Intrusive Thoughts Can Be Terrifying, Exhausting or Overwhelming


Are you or someone you love plagued by intrusive, unwanted, frightening thoughts? Words, phrases, or images that get in the way of your life? You’re not alone!

Everyone experiences intrusive, scary, or unacceptable thoughts at times, but for some people these thoughts tend to stick around, bringing stress, fear, shame, and hopelessness. If you, your child, or your loved one are experiencing these persistent unwanted thoughts, this course can help!

You Can Learn to Quiet Intrusive Thoughts


All you want is some peace and quiet inside your mind, but these intrusive thoughts won’t let you rest. You’ve tried everything you can to make them go away — ignoring them, talking back to them, and even just doing what they say — but still they keep coming back, interfering with your emotions and your life.

It’s exhausting, and you want it to end. That’s where this course comes in. You can regain control of your life through the simple skills taught here. Learn from a professional how to handle intrusive thoughts, and bring a sense of confidence and calmness back into your life.

Feel Confident and Peaceful

Here's What You'll Learn:


  • The #1 most common misconception about intrusive thoughts
  • What intrusive thoughts really mean about you
  • The thing you do that accidentally makes them louder
  • Practical steps you can use today to quiet intrusive thoughts


This Course includes exclusive Lessons, Question and Answer sessions, and Case Examples of people who have quieted their anxious thoughts.


Meet Your Instructor

Kat Tumblin Green, Licensed Psychologist, PhD ABPP

When I tell people I love what I do, I’ve had many ask, “But isn’t it so hard or sad?” The truth is, there are a lot of really challenging, difficult things associated with OCD, anxiety disorders, ADHD, and other mental illnesses. But the reason I love what I do is because there are interventions and things that really work! It’s amazing to see the hope that people feel as they better understand their experience in the framework of research-supported approaches and inspiring to see people regain confidence, relationships, and activities as they put the principles to work. I always feel so privileged to be part of the process and recognize that the most important thing I can do is make sure people have access to helpful, research-supported information to support them in their journey! 


I am a board-certified, licensed psychologist with dual specializations in OCD and anxiety disorders for kids, teens and young adults, as well as ADHD and other behavior concerns in younger kids. I completed my PhD in clinical psychology at Brigham Young University, followed by a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital specialized in OCD, anxiety, and ADHD. I have a small private practice in southern Utah, have been known to teach university courses, am growing my company Back In Charge to promote training and information about evidence-based treatment, am a mediocre pickleball player, and love spending time with my family.