An overwhelming feeling of panic and hopelessness washes over you….your heart is racing, your sweating, you can’t stop thinking about your job, your schoolwork, your checkbook, your scale, your Instagram account, your parents, your partner….
It’s too much to handle alone. Telehealth can help you deal with anxiety.
Everyone feels a certain amount of anxiety, and it can often be good-a motivator on a test, perhaps. But sometimes anxiety can take over, and make you feel out of control, leading to racing thoughts, physical symptoms, and panic attacks. This is sometimes referred to as 'generalized anxiety disorder'.
Anxiety can be one of the scariest and overwhelming emotions to deal with. Luckily, individual therapy has been proven to be effective in the treatment of anxiety, alleviating your immediate symptoms and creating long term methods to manage these feelings, and keep your anxiety in check! Anxiety can become your partner, allowing you to realize that you need to pivot!
My favorite approach to managing anxiety involves:
You'll soon learn that your anxiety isn't an enemy, but a helpful tool. Can't wait to get started with you!
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If you have found this site while in crisis, and are considering self-harm, please contact this excellent resource, or call 911 immediately!