IS ANXIETY CONSUMING YOU ?
Are you experiencing panic attacks?
Does it feel impossible to quiet your mind at night when you want to sleep?
Have you been feeling more irritable than usual?
Is it hard to focus and get things done?
Have you tried everything and nothing seems to give you relief?
Are you ready for a change?
You are probably at a point in your life where things are changing. It could be a job change, the end of a relationship, the loss of a love one or simply things aren’t what they use to be.
Now, a life change doesn’t always have to be negative. It can be an event that we have long awaited for such as the planning a wedding, getting a much desired new job, or the welcoming of a baby.
While you are trying to navigate life as best you can, anxiety starts to kick in. It consumes your every day thoughts and makes you feel stuck and hopeless.
Anxiety can also be triggered due to experiencing too much stress, which leads to constant worry, negative thoughts and fears that consume your day to day thoughts. At times, the effects can also affect you physically, such as back pain, headaches, changes in appetite or changes in your sleep.
It can also take place in different times of the day. Like a work, where your performance needs to be high but anxiety takes away your focus from important tasks at work. This can sometimes lead to generating more anxiety feelings due to the pressure added from decreased performance.
It may show up in our relationships, as anxiety may make us feel less tolerant and more on edge, increasing arguments with the people we love the most. Parenting may become a struggle for the same reasons, as we understand that children take a lot of patience! This could lead to feeling disconnected from others, especially our partners, because we don’t feel understood, feel alone, and don’t want to be bothered.
Anxiety also doesn’t take a day off or breaks. It is there from the moment one wakes up, to remind us of the countless responsibilities that need to be accomplished that day. To the time one wants to go to sleep, causing sleepless nights because the racing thoughts don’t turn off.
There are several different kinds of anxiety, ranging from Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Phobias, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Social Anxiety Disorders.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
ANXIETY COUNSELING CAN HELP.
Anxiety can affect almost anyone. In fact, an estimated 40 million people in America suffer from it. So, you are not alone!
While that might not be the greatest news, we can tell you that it is also one of the most treatable conditions.
Here at Infinite Therapeutic Services, we have a team of caring counselors trained in evidence based and strength-based approaches to help you reduce the symptoms of anxiety. Together we can help you find the solutions you need in a safe, comfortable and confidential environment.
Counseling is a great resource for individuals seeking to find solutions to the feelings of overwhelm, frustration and chaos that anxiety causes. It is a space where it is safe to explore how anxiety affects you and what option you have to find more peace, energy and relief.
In therapy, we focus on identifying your strengths to help you create the change you need with long-lasting positive results. Through the use of successful counseling interventions, individuals may experience peace, harmony, balance, and feeling re-energized.
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THERAPY FOR YOU WITH AN ANXIETY COUNSELOR. RECLAIM YOUR LIFE
Anxiety can be addressed individually; however, couples and families counseling can help as well. Many couples find that their communication worsens when there is one or both of the partners experiencing anxiety due to a major life transition, too much stress, too much to worry, and fear. Similarly, families seek therapy due to the same stressors of individuals and couples, resulting in more family arguments, tension, and at times, isolation from one another. We are qualified to address issues of anxiety individually, with a significant other, or as a family.