Generalized Anxiety

Are you experiencing these symptoms of anxiety?

  • Do you consider yourself a born worrier?
  • Do you worry excessively about everyday things?
  • Do you feel irritable, restless, or on edge?
  • Have you tried to control your worries to no avail?
  • Does your mind go blank?
  • Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep?
  • Do you experience muscle tension? Fatigue?
  • Do you have a sense of impending doom?
Generalized Anxiety

How Anxiety Counseling Helps

We all have worries that affect our everyday lives revolving around health, money, family problems, and world events. People with Generalized Anxiety Disorder or GAD worry about these to an extreme level even when there is little reason to worry about them. GAD is much more than temporary worries. Clinical anxiety interferes with everyday life and usually worsens over time.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, GAD develops slowly and can start around age 30 (although children can suffer from it as well) and is more common in women than men.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy or CBT is a research-supported type of psychotherapy and is commonly used to treat GAD. Working with me is a very collaborative process. You will be treated with warmth, compassion, and respect. I meet you where you are at to help change ingrained patterns of thinking that contribute to your anxiety and worry. You will learn practical tools that you can use right after our session is over. You can only change what you start to acknowledge. And once you know and believe change is possible, why would you wait to get better?

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Call or text me to take your first steps toward a quieter mind.
I offer a free 15 min. Phone consultation and quick first appointments.