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Gain control over anxiety

Experiencing occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. If you’re struggling with keeping feelings of anxiety and panic from interfering with your daily activities, however, it may be time to reach out and get help.

Ask yourself if any of these questions sound familiar:

  • Do you have anxious thoughts that prevent you from sleeping?
  • Are you so tense or wound up that it is affecting your relationships?
  • Do your fears interfere with your day-to-day functioning?
  • Do you avoid places or situations that trigger feelings of impending danger, panic or doom?

If you are struggling with the symptoms of anxiety, therapy can put you on the path to living a calmer, more peaceful life.

Take control over your anxiety

I will work with you to gain control over your anxiety. I can help you identify and avoid anxiety-triggering situations and change your thinking patterns.

I provide individualized, tailor-made therapy that is suited to your specific needs.

I can introduce you to effective techniques that you can use to calm your thoughts and stop worrisome thoughts from controlling you.

In therapy, I am respectful and supportive, providing you with the guidance and care you need along the way.

Enjoy the benefits of less anxiety

Therapy is often successful in bringing calm and reducing the physical effects of stress. You can gain control over your anxiety and gain the head-space to focus on your goals and priorities.

Reducing your anxiety may help you sleep better, feel healthier and live a more fulfilled life. You can rebuild relationships and get more involved in your home and work life.

I am here to help you meet your goals. You can change the way you react to stress.

In therapy for anxiety, I use an integrative approach that combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness and acceptance techniques, and more traditional talk therapy to help you cope with anxiety.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is the most effective form of psychotherapy for anxiety disorders. Generally a short-term treatment, CBT focuses on teaching you specific skills to improve your symptoms and gradually return to the activities you’ve avoided because of anxiety.
— From the Mayo Clinic website

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