Anxiety is a combination of both psychological and physiological symptoms that can lead to stress, physical discomfort, persistent worrying and obsessing, fear of social situations and other phobias, as well as panic attacks. People with anxiety often experience an unpleasant feeling that is typically characterized as uneasiness, apprehension, fear, or worry. Anxiety is experienced in numerous forms, ranging from the concretely physical to the intensely emotional. It is a condition for which cognitive therapy, is well-suited. As with depression, anxiety falls along a continuum from mild to severe. A common physical manifestation of anxiety is a panic attack, which is experienced as a combination of a pounding heart, sweating, shaking, and a shortness of breath. Psychotherapy can be an effective stand alone treatment for anxiety, or may occur in combination with anti-anxiety medications.
Symptoms of anxiety include:
- Feelings of nervousness and/or fear
- Excessive or irrational worry
- Panic Attacks
- An urge to avoid a situation, place or person
- Paranoid thinking and behaviors
- Intrusive and negative thoughts about self or others
Our Clinicians specialize in:
- Handling panic attacks
- Panic attack symptoms
- Anxiety disorder
- Social anxiety treatment
- Social anxiety therapy
If you are struggling and looking for a anxiety counseling contact us today to learn more about what one-on-one therapy can do for you.