Therapy for Anxiety: Breaking the Worry Habit and Overcoming Fears
When you struggle with anxiety..
You tend to worry too much about future events and their outcomes
You avoid everyday situations that you worry will cause you to feel anxious
You have panic attacks when surrounded by a group of people and have to leave
You are distracted by worries and it's hard to focus on tasks and being present with others
Constant worry, feeling on edge and irritable, and avoiding places things and people can leave you feeling like you are trapped and unable to enjoy life. You can even feel weak, tense, or unwell the longer your anxiety continues. You don't have to be alone in your suffering anymore. Schedule a call today to get some help.
Therapy for Depression: Shifting Your Mood and Getting Back in Action
When you struggle with depression..
you haven't felt truly happy in a long time
it's hard for you to laugh like everyone else
you find yourself smiling on the outside but feeling completely different on the inside
you sometimes get really angry and irritated at the people you love
your emotions are easily triggered
Inactivity and feeling empty, numb, and isolated from others can contribute to negative thoughts and beliefs that you are rejected by others or a disappointment/failure. It can feel like being emotionally "stuck" in a way that no fun activities, such as hanging out with others, can fix. Depressed feelings can occur without explanation; even people who that function at a high level and seem to be "fine" can struggle with major depression behind closed doors. Depression symptoms are not normal and it is hard to continue keeping up with the daily grind as though you weren't depressed. Schedule a call today to get some help- it can make all the difference for yourself and for those who care about you.
Many of us were taught early on to "not cry" and get our feelings under control. We are accustomed to bottling or avoiding our feelings.
Sometimes this is done through distraction, denial, overworking, or numbing out. This results in not knowing what we feel and falling out of touch with what is going on inside.
When this happens, it is harder to find practical explanations or solutions to manage our feelings, and our bodies may display our emotional distress through physical symptoms such as headaches, muscle tension, constipation, irregular heart rate, and sleep difficulties.
There is another way.
Imagine not having to worry about what others think and being able to feel good about yourself and your decisions.
Imagine living your life without holding back because you are no longer afraid.
Imagine being able to enjoy time with others without having to put on an act.
Imagine no longer feeling guilty and self-critical as you accomplish tasks and follow through on your plans and intentions involving others.
Therapy is delivered with the intent to improve your symptoms, functioning, and quality of life. You can experience improvement! Take the next step; reach out today.