We all know what it feels like to be nervous or anxious from time to time. It’s a part of normal life. However, when a person begins to have recurrent anxiety, it can drastically impact his or her ability to function at work, home, or in school. It is estimated that approximately 1 in 13 suffer from anxiety disorders (World Health Organization, 2021). While anxiety disorders are treatable, only 36.9 % of people seek treatment (ADAA). There are several different types of anxiety and consequently different interventions.
  • Common Symptoms associated with Anxiety:
  • Apprehension: recurrent worry about things and having difficulty controlling the worry
  • Difficulty with concentration
  • Feeling keyed up
  • Muscle tension, feeling lightheaded, rapid heart rate, sweating
It’s important to recognize when you need help for anxiety. Our team at Associates in Psychotherapy are experiences in diagnosing and treating different anxiety disorders. At Associates in Psychotherapy, we aim to understand your unique circumstances that are causing your symptoms. Together, we will devise a plan that will reduce your symptoms/distress, foster a deeper understanding of things that may perpetuate or trigger your symptoms, and support you as you regain a sense of control over your life.
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