Not your Neurotypical Therapist. I love helping people age 14 and up who struggle with ADHD, anxiety, or both.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in South Carolina
Many people who suffer with anxiety tell us that they feel like they're always on edge. They find themselves over-thinking situations, conversations, decisions and all of the "what if's" that we face in life. Maybe you feel like you can't shut off your brain or you're struggling with headaches or stomach issues from the stress you've been feeling. Or you have a constant inner monologue of all the things you think are wrong with you. Therapy can help you learn tools to manage your anxiety.
ADHD is more than inattention. And it’s more than not being able to sit still. If you’ve been struggling with ADHD, you probably already know that it can affect everything from not meeting deadlines to procrastination, losing things, and being extra-sensitive to rejection by others. We have to work infinitely harder at things that other people find easy. People don't need "fixing." We need to understand how our brains work and then learn tools to work WITH our brains for success.