Anxiety can manifest differently for different people, but signs can include:
Taking the first step to address anxiety issues is almost always the most difficult step. Anxiety tells us to avoid, distract and ignore. But you don’t have to allow your anxiety to prevent you from healing. It is important clients know they will be treated with warmth and acceptance, and will be in control of the direction of therapy at all times. Questions are encouraged and initial sessions will make a point of approaching anxiety in a manageable way.
Find the cause
Work to identify and understand what causes your anxiety. Finding the underlying roots of your anxiety will provide useful information you can use to make change.
Explore your anxiety
Learn what is creating high levels of anxiety, identify unhelpful thoughts and beliefs, reframe the way you see yourself and the world and let go of what is holding you back.
Create an individualized plan
Discuss your best therapeutic options based on your goals and individual needs. Individual plans will incorporate coping skills to help you manage anxiety better in the now, as well as processing and working through underlying factors to give you true freedom.