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Do you worry about work constantly when you’re at home, or feel anxious and tense even about small events?
Is your mind riddled with a powerless sense of imminent danger, a place where rising panic can be difficult to quell?
Does your apprehension make it tricky to get on with regular life and enjoy each day?
These signs and symptoms are common in those suffering from a medical condition called anxiety disorder. While difficult anxiety symptoms can affect many aspects of your life, there is hope for a calm and serene horizon.
I’ve been supporting clients with anxiety disorder for years. The evidence-based therapy I provide often enables clients to laugh freely, relax fully, and ground themselves in the face of fear. I can show you how to worry less about your future and enjoy each day.
It’s important to know you are not alone. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 40 million adults experience an anxiety disorder. The good news? There is help.
Anxiety is not your fault or caused by anything you have or haven’t done. Like many other illnesses, effective treatments exist to halt the suffering and reconnect you with a happier, healthier life.
So, if you frequently experience…
- Constant feelings of dread
- A pounding heart, the racing heightened by the slightest of frights
- Anticipating the worst, regardless of evidence
- Physical symptoms like headaches, sweating, shakes and jumpiness, trouble concentrating, a frequent need to urinate and stomach uneasiness
Or if you often think…
- “It’s safer to stay at home.”
- “But what if…”
- “I can’t breath / do this / relax / stop / switch off!”
- “They or I could be in danger!”
…Then I’m glad you are reading this. My proven steps and therapy methods can bring you remarkable relief.
While I know this condition can come with a stigma that may have stopped you from seeking the care you need, your life can and should get better. If you’d like me to show you how, please contact me today for an appointment.
Do you suffer from anxiety or depression?
Is low self-esteem adversely impacting your life, your happiness, or even your success?
Do you feel generally stressed or angry?
Would life be happier if you could stop those destructive thoughts and behaviors?
You are not alone.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, at least 1 in 5 adult experience a mental illness, with nearly 10 million living with a severe mental illness. Millions more report suffering from low self-esteem.
As difficult as these challenges are, and as distant as recovery may seem, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has proven effective for issues like these and a multitude of others.
CBT has proven results for insomnia, chronic pain, anger issues, anxiety disorders, bulimia, psychosomatic disorders, and general stress.
So if these describe you…
- You struggle with anxiety or depression
- You feel angry and experience trouble controlling your behavior
- A restful, sleep filled night sounds like a God-send
- Low self esteem is undermining your happiness
- You’d love to clear away destructive thoughts
- You wish to create a less stressed and better managed life
Then cognitive behavioral therapy may be the ideal treatment approach for you.
CBT is a powerful therapeutic approach that looks at your current thoughts and the behaviors they trigger. It hones in on your automated assumptions and how these manifest when you experience frustration or stress.
In CBT we identify the unhelpful thoughts that inform your feelings, decisions, and actions, and challenge these in a safe and non-judgmental way. What do you think about “X?” Is this thought accurate? What is the likely reality in situation “Y?” Are your thoughts counterproductive? What would be a more plausible explanation?
CBT provides you with greater understanding of your internal dialogue, helping you to train different thinking patterns and beliefs to better reflect both the reality around you and a more empathetic self-image. We aim to ease your suffering, improve your problems, and help you live a healthier, happier life.
If you’d like us to show you firsthand how CBT can dramatically improve your life, please contact us today for an appointment.
Do you feel heavy with despair, struggling each day to keep your head just above the darkness and dread?
Does it take every ounce of energy to stay afloat?
Or are you feeling overwhelmed by feelings of helplessness and hopelessness?
If this sounds familiar, I want you to know you are not alone and there is help.
While it may seem difficult to find your way back to hope and happiness, I’ve been helping clients to personally do just that for years. To experience the joy of warm sunshine on their face, to reconnect with estranged loved ones, and to re-engage with a meaningful life.
Just like other chronic illnesses, depression is not your fault, it’s nothing you’ve caused. And also like many other illnesses, effective treatments exist to help ease and eliminate the struggles you face.
So if you’ve said or thought these things a lot recently…
- “I’m too tired to try.”
- “I don’t want to leave home.”
- “I don’t care anymore.”
- “Why am I always crying?”
- “I don’t even know who I am any more.”
- “I wish I wasn’t here.”
…There are proven steps and therapies that have been shown to result in remarkable relief. To bring you hope, help and a way forward.
If you’d like to take the first steps to start feeling better, please contact me today for an appointment.
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Feel trapped in overdrive – on edge, irritable, ready to snap?
Do you experience poor concentration or confusion, or feel easily overwhelmed?
Do you suffer from trauma related scars, nightmares, or flashbacks?
Do you avoid situations or reminders of the traumatic event?
Are you suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, or depression?
You should know you are not alone.
A study published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress revealed that post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is perhaps more common than you think. Just over eight percent of people in our community will experience PTSD in their lifetimes, 4.7% within the past year, and 3.8% in the past six month period. When we include those who also suffer following significant trauma but don’t fit typical PTSD criteria, the statistics become as worrying as they are staggering.
This means that millions of people continue to suffer from the devastating after effects of traumatic experience.
Trauma can alter how the brain functions, and its signs and symptoms can vary from finding it difficult to trust and being constantly on guard, to sudden panic and intrusive, anxiety-ridden thoughts. Trauma, without question, can significantly lessen your quality of life.
And while the signs and symptoms can feel complex and at times overwhelming, feeling better is more than possible. In fact, with trauma therapy we expect you will begin feeling better as we implement our compassionate and client-focused evidence-based techniques and strategies together.
We’ve helped countless people to gain positive ground over their traumatic experiences in our safe, supportive environment. We offer a variety of therapeutic approaches to best support you and work with you as an equal collaborator in your treatment and healing.
So if these sound like you…
- I struggle with anxiety or depression
- I relive traumatic events with accompanying unwanted memories, vivid images, and physical signs like sweating, palpitations, and panic attacks
- I am hyper vigilant or easily frightened
- I feel edgy or irritable often
- I feel like the joy, love, and other positive emotions have been sucked from my life
- I’d like professional help to better understand and cope with previous trauma
- I want to live an easier, happier, more connected life
…Then trauma therapy may offer the ideal therapeutic approach for you.
Trauma therapy combines different approaches and techniques to help lessen, even eliminate, the painful mental and physical responses raised by the memory of traumatic events, and seeks to create new healthier patterns in your brain.
In trauma therapy we work with you toward lessening, even extinguishing, the pain. It’s our goal to identify the source and triggers for your emotional and physical suffering, to discuss ways to deal with unhelpful and unhealthy thoughts and behaviors, and to teach you techniques to manage distress and enable you to move forward. If you would like me to show you how to take your next steps down the road of recovery, please contact me today for an appointment.