The Bernhardt method

Klaus Bernhardt worked for many years as a medical and science journalist before he decided to completely change direction. After various training courses, he devoted himself entirely to research into anxiety disorders. He is a member of the Academy for Neuroscientific Educational Management (AFNB) and thus has access to the latest findings in brain research.

Today’s Spiegel bestseller author has evaluated countless neuroscientific studies for his publications, some of which are unknown in German-speaking countries. On the basis of his research, he developed exercises and techniques that today form the basis of the Bernhardt Method and can be used effectively to cope with anxiety disorders and associated panic attacks. They are not only very effective, but – when applied consistently – show good results comparatively quickly.
Applied purposefully and independently, they can enable them to overcome anxiety disorders on their own (preferably with the guidance of a person trained in the Bernhardt method) and without the aids such as medication or confrontation that are still often used in psychotherapy.

The method relies exclusively on the brain’s self-healing mechanisms. Major work in this area, in particular “neuroplasticity” – the ability of the brain to change itself – was carried out by Professor Dr. Eric Kandel, who was honored with the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2000.

Klaus Bernhardt’s book “The Anxiety Cure” can be read in 17 languages and achieved first place in several categories on Amazon. The Bernhardt method has already helped thousands of those affected to lead a fear-free and self-determined life again. The technology can be used effectively not only for anxiety disorders, but also for depression or burnout.

To deepen the Bernhardt method, there is also an extensive video course with 45 episodes in which Klaus Bernhardt explains all aspects of his method in detail and in a very understandable way.

For further, in-depth information, we recommend the website of Klaus Bernhardt: