If you are familiar with excessive, persistent and intense fear and worry about daily situations, you may be acquainted with anxiety.
Anxiety symptoms include but are not limited to rapid heart rate, sweating, change in breathing, and exhaustion. Anxiety may be normal when approaching regular tasks like test taking, preparing for a job interview, or making important decisions.
Feelings of worry and anxiety become concerning when they are excessive, consuming, and hinder daily activities. Anxiety sometimes accompanies other powerful emotions.
Wondering if you will ever be free from the powerful emotions that paralyze and debilitate you? Are you exhausted from the constant thoughts that parade around your mind, holding your peace hostage? Have you tried counseling and been disappointed in the outcome? Are you afraid of the stigma associated with therapy or wondering what your friends and family will think?
It’s time to break the stigma and be set free.
Why stay in bondage to your past when the keys to freedom, promise and purpose are available to you?
Personalized therapy sessions position you for the purpose, promise, and plan for your life. You no longer need to walk in fear or shame. Using trauma-focused therapy techniques like Trauma Focused CBT, Brainspotting and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) allow for specialized and intense treatment.
These sessions look at your past and get you going toward your future. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment with a licensed therapist and journey toward healing, purpose and freedom!
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