“Well taught and lost of information. Very informative and useful. – Anonymous, Therapist

“ A new approach – easy to apply. “ – Anonymous, Teenagers With Anxiety Helper

“A very informative workshop, stripping back to basics that gets forgotten in the REAL world.”  – Pip B., Therapeutic Support Worker/Counsellor

“Very interesting course. Easy to follow. Pleasant tutor, happy to answer queries.” – Jacki G., Service Manager

“My top reason for attending was to understand the FEAR model. It was a very good course. Samantha R., Adult Mental Health Social Worker

“Lots of information. Very interesting and made me understand my own anxieties. Information will also help me with my job role. Anita T., Community Health Nurse School Nursing

I attended in order to assist in working with young people. Excellent course. Very interesting! Rachel C., School Nurse

“Excellent! — Cheryl H., Assistant Practitioner School Nursing

“Enjoyed the course. useful tools.” — Angela T., Counsellor

“Very interesting and will use some of it in my hypnotherapy.” —Joanne H., Hypnotherapist

Course Outline

Introduction: Defining ‘Intrusive Thoughts’ and the ‘Inner Critical Voice’

What are Intrusive Thoughts?

Four Main Categories of Intrusive Thoughts

The Inner Critical Voice

The Eight Inner Critics

The Biochemistry of Anxiety

The Nervous System

The Chemical Brain

Synaptic Connections: Nature or Nurture?

Counteracting Stress

The FEAR Cycle

Five Building Blocks of Anxiety Disorders

Breaking the FEAR Cycle

Diagram: The FEAR Cycle

The Neuro-Idealisation Technique

Mirror Neurones

The Neuro-Idealisation Technique in Four Steps

Neuro-Idealisation Relaxation Screed

Trainee Feedback and Discussion

Brain Activities and Your Recovery 

Q & A Session

The FEAR Model Recovery Steps 

How do you ‘Flip’?

Three Parts of the Brain

Q & A Session

      1. Flip Relaxation and Screed
      2. Envision
      3. Advance
      4. Relax

Diagram: The F.E.A.R. Model

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