Anxiety is the most common issue in the world of mental health. This book discusses the treatment and reflects on how to deal with anxiety issues in a completely different way. It does not tell you to work harder and look happier, nor does it tell you to fake it until you make it. Rather, it expresses the importance of struggle and the power of intimacy in the hearts and minds of those dealing with anxiety.
Quiet Chaos is a deeply honest conversation between the author and the reader. A conversation that could just change the way you see yourself and the world around you.
Jason Sullivan is a mental-health therapist at Kuwait Counseling Center, and the founder of Quiet Chaos. Jason is also a speaker and a writer. He has presented on student mental-health issues in a university environment at the MENASPA Conferences in Singapore and Kuwait, which is an international conference for student affairs professionals from the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia. He has also presented for the Indian Women’s Association of Kuwait on addiction, as well as the Middle East Psychological Association on the physiology of anxiety disorders. He is the former director of the Counseling Center at the American University of Kuwait, 2011–2019.
Jason has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and religious studies, as well as a master’s degree in mental-health counseling. He has been involved in outreach work through his Quiet Chaos campaign, as well as creating the first art and music therapy program in a university in the Middle East. Jason is a member of the American Counseling Association, Florida Crisis Response Team, and Middle East Psychological Association.