Anxiety Specialists


The Cycle of Anxious Thoughts Can Paralyze Progress & Stifle Life Fulfillment

When you are anxious, fear can control your life. You worry and perhaps ruminate over events that might happen, what people think of you, your health, the safety of others and many other issues. Anxiety can show up in different ways.


For young children, anxiety often shows up in clingy behavior and struggling with separation from parents or caregivers. Sleep disturbances are common, with difficulties falling asleep or frequent awakenings during the night. Children with anxiety may find it challenging to concentrate on tasks due to their preoccupation with worries and negative thoughts, leading to avoidance of new experiences or stressful situations.

For teenagers and adults, this cycle of anxiety and fear often leads to a feeling of being trapped in one’s own thoughts, creating a sense of helplessness and isolation. As you become more engulfed in these worries, you might start to lose touch with your own strengths and abilities, further diminishing your confidence to face challenges.

Anxiety can manifest as performance anxiety, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, a phobia, and more.

Avoidance behaviors may manifest, leading to shunning new opportunities like job hunting, socializing, or education.

Physical symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and a weakened immune system can arise from persistent anxiety.

Fear acts as a barrier, preventing the fulfillment of desired life experiences and personal growth.

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Break The Chains Of Anxiety With Personalized Therapy

Anxiety is different for different people. The first step is to assess the type of anxiety that you are experiencing–performance anxiety, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, or a phobia. Anxiety may also come from a past trauma or a difficult life experience.  We have different options for treatment depending on your needs. Mindfulness, relaxation techniques, DBT, RO DBT, ACT, and CBT are some of the possibilities. 

Furthermore, the choice of therapy is tailored to not just the type of anxiety but also to your personal preferences, lifestyle, and the severity of your symptoms. For instance, if you find yourself constantly overwhelmed by worry and fear, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) might be particularly beneficial as it helps in identifying and challenging irrational thoughts and beliefs. On the other hand, if your anxiety is linked to deeper emotional issues or trauma, therapies like DBT or ACT, which focus on emotional regulation and acceptance, could be more effective. In some cases, a combination of therapies may be recommended to address various aspects of anxiety. Alongside these therapies, lifestyle changes such as regular exercise, a balanced diet, and adequate sleep can also play a significant role in managing anxiety. Additionally, support groups and peer networks can provide comfort and understanding from those who share similar experiences. It’s important to remember that the journey to managing anxiety is personal and ongoing.

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