Excessive worry? Good news: Anxiety is highly treatable. Effective and nearby help is available … online in Orange and Anaheim via secure video!
40 million adults live with anxiety. If you are struggling, please know you are not alone.
Anxiety is what happens when our body and mind get stuck in a cycle of scanning for ‘danger’ in our immediate environment. There is really good news! With some simple changes in our thinking process, we can help the body and mind take a rest from all that ‘scanning’ and find relief.
To steal an expression, you can stop the worry from worrying you!
It is common to experience anxiety in your body, in your mind, and in your interactions with others.
We are Here to Help.
Our team of licensed counselors are ready to help you find rapid relief from anxety. We help clients with all kinds of anxiety to find peace, hope, and ease no matter which type of anxiety you may have.
We help our clients find relief from the three most common forms of anxiety:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (Worry is always nearby. Our ‘impending danger’ sensor light is always ON.)
- Social Anxiety (The idea of being with others causes feelings of fear and unworthiness which results in isolation.)
- Panic Attacks: (unexpected rapid heartbeat, fear of dying, or losing control. Often there is no identifiable trigger.)
Anxiety Relief Counseling can help you:
- Find a sense of calm in your mind, body, and relationships
- Enjoy daily life because you do not feel so worried about everything and everyone
- Connect more easily and better with others
- Handle stress and overwhelm better
- Sleep easier
How the mind experiences anxiety:
- Frequent and excessive worry
- Feeling ‘on guard’ – always worrying that the ‘other shoe is going to drop’
- Meddlesome, repetitive thoughts
- A feeling of ‘dread’
How the body experiences anxiety:
- GI difficulties, nervous stomach
- Muscle tension
- Difficulty relaxing
Anxiety impacts how we interact:
- Feelings of shame and guilt
- Frustrations with sleep
- Retreating from people or situations leading to increased isolation