Or maybe you’ve noticed that…
You don’t have to have a certain level of anxiety before you seek out help. You just have to want your life to be better than it is now.
You don’t have to struggle with feelings of anxiety on your own.
During sessions, we will work together to identify your unique situation and needs. You will learn how to stay calm and centered even when facing major challenges in your life and regain confidence in yourself.
Sessions will be tailored to your needs, so you gain insight as well as learn coping skills and strategies to apply in your life so that you feel more calm, confident, and connected.
During anxiety treatment, you will learn:
Yes! Therapy is one of the best methods to develop the skills and tools to manage and reduce the severity of anxiety. We’ll employ a variety of methods suited to your mental health needs so that you will be equipped to manage anxiety even after you stop therapy.
Anxiety therapy focuses on helping you gain control over your anxiety by addressing the cause and managing symptoms that may be interfering with your daily life and relationships.
During anxiety therapy, you will learn how to identify triggers, control physical symptoms, and learn strategies and skills to help you manage your anxiety in a healthy way.
If your symptoms match the “clues” described on this page above, it is likely you will need to seek treatment. Anxiety symptoms can range from mildly bothersome to full-blown unmanageable. Wherever you are on the spectrum, you can always benefit from developing skills and tools in therapy to deal with it when it comes.
Online anxiety therapy works similarly to in-person therapy, except you don’t have to spend time traveling to a therapist’s office.
Before therapy starts, you will complete a set of online forms using a confidential and secure system. You will receive appointment reminders by text or email, depending on your preference, and sessions are conducted using a HIPAA-compliant online video service. Sessions last 55 minutes.
Anxiety therapy is $145 per 55-minute individual session.
The anxiety therapy process varies from person to person depending on their situation, level of anxiety, and therapy goals. Some people can achieve the results they want in 6 to 12 sessions, while others may benefit from additional sessions or ongoing support. We work together to identify your specific therapy goals when you first start therapy. Additionally, I will help monitor your goals and help you determine when you feel you’ve achieved your goals.
It’s quite possible that anxiety may accompany other challenges you’re facing. You may also be experiencing:
Depression often occurs concurrently with anxiety. Depression can sometimes be seen as lamenting the past and feeling hopeless about the future, whereas anxiety can be seen as an intense preoccupation with the future.
Anger Management can be tied closely to anxiety. After all, anger happens because of excess tension in the body, so anxiety can sometimes be the underlying cause of anger. In other words, anger can be one of the coping skills and the outward expression of internal anxiety.
Trauma. Anxiety can also be a symptom of a deeper trauma. In trauma, there are unresolved, triggering memories that largely affect the nervous system. This results in a nervous system response that tells the brain there is an impending threat. Sometimes, treating the trauma is the way to relieve the anxiety.
Eating Disorders and Addiction can, also, often occur simultaneously with anxiety.