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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Initial complete psychiatric evaluation is carried out with past medical and psychiatric history and medication history taken. Laboratory work with diagnostic testing are completed where necessary. Cognitive behavioral therapy is used for treatment with medication, skills training and lifestyle changes where necessary to effectively manage anxiety.

— Esther Odaibo, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Portland, OR

Anxiety and depression can weigh you down and keep you from being your best. CBT can give you practical problem solving tools to deal with your challenges, feelings, and behavior.

— Thomas Wood, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Bayside, WI

It feels like too much. Overwhelmed and exhausted, you know you can't go on like this. Something has to change...but what? You're not sure. Doing anything feels impossible. The to-do list grows longer, not shorter. You want to just run away and hide rather than be found out, but you compel yourself through another day, somehow... Maybe you are even really good at helping others, so you don't understand why it's so hard for you to help yourself. Ready for the cycle to reduce or end? Let's talk.

— Melody Brave, Clinical Social Worker in Springfield, MO

You're looking for treatment that will really help - more than what a friend could offer, more than just support and a listening ear. You're suffering from symptoms like intense anxiety, life-limiting fears, unwanted thoughts or memories, or sleepless nights, and you want something that offers healing, relief, and growth. Maybe you've tried this before, and it didn't work. Maybe you're at the end of your rope. You need a care team who listens carefully, understands the issues, and helps you.

— Colorado Experiential Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado Springs, CO

With the transformative approach of Internal Family Systems (IFS), I provide effective treatment for anxiety. We delve into your inner world, uncovering the roots of anxiety and understanding its underlying causes. Through compassionate exploration and nurturing, we create a safe environment for healing and integration. This process fosters self-compassion, clarity, and sustainable relief from anxiety.

— Rachelle Miller, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Spokane Valley, WA

I have completed trainings on anxiety, as well as experience in treating people with anxiety. I'll teach you to recognize where in your body you are feeling the anxiety, and what is happening in your brain while in this state. I have many skills to I want to share with you, that will help to ease your symptoms.

— Tracy Sondern, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Angeles, CA

Anxiety is HARD. Together we'll map out your triggers and create a plan to put you back in the driver's seat by creating a bespoke treatment plan that includes a variety of interventions such as CBT, boundary-setting skills, and tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique).

— Emily Morris, Associate Clinical Social Worker in Durham, NC

Do you feel stressed and restless? Do you have racing thoughts? Do you have trouble relaxing? Do you worry about the future, and your ability to handle what happens next?

— Chelsea Carter, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Portland, OR

We will work to overcome negative thoughts and mindfulness

— Noni Kendall, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Are you held back by fear? Whether it's the fear of making a 'wrong' decision or losing a cherished connection, we're in this together. Our journey involves delving into your anxiety triggers, thoughts, and beliefs. Working collaboratively, we uncover healthy strategies to navigate, challenge, and reshape your anxiety. This process paves the way for you to embrace a more fulfilling life.

— Emmily Weldon, Counselor in Orlando, FL

Using my training in neuropsychology, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness as well as somatic awareness, I help clients learn how to identify and understand their anxiety. Together, I work with many clients to help them empowered and equipped to handle their triggers and ultimately to live a more fulfilling life where anxiety is no longer in control.

— Allison Rosenberg, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Encino, CA

Do you spend a ton of time doing the following: 1. Worrying about stuff that hasn't happened 2. Worrying that bad things will happen 3. Negative "Nellie" can't ever seem to find or see the positive 4. Avoid lots of events or activities because you're afraid it will end in some type of disaster? These are some typical signs of anxiety. Many people take medications for anxiety but counseling can get your anxious physiological system and brain to work as intended.

— John Edwards, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Oakland, CA

Through personal experience and professionally, I have learned and taught a lot about anxiety and how to manage. Anxiety can be very overwhelming most of the time and feeling like no end in sight. Working with individuals with anxiety, my goal is to make anxiety feel manageable and giving you the control.

— Yesenia Segovia, Clinical Social Worker

Does it often feel like your mind can’t ‘quiet’ or ‘settle’ down? Or, do you generally feel restless or tense? Perhaps you’ve only recently started feeling this way, or it could be life long. Either way, I can help.

— Jessica Jacoby, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States. Anxiety treatment at Kairos Wellness Collective consists of two parts: 1) Psychotherapy and techniques such as EMDR and KAP to heal unresolved traumas and core fears that underlie anxiety . 2) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to reprogram the anxious mind with healthy thinking patterns. With a strong therapist-client partnership and outside resources, we provide practical solutions to unlock the key to your healthy thinking!

— Kairos Wellness Collective, Licensed Professional Counselor in Boulder, CO

Anxiety stems from the belief that the worst will happen and when it does, we won’t be able to deal with it. Our brains are amazing things! I can give you tools that work to change your body chemistry away from anxiety and then change your thoughts so that anxiety no longer has a hold on you!

— Tiffany Sankofa, Counselor in Clarksville, MD

I work with clients who experience anxiety in their daily lives. In particular, I specialize in working with young adults with anxiety.

— Lauren Beaudoin-Colegrove, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Worcester, MA

Do you spin at night while you are laying in your bed trying to sleep? Do you go over and over something innocuous that you said or did, or that happened to you, without being able to stop the cycle? Do you torture yourself with fears about your inadequacy? I have training in self-attack that will help you being to break the chains of anxiety that rob you. I welcome the chance to study your specific fears and concerns with the goal of decreasing and ultimately eliminating them.

— Tracy Bryce Farmer, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Portland, OR