You find your mind is on constant alert or stuck in a loop of worry thoughts. You’re having trouble focusing on the present moment and feeling increasingly “stressed out.”
More and more often you keep getting drawn into these thought spirals of constant worry and it is impacting how you want to live your life.
You’re tired of dealing with this on your own and are ready to learn skills for lasting change.
You probably know a “little bit” of anxiety can be a “normal” reaction to life events. Sometimes, it can even help to motivate you to take action in a positive direction. In the past anxiety has probably served to help alert you to act quickly and swiftly in the line of danger a few times.
But recently you seem to find yourself avoiding certain people or situations out of fear of being “triggered” and now you are finding more and more ways to “numb out” or distract from life.
Anxiety may be affecting your job performance, school work, or personal relationships. It can seem like everything is an uphill battle and you are growing more and more uncertain about the future.
Up until now, you’ve been coping with your anxiety, but now you’re ready to work alongside a therapist and get your life back.
Stop struggling alone. We are here to help.
When you seek anxiety counseling with one of our therapists...
✔ You will learn skills to live more in the present and keep anxiety from stealing your attention, focus, and joy.
✔ You will gain an understanding of how thought patterns affect your moods and begin to change them.
✔ You will be supported in gathering the courage to face your fears and move towards your goals.
✔ You will find hope that you can live a life free from constant worries and tension.
Specific types of anxiety disorders and related conditions we also treat include:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Fears and Phobias
- Social Anxiety Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Lauren Thomas Hale, LPC-Intern
Supervised by Stephanie Cruz-Trevino, LPC-S