I just posted a thread in the frustration forum and I realized what I wrote might be relatively associated with your idea. It's a very raw, anger driven post, but I'll throw it at you and see what happens:
Thinking about our problems in our head and writing about them on a forum is never going to solve them. Goddammit, what we need is a massive event for all of us to externalize our internal frustration. There should be a bootcamp for everyone with SA in which we can practice techniques to change our physiology, so when we're out in public we can walk and talk with confidence. It seems like the only current forms of recovery are therapy, medication, and self help material. What we need is a community, similar to what pick up artists have developed. Something that anyone can attend no matter what age they are. Something well structured that involves speakers who have already overcome SA and can share their individual methods and then help us achieve feats of overcoming anxiety. A class with exercises proven to enhance our social skills. A place where no one is being judged. I think a lot of people here want to get out and improve themselves, they just don't have the platform to do it. Especially those who are without friends and have a difficult time meeting new people.
I can picture it in my head. I introduce myself to the class, tell them about my history with SA, then continue on with a screaming exercise. Then I will have an object smashing exercise where each person gets a turn to obliterate an object with a baseball bat. Once everyone gets that initial frustration and discomfort out of their system, then I continue with my own rendition of an Eckhart Tolle seminar. Help everyone achieve mindfulness and meditation, get them out of their thoughts. Then form people into groups where they can share their own life stories and anxiety related commonalities. Then we take a bathroom and food break. After that we have a lesson on how to focus our body movement outward, eye contact routines, smiling. So many ideas in my head.
Therapist: 'Charlie Work'? What's 'Charlie Work'? Fill me in.
Charlie: Oh, right. You don't know 'Charlie Work'. Well, 'Charlie Work' is like basement stuff, cleaning urinals, blood stuff, your basic slimes, your sludges, anything dead or decaying, I'm on it, I'm dealing with it.
Therapist: And you dislike it?
Charlie: Oh, no. I love it. I love the dark. I love slippery things. I love being naked... in the sewer. Bleach smells good, it tastes good...