Feeling a certain level of anxiety over big stressors or certain life events is totally normal. However, if you find that your fear or worry does not go away and, in fact, gets worse over time, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling and often passes quickly, while severe anxiety can seriously affect your day-to-day life. If you are finding your anxiety unmanageable, can’t identify the cause of your anxious feelings or if you are suffering from physical symptoms (such as heart palpations, fatigue, sweaty hands, upset stomach, or insomnia), it may be time to get help. Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s anxiety specialists today. 

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Anxiety is such a large factor is everyday life and being able to navigate it is key. Using Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Sensory and Mindful copings skills development, I would support you in better understanding how and when your stress and anxiety present, the root cause of it, and how to best respond to anxiety.

— Raihaan Attawala, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Boston, MA

Does stress consume your day to day life? Do you find yourself overwhelmed with panic and worry? By learning specific skills and tools in therapy, you can find relief from anxiety and get back to living your life.

— Allison Doyle, Clinical Social Worker in Seattle, WA

In my many years of experience in working with anxiety disorders, I have found that the following therapeutic modalities result in the highest success rate: Client-Centered Therapy, Psycho-education, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy skills (DBT), Solution-focused Therapy and consistent, daily practice in implementing the coping skills you have learned.

— Cassie Konnoly, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Lacey, WA

I am a specialist in somatic body based therapy so anxiety is easily resolved through self-soothing and regulation of the nervous system. I bring my strong background in neuroscience to help you manage and eliminate your anxiety symptoms, including insomnia.

— Linda Fong, Clinical Social Worker in Berkeley, CA

Anxiety can show up in very different ways, but we often see it through a lens of overwhelming fears. Anxiety disorders can affect all aspects of a person’s life, and can be incredibly debilitating. Do you notice yourself worrying often, being irritable, or having trouble sleeping? Do you experience anxiety in everyday social situations? Is it uncomfortable or stressful to interact socially? Maybe you feel like you’re constantly being judged by others?

— Whitney Russell, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor in Austin, TX

In my career I have worked with individuals living with anxiety. I have experience using relaxation techniques along with CBT techniques to assist clients is managing their symptoms of anxiety.

— Joseph Beinlich, Therapist in Philadelphia, PA

Job, political climate, relationships, school, sexuality -- anything that makes you worry or regret. Let's talk.

— Beth Burkstrand-Reid, Clinical Social Worker in Lincoln, NE

Anxiety can drive you to succeed at work and show up for the people in your life, but it can also become debilitating. It can interfere with your ability to sleep, eat, and be present in your relationships. I draw from my training in mindfulness and EMDR to help clients manage their anxiety in the here and now, while also working toward understanding what's underneath all the worry.

— Jennifer Zigler, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York, NY

I have extensive experience treating the full range of anxiety problems (stress, panic, worry, phobia, fear, health/illness anxiety, social anxiety, posttraumatic stress). I have years of experience with traditional cognitive-behavioral approaches to anxiety treatment (e.g., exposure therapy, cognitive challenging) which I implement within an acceptance and mindfulness-based approach. I'll help you confront anxiety so you can get back to focusing on the people and activities that matter to you.

— Daniel Paulus, Clinical Psychologist in Philadelphia, PA

Anxiety can be sneaky in how it presents itself within ones life. Like so many things in life, anxiety can present itself in different ways to different people. For some it may be perfectionism, avoidance, or it may present as overthinking. These are only some of the presentations that anxiety can present in day to day life. It is normal to have some level of anxiety responses, but if it begins impacting your day to day life it is important to reach out for support.

— Kodie Mobbs, Associate Clinical Social Worker in Liberty Lake, WA

Our brains are hard-wired to identify potential threats and respond accordingly, therefore we all get anxious sometimes--but it might be a good time to talk to someone when your anxiety begins to take the driver seat in your life. If you're finding that anxious thoughts and the physical sensations that often accompany them are starting to interfere with other parts of your life, we should talk!

— Bianca Walker, Licensed Professional Counselor in Atlanta,

Do you feel stressed and anxious most of the time, worrying about everything and anything. Allow me to help you feel relax again. Se siente estresado/a todo el tiempo? Permitame ayudarlo/a.

— ANGELICA ROMERO, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in HOMESTEAD, FL

I help people struggling with anxiety stemming from a desire to be perfect or to overachieve. I have a history as an overachiever, someone who needs to analyze every aspect before making a leap. My own experiences are not yours; my past gives me some insight into what it is like to be that person. I have helped people who struggle with these challenges overcome them and find freedom from these thoughts and let go of those unrealistic expectations.

— Andrew Ritchie, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Champaign, IL

Anxiety may manifest itself differently across everyone. Some people experience physical sensations or pain, emotional distress, anger/irritability, or "freezing" and feeling unable to move. My approach in therapy is to explore how the anxiety appears for you and what potential causes or contributing factors exist. We then work on an anxiety management plan consisting of coping skills, lifestyle modifications, and support building.

— Ana Hinshaw, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in , CA

You think to yourself this isn’t going away on its own….. In our sessions we will talk about your life story, we will look really deeply at what is driving these anxious thoughts and depressive feelings. We will take these thoughts on and work to change your chain of anxiety and depressive links. We will resolve those deep dive discoveries. You will be able to take a deep breathe and feel at ease again. No more racing hearts, no more worst case scenarios, no more beating yourself up.

— Julie Williams, Counselor in Royersford, PA

Anxiety shows up when we get locked into "fight-flight-or-freeze" mode. Our bodies have a great built-in system to keep us from danger, but when the system gets triggered too easily, or too often, it can get in our way. I work with clients learning to identify this self-defense mechanism, what causes their anxiety, and working on tools to reduce anxiety.

— Barton Shulman, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in San Francisco, CA