You Are Not Alone

Although occasional feelings of nervousness and fear are normal aspects of every person’s life, Anxiety Disorders go beyond these occasional experiences. People with Anxiety Disorders instead carry these feelings into their everyday life, disrupting behavior, relationships, sleep patterns, and appetite. There are several categories of Anxiety Disorders which include: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, and Social Anxiety Disorder. Anxiety can be a reaction to several stressors, and recognizing the specific trigger can be helpful in psychotherapy treatments. Some of the factors leading to Anxiety Disorders can include family or relationship issues, problems at work, life transitions, medical issues, or loss of a loved one. Experiencing trauma, especially as a child, can increase vulnerability to anxiety reactions. A predisposition to anxiety can also be inherited.

You CAN Feel Better

  • Experiencing physical sensations such as trembling, sweating, racing heartbeat, nausea or difficulty breathing
  • Having difficulty concentrating
  • Experiencing constant worry
  • Feeling edgy and irritable
  • Experiencing tension in your back and shoulders
  • Having trouble sleeping
  • Feeling unreasonably fearful
  • Feeling like you are losing control

If you answered yes to any of the above symptoms, I can help you feel relief from the pain of struggling with depression. Talking with a therapist is very different than talking with a friend or a family member, and it can help get to the root of your depression so you can start feeling better.

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