therapy for anxiety

Break Free From Anxiety

Do you lie awake at night worrying or ruminating about worst case scenarios? Do you beat yourself up about what you said or how you could have done something differently? Are you often afraid of messing up or focus on the “what ifs” of what could go wrong?

Anxiety is the number one reason for why people seek therapy. During an intense moment of anxiety, you may feel overwhelmed with fear, stress, or worry, so much so that you lose trust in your ability to manage the situation. Anxiety can trigger the fight or flight feeling, leaving you feeling out of control and helpless, and the most common response to anxiety is to just avoid the situation altogether, which can feel pretty disempowering and helpless.

Here are some common symptoms of anxiety:

  • Overthinking and ruminating
  • Regular feelings of dread, angst, worry, or irritability
  • Easily tired and fatigued, even after not exerting any energy
  • Difficulty concentrating or staying focused
  • Body aches such as neck or muscle stiffness, sore back, and headaches
  • Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  • Increased heart rate when faced with situations where anxiety may be triggered
  • Avoiding things, places, or people that could trigger anxiety
  • Eating too much or too little as a response to stress or worry

Counseling For Anxiety

Often times the people that I work with have tried to cope with their anxiety on their own, until it became too much to handle. There is no need to try to manage this on your own, I am here to help.

 I specialize in anxiety, and will work with you to help you learn your triggers, coping skills, and strategize to effectively work through your anxiety. I am based in the Seattle area and help clients locally and across the country learn to manage their anxiety symptoms and anxious thoughts.  

Let’s help you get through this together.

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Schedule your free initial consultation call where we can talk about how I can help.