Therapy for Anxiety & Related Issues
Anxiety disorders can severely impact someone’s ability to perform daily tasks or stay connected to the present. Engaging in activities remotely related to the trigger can cause debilitating symptoms that threaten to take over their thought processes and inhibit rational thinking or behavior.
Common types of anxiety include:
- Generalized anxiety
- Social anxiety
- Separation anxiety
- Obsessive-compulsive disorders
- Panic disorders
- Fears and phobias
People typically experience anxiety over things that have not happened yet, anticipating what could go wrong. During therapy, clients learn to recognize thought patterns associated with anxiety and how they can implement solutions that prevent repetitive thinking or manage worry-ridden thoughts.