Do you ever find yourself worried about yesterday’s mistakes or tomorrow’s problems? Perhaps more so than your peers? You worry about minor matters related to family, finances, work, friendships, or school. Physical symptoms often accompany your worry, such as trembling, muscle tension, dizziness, sweating, heart palpitations, or exhausting and negative emotions.
Therapy can help you learn how to deal with anxiety so that it doesn’t prevent you from living a healthier and more meaningful life.
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of worry, uneasiness, panic, stress, and tension. It often arises when a person is facing with a new situation or potential danger. For example, you may feel anxious when going for an interview or exam. It’s natural feeling for many people in various situations.
Anxiety is not inherently bad. It’s a normal and useful response that can prepare you for potential danger. Anxiety is common when you’re facing a career change, making friends in a new city or school, or even going into marriage. Feeling unsure during life changes is completely natural.
Anxiety becomes troublesome when it is frequent, intense, and persistent. If you constantly feel worried and afraid and can’t turn those feelings off, you may benefit from therapy.
How Therapy Can Help
Every clinical therapist at Compassionate Edge has experienced feelings of anxiety. We have all encountered struggles in life and learned how to manage feelings of anxiety, fear, and uneasiness. Whether you’re feeling anxious about your marriage, parenting, a career change, or any other life challenge, we get it. We understand how you feel [RR2] and we have the clinical expertise to help you overcome those fears.
At Compassionate Edge, we treat anxiety with psychological counseling. We are problem-solvers who employ cognitive-based behavioral therapy or a combination of therapies that focus on identifying and changing your negative behavior patterns.
We believe everyone deserves to pursue their passions and enjoy their life to the fullest. Don’t let anxiety get in the way.
Schedule your first appointment to learn how to get beyond worry and live the life you want to live.