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Anxiety Treatment for
Adults and Children

I offer cognitive behavioral therapy, a leading anxiety treatment, and neurofeedback training to provide evidence-based mental healthcare for clients dealing with anxiety disorders. Fill out the short form below or call directly to start healing from anxiety today.

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Main Types of anxiety

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health conditions globally. Variations include Generalized anxiety (excessive worry); Social anxiety (intense fear social situations, and excessive worry about  being judged/embarrassed in front of others; Panic Disorder; and specific phobias.

How is anxiety diagnosed?

Anxiety is diagnosed through a clinical assessment based on a person’s symptoms, medical history, and relevant social factors. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) criteria are typically used as a guideline for diagnosing specific anxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder, or social anxiety disorder. Tests or questionnaires may be used to help with the diagnosis.

How is anxiety treated? 

Anxiety is treated in a supportive environment with cognitive behavioral therapy and neurofeedback training. 

The therapeutic relationship is vital in providing a space for clients to feel safe and cared for. Therapy focuses on teaching clients practical coping strategies to manage anxious symptoms. Clients learn to recognize and change anxious thoughts (like catastrophizing / black-and-white thinking), and replace them with more rational and balanced thoughts.

Sometimes helping clients look at how emotional conflicts and relational dynamics contribute to their anxiety symptoms is important. Neurofeedback training is a core function in helping anxious brains learn to calm, and provides deep support for the client. 

How effective is therapy for treating anxiety?

Studies show that therapy can be highly effective in treating anxiety and reducing anxiety symptoms, which is why it’s often the first line of treatment for anxiety. While the results may differ from person to person, therapy often provides people with coping skills to manage anxious thoughts and feelings

Neurofeedback for Anxiety

FAQ's

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a natural and adaptive response to stress or perceived threats. It involves feelings of unease, worry, and apprehension, often accompanied by physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, sweating, and muscle tension. While occasional anxiety is common, it becomes a concern when it becomes chronic and interferes with daily life. Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive, persistent anxiety and can benefit from various treatments, including therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes.

What are anxiety symptoms?

  • Excessive worry, fear, and restlessness

  • Irritability

  • A sense of impending doom

  • Rapid heart rate and shortness of breath

  • Racing thoughts

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Avoiding anxiety-inducing situations or triggers

It’s important to understand that not everyone with anxiety will have all these symptoms, and their severity and duration can vary widely.

What causes anxiety?

Genetic predisposition, brain chemistry imbalances, and chronic stress or trauma can all contribute to anxiety.

Cutting Edge Technology

Neurofeedback is a customized remedy for the anxious brain. It is non-invasive, and an overall pleasant experience.  Ready to experience the future? Get in touch.

If you or a loved one are struggling with anxiety, I am here to help. Coping with anxiety can be challenging, but remember:     you are not alone, help is available. 

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