Feeling worried? Overwhelmed? Uncertain of what to do next? The uneasiness in your body, the pit in your gut, and the tightness in your breathing can all be signs of anxiety. You are not alone. Anxiety impacts the lives of an estimated 40 million adults in the United States of America. The COVID pandemic has drastically increased these numbers. The uncertainties and worries from being judged for making an incorrect decision, or the fear of contributing to the pandemic, or being a victim of the virus and its many possible complications along with the financial implications has been immobilizing for many. Therapy offers multiple ways to address your specific challenges and concerns in a manner that helps you build your resiliency skills, grow your strengths, and improve your ability to achieve your life goals.
Anxiety disorders include:
Our therapists are guides who can help you navigate life. With your therapist, you will discuss the goals you hope to reach and the challenges or barriers that are getting in your way. Then together, with your therapist, you will discuss ways to address your specific challenges and minimize their impact on your life.
Seeking guidance through therapy is a strength, not a weakness. It takes strength and courage to face and address personal challenges and difficulties. Those who are savvy seek guidance. Our goal is to build a trusting relationship based on your needs. With your specific needs and challenges, we assist you in building skills and healing wounds so you can attain your goals.
Most policies cover mental health services. Coverage can vary widely so contact us today to learn more about our services and find out about potential insurance coverage. Call our office today to discuss your healing needs.
We are beginning a slow-open of our office starting July 5, 2021. We are continuing to offer therapeutic services online until it is safe to resume full capacity. Please discuss any questions you may have with our business office or your therapist. At this time, we are limiting in-person visits to fully vaccinated individuals.