Anxiety can feel as though you know there is something wrong. It definitely feels like something is wrong- but you have no idea what.
Or maybe you do know what it is, but you cannot stop obsessing and overthinking.
You become caught up in obsessive thought patterns without even realizing it sometimes. You may worry what could happen, try to plan scenarios out in your head, or try to do things to prevent bad things from happening. But no matter what you do, you still feel anxious.
It feels as though you cannot turn off the incessant thinking, panic, worry, and overwhelm.
Sometimes your anxiety can feel like you have difficulty breathing, problems with digestion, panic attacks, increased heart rate, numbness and any number of uncomfortable physical sensations.
Maybe you have just tried to ignore it. Maybe you have gone to therapy in the past but you still cannot shake these thoughts and feelings.
Your incessant thoughts and uncomfortable physical sensations have resulted in you finding ways to cope that aren’t the healthiest.
Maybe you are:
But all of these things only give you temporary relief and the problem and the bad feelings still remain.
It has influenced your life negatively to the point where you aren’t sure if things can get better.
You have difficulty focusing, an increase in conflict or avoidance of conflict in your relationships, and you are sure that something bad will happen…
You can start facing your fears, identifying the root of your anxiety, and finding your way to a calm, more joyful life.
I can show you how.
I can help you analyze and identify the root cause of your fears, avoidance, and negative coping behaviors. I want to help you discover a different way of living. You can have a healthier and more optimistic outlook for your life.
You can have a renewed perception, feel more gratitude for your life, and have more focus, direction, and improved relationships with the people in your life.
Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to take the first step towards change and improvement.
I can guide you to make taking that first step easier.
Do you want to continue:
By taking the first step and contacting me, I can help you understand how you can:
I do this using the evidence-based methods of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-Based Therapy.
You have already been struggling to find help and feel better- let me make it easier for you to take the first step towards improvement.