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Assistant Professor Rachel Diamond Shares Rainbow Grounding Technique with Happify Health

In the Media | 05.25.22

Adler Chicago assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, shared positive distractions and grounding exercises to reduce the physical and psychological symptoms of anxiety with Happify Health. Diamond provides her go-to strategy called “rainbow grounding,” in which an individual identifies objects in their surrounding environment in the order of the colors of the rainbow. She speaks on how slowing down and scanning your surroundings can be a good tool for controlling a racing heart, intrusive thoughts, and trouble concentrating. Read the full article here.

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