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Is Incessant Worry Preventing You From Putting Your Best Foot Forward?

  • Are you tired of the alarm bells of anxiety constantly going off in your head?
  • Is it common for small and relatively inconsequential concerns to spiral into a full-blown panic?
  • Do you worry that you will never be able to manage your fearful and catastrophic thinking?

Maybe you’re a perfectionist who ruminates over every detail or interaction. Even when the day is done, you may struggle to feel relaxed and content with your accomplishments. Instead, you find yourself mulling over tomorrow’s emails, fretting your never-ending to-do list, or berating yourself about something that could have gone differently.

Perhaps catastrophic thinking has always been your go-to. You’ve conditioned yourself to constantly consider the worst-case scenario and sweat the small stuff.  Yet, despite this level of fearful thinking driving you nuts, you’ve decided you’d rather be safe than sorry. As a result, you’re always anticipating what lies way ahead as opposed to paying attention to what’s right in front of you.

Anxiety Creates Symptoms That Make Life Uncomfortable

Living with anxiety, you may have noticed physical and cognitive symptoms creeping into every aspect of your life. You may struggle with nausea or other digestive issues. Or maybe you toss and turn at night, unable to sleep. And these restless nights have likely turned into painfully exhausting mornings during which you hit the snooze button or reach for yet another cup of coffee, ultimately hindering your ability to feel energized and focused to tackle the day.

If this is the case, it’s possible that anxiety has also impacted your work performance and interpersonal relationships. Maybe your anxiety prevents you from feeling comfortable in new social situations or at ease in your existing relationships. Your partner, friends, and family members may have lamented that you’re regularly checked out and disengaged. Or perhaps your anxiety has become so severe that you’ve developed panic attacks during which you sweat, hyperventilate, and experience profound feelings of fear.

Anxiety can quickly drain the joy out of life, leaving you feeling out of control and overwhelmed. But therapy gives you an opportunity to understand your worries, manage symptoms, and confidently kick anxiety to the curb.


While anxiety can feel both deeply personal and extremely urgent, the truth is that regular, excessive worry affects many adults. In fact, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue facing our population today. 

And why wouldn’t we struggle with overwhelming fear and worry? Between the pressure of work or school, mounting responsibilities at home, and the expectation to grin and bear it through hardship, there are as many moving parts in our lives as individuals that contribute to anxiety. 

Yet there remain a million other circumstances outside of our bubbles that pose threats. Social media creates a comparison culture that has us constantly second-guessing ourselves, while increasing global crises keep us on high alert. It almost seems as though everything has become an emergency.

Anxiety Keeps Us Stuck in Fearful Thinking Patterns

Though a lot of options exist that can help us with overcoming anxiety, many of us trick ourselves into thinking that our only option is living in panic mode. Whether we avoid seeking help out of fear of stigma, the need to solve problems on our own, or the idea that therapy is for people who have it worse than we do, we inadvertently allow anxiety to control our decisions and self-esteem.

Tailored and effective anxiety treatment exists, though, and our clinicians are here to help. In therapy, you can find the specific tools you need to manage symptoms and target your anxiety once and for all.

Anxiety Treatment Gives You A Chance To Feel In Charge And At Peace

man in black jacket walking on seashore during daytimeWhen you live with chronic worry, it can be hard to separate meaningful, motivating concerns from unnecessary disturbances. But a therapist can give you the opportunity to explore your anxiety, locate the source of your fear, and develop strategies to reduce symptoms.

Our clinicians have both professional and personal experience tackling anxiety. We get it! And we’re here to offer a sense of empathy while providing you with quality, evidence-based treatment approaches.

What You Can Expect From Sessions

Before starting therapy, you’ll be asked to fill out paperwork that covers your history, presenting symptoms, and goals for anxiety treatment. Using this information, your therapist will meet with you for an initial session aimed at building rapport, instilling confidence in the counseling process, and understanding how anxiety affects you specifically. 

Throughout therapy sessions, you’ll likely find that you’re developing a deeper understanding of where your anxiety originated and how to keep it from playing on rerun in your mind. With that, daily worries will start to dull while you’ll start to put big fears about the future ahead into perspective. Ultimately, you’ll leave our doors with a stronger sense of control and self-assurance.

Tailoring Treatment Methods to Your Unique Needs

Your counselor will draw from a range of therapeutic approaches—including behavioral methods, trauma-informed care, and holistic strategies—to tailor anxiety treatment to your precise needs.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – can help you better identify negative belief patterns and change your relationship with your anxiety.
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) – can clear you of stuck points by helping you reprocess distressing situations and shift your attention toward more positive thoughts patterns.

Alongside all the science stuff, you’ll learn beneficial mindfulness practices that can bring you back to the now.  Panic mode isn’t your only option—a life free of incessant worry and catastrophizing is possible. With therapy, you can learn to flip the switch on your anxiety.


How long does counseling for anxiety take? 

At our practice, we take a tailored treatment approach that puts our client at the center of anxiety therapy. This means that there is no one set timeline for treatment. We encourage you to work at your own pace and will target your needs as quickly and effectively as possible. 

Therapy is for people with worse problems than me—my anxiety isn’t bad enough to warrant treatment

Our therapists believe there are no such things as small worries. If you’re struggling to manage symptoms of incessant panic and worry, your life has probably been impacted by anxiety more than you think. You are likely struggling with restlessness, fear, and an inability to concentrate. Who knows how manageable your daily life, work, and relationships could feel if you were more at ease. You deserve a peaceful, healed existence. 

My anxiety will go away on its own. 

Unfortunately, if your anxiety has escalated to the point of being a disorder, your brain has likely adapted to thinking anxiously, keeping you stuck in a loop of fear and worry. But treatment can help you quickly identify your concerns, manage symptoms, and feel at ease, providing you with lasting tools that will keep your anxiety at bay. 


If anxiety is impacting your ability to thrive and live your best life, therapeutic treatment can help you manage and overcome your worries. Contact us to schedule a free, 15-minute consultation or to find out more about our services. 

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