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Anxiety affects our thoughts, emotions, and bodies. There are also differing degrees and types of anxiety. Some people may experience panic attacks while others feel dread, worry, and anticipate the worst case scenario for given situations. 

Anxiety is very common in those who have experienced trauma, as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder.

To control anxiety, we need to reprogram our brain through our thought patterns. There are many different strategies to do this.


Every time we think negative thoughts or the worst case scenario, we are strengthening the connections in our brains and making it easier to think those threatening thoughts in the future. It's like we are creating a super-highway that our thoughts automatically take every time we start to think because it is easy and we have paved it well. The problem is, it's difficult to see the off ramp to STOP thinking those negative thoughts.

We help you tear up the super-highway of negativity and pave a new and stronger highway of rational happier thoughts, after all, you deserve to be happy!

Remember, what you focus on


While we help reconstruct your thoughts, we give you practical strategies on how to manage the anxiety in the meantime. We help you understand how to spot when anxiety is coming, how to turn it around, and how prevent it from happening again.

It is possible to live without anxiety, but it takes some effective tools and some work. We are here to guide and support you along the way.

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 Racing thoughts or Worst Case Scenario thinking

Tightness in chest, pain, discomfort

 Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath

 Pounding or racing heart

 Feeling of choking

☐ Sweating

☐ Shaking/trembling (typically hands or legs)

☐ Nausea / knot in stomach

☐ Dizzy, unsteady, lightheaded, faint

☐ Insomnia

  Feel unreal or detached from self

☐ Feel losing control, going crazy

☐ Fear of dying

☐ Numbness or tingling sensations

☐ Chills or hot flashes, sweaty hands

☐ Preoccupied/worried

☐ Avoidance of situations, places, people

☐ Irritability

☐ Increased muscle tension; increased blood pressure

☐ Difficulty concentrating

☐ Apprehension

☐ Fear losing control or going crazy

☐ Sense of impending death

 May also have problems with drug abuse, alcohol,

        depression, or PTSD

Think you may be experiencing Anxiety?

To see if you have anxiety, please try our brief Anxiety Assessment

"Before starting my anxiety treatment, I felt like I was constantly on edge and couldn't enjoy life to the fullest. But thanks to the support and guidance of my therapist, I've learned coping mechanisms that have helped me manage my anxiety and feel more in control. I'm grateful for the positive impact this treatment has had on my life."

J. B

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