Distracting thoughts come so fast and you can’t stop them. It’s hard to concentrate and can feel overwhelming. You fear you’re losing control, but after struggling alone for so long, you wonder whether anxiety treatment can truly help.
Does any of these sound familiar?
- You often feel overwhelmed and uncertain about the future
- It’s difficult to make decisions
- Your mind is racing all of the time
- It’s very hard to concentrate
- You’re easily irritable
- Sometimes you get emotional and cry for no apparent reason
- You have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep
Don't Let Anxiety Hold You Back
Embark on a journey towards inner peace and freedom from anxiety. Take the first step today and discover the transformative power of therapy.
How can therapy treat anxiety
Many have dealt with stress and anxiety since they were young. For others, the experience may be new and frightening, making them feel as though they are losing their minds.
Fortunately, there is a path to meaningful change and lasting recovery. With the right support and resources, you can start to feel more relaxed, calm and confident.
In therapy, you’ll get to explore and understand what anxiety is in a safe space. You can learn how to identify and process anxious thoughts in effective ways, replacing the not-so-helpful coping strategies with healthier approaches.
During our session, we’ll explore the relationship between various environmental settings and worry, examine the role that certain beliefs play in excessive irrational worry and persistent anxiety, and implement problem solving strategies to address worries. You’ll learn concrete skills to manage your anxiety better and improve your daily functioning.
Therapeutic Techniques We Use
Our goal is to equip you with effective strategies to manage and ultimately overcome anxiety. Through evidence-based approaches, we can work together to regain control over your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Here are some therapeutic techniques that have shown great promise:
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT empowers you to identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviors associated with anxiety. By learning how to replace distorted thoughts with more realistic and effective ones, we can reshape your perspective and improve your overall well-being.
- Mindfulness and Relaxation Techniques: Learn how to incorporate mindfulness and relaxation techniques, such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, and progressive muscle relaxation to bring a sense of calm and centeredness amidst anxiety. These practices will enable you to cultivate self-awareness and develop valuable coping mechanisms.
Whether you have been struggling for many years or have just recently started feeling anxious, therapy can help you find relief.