Stress, Anxiety, and Worry
Anxiety and Stress are natural parts of life, but when they gets in the way of living, it may be time to seek help. People with anxiety often describe feeling tense, on edge, and worrying. They also often have trouble slowing down racing, irrational thoughts, and may feel physical symptoms of anxiety such as stomachaches, headaches, and sleep disturbances. Many people with anxiety struggle with or avoid situations because of fear or worry.
Our team has extensive experience using evidence-based therapy including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and mindfulness to help clients cope better with anxiety, and to feel more confident and at ease. Our clinicians also specialize in the treatment of childhood and adolescent anxiety. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, or you want to help your child to cope better with worries and fears, we are here to help you to understand anxiety on a deeper level, and to develop new ways of responding to anxious thoughts and feelings.