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Anxiety

Anxiety often feels like an endless cycle of worry, weighing you down and making you feel exhausted and frustrated. If these feelings are not addressed in time they can often show up in a more severe form as panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety or even as specific phobias negatively impacting your life on a daily basis. 
Healthy Mind's Anxiety Wellness Program provides both individual and family therapy sessions, as well as mental health evaluations and psychoeducation on anxiety and how it manifests in various ways.  We work together on understanding and resolving the core conflict that is the source of the anxiety and enhance your ability to effectively cope with the full variety of life's worries and anxieties. 

Signs of Anxiety

  • Anxiety can show up in a variety of ways, including physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms.

  • Some of the signs to look out for are excessive and/ unrealistic worry, restlessness, muscle tension, difficulty sleeping, difficulty concentrating, palpitations, shortness of breath, nausea, constantly feeling on edge and irritability.

  • If you notice these signs in yourself or someone you care about, it may be time to reach out for assistance.

  • Healthy Mind is here to provide you with the support and guidance you need to address and control your anxiety.

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How We Can Assist

  •  We provide a safe and supportive environment in which our clients can explore their feelings and develop the self-awareness and coping skills they need to better manage their stress.

  • We focus on helping you to follow through on work, family and social demands rather than use escape or avoidance.

  • By challenging worry patterns, engaging in a cost-benefit analysis of maintaining the anxiety and identifying the major life conflicts from the past and present that form the basis for present anxiety, we stabilize and ultimately work to resolve your anxiety.

  • Working together on establishing healthy routines and sleep practices also form a large part of the treatment plan. 

Address That Negative Overload

  • When it comes to anxiety, negative thinking and behavior patterns can be the cause of your distress. Rumination can be difficult to stop and can involve repeating a negative thought compulsively. It can lead to mental and physical exhaustion and loss of motivation to focus on other more productive tasks.

  • Healthy Mind is here to assist you with understanding and managing your anxious thoughts and behavior patterns. With evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy you can learn to challenge your anxious thoughts and develop healthier coping strategies.

Take control of your anxiety today.

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