Your answers suggest you have low or mild anxiety. This probably means you have learned or have a natural capacity to be present with and accept your feelings, without fighting against them. Most likely, you are aware of your stressors and triggers, yet you may still struggle with knowing how to relax your mind and body. You are probably interested in and can benefit from learning new and effective ways to help you manage stress, or fine-tuning the coping strategies you already use. We can all benefit from additional support, especially during stressful times when life can get the better of us.If you'd like to learn more about the services I offer that could support you, please click below to contact me.
Your answers suggest you are dealing with mild to moderate anxiety. You may be coping with significant life stressors that have a noticeable impact on your health. As a result, you may also be experiencing quite a few emotional and physical symptoms of anxiety that affect your everyday life. You could most likely benefit from addressing or learning how to relate differently to your current stressors, and from learning effective relaxation techniques. It is important that you pay special attention to your thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations to make sure they do not add to your anxiety. Note that if you do not cope effectively with your anxiety, you may be at risk for more severe symptoms and impairment. Seeking additional support for some of your thoughts and feelings could help you kickstart your healing journey and begin to understand what your anxiety is trying to tell you.Please click below to contact me to learn more about how I can support you.
Your answers suggest you are dealing with severe anxiety. You may be dealing with significant life stressors that have a significant impact on your health, or you may have learned "survival skills" from previous experiences that -- while they may have been helpful to you in the past -- are no longer serving you. You may also be experiencing quite a few emotional and physical symptoms of anxiety that impact your everyday life, including your ability to wind down and stay present in the current moment. You may find you are having difficulty focusing, sleeping or relating to others, or be dealing with excessive worry and intrusive thoughts. Educating yourself about anxiety, and seeking additional support in therapy, could significantly benefit you. A therapist can help you learn relaxation techniques and other healthy coping strategies to help you accept the uncomfortable thoughts and sensations associated with your anxiety. It is also important that you pay attention to your thought patterns and any potential thinking errors to make sure they do not further add to your anxiety.Click the button below to contact me and learn more about how I can help you.
You may not be aware of your feelings of anxiety, or you may be consciously or unconsciously suppressing these natural instincts. We ALL have a need for some degree of anxiety. Not only is anxiety a natural part of being alive, but it can also be helpful in showing us what we value most. A reasonable degree of anxiety helps us keep up with our responsibilities at work and home and illustrates what we find most important. You may benefit from talking to a loved one or therapist about your emotional experience and relationship with anxiety. How does the idea of experiencing anxiety make you feel?Approach these conversations with curiosity, and you might discover some natural feelings of anxiety that you didn't know were there.Click below to contact me for support!
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If you'd like more support with your anxiety, and to dive deeper into what may be causing and sustaining your anxiety, feel free to reach out for a consultation.As an anxiety therapist, my approach to treatment is a focus on your nervous system, encompassing your emotional and your bodily responses. By listening to your unique body, which absorbs and expresses those feelings of anxiety you experience, we can find out what best helps YOU with your anxiety.In addition to guided relaxation and mindfulness techniques, we will use art therapy, EMDR therapy, Hypnotherapy and Somatic Experiencing along with talk therapy as needed to address your unique needs in dealing with anxiety. Each person is different, so what works for someone else may not work for you. I can give you a better idea of what I think will be helpful for your anxiety after we meet for an initial conversation.Listening to yourself carefully, including your thoughts, your bodily sensations, and your somatic experiences, we can better hear what it is you need and want, and in this way find the answers you've been trying to access all along.Click below to learn more about how I can support you.