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Life-Adjustments and Anxiety Therapy

Feeling a sense of anxiousness in life is understandable. Worry, stress, and insecurities are all common. That sense of anxiousness can often times lead to anxiety, panic, or fear when we don't know how to express those emotions effectively.

It can even get to the point of experiencing panic attacks or difficulties leaving home and going out in public. As anxiety continues to increase, it can cause a change in thoughts patterns and behaviors that become unhealthy and interfere with our daily routine.

You might catch yourself thinking: "What if I can't do it". "What if people laugh at me". "Everybody is going to judge me". "What if I get fired". "Something bad is going to happen". The outcome is developing negative core beliefs and negative emotions like fear, shame, or hopelessness. You shouldn't have to face these thoughts and emotions alone. 

Take back your confidence and feel in control of your life!

Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety symptoms present differently in everybody and the way you learn to cope them can dictate the intensity or severity of the symptoms. If you can relate to some of the symptoms below you could most likely find value out of engaging in therapy. 

  • You get easily overwhelmed that is out of proportion to the situation.

  • Feeling on edge most of the time.

  • Getting nervous, anxious, or feeling that your body is tensing up. 

  • Difficulty concentrating or have random worrisome thoughts.

  • Difficulty controlling the worrying.

  • Increased heart rate.

  • Rapid breathing.

  • Feeling restless or agitated.

  • Sleep issues, like trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. 

  • Waking up in the morning feeling panic about your day.

  • Panic attacks.

  • Finding yourself avoiding certain social situations.

  • Feeling an overwhelming amount of stress throughout your day. 

If you find yourself relating to some of these symptoms don't wait to reach out for support. Take the next step to move in a positive direction in your life by participating in an anxiety-focused therapy. Through collaboration in the treatment process we can foster a safe and support environment for you to explore these symptoms and concerns. It is my priority to help you find the value you need out of therapy to better manage or prevent anxiety from getting in the way of your life. 

How Will Therapy Help Me?

I help by teaching you the skills that will decrease anxiety, panic, or fear and help you identify what's causing the anxiety. Learning to identify unhealthy or ineffective thoughts and reframe them into more positive and confident thought patterns leads to benefits such as:

  • Leave the house feeling anxious free.

  • Engage in more conversations at work.

  • Think more confidently about yourself.

  • Let go of judgements.

  • Boost self-esteem.

  • Feel more comfortable communicating in front of others.

  • Increase your ability to concentrate

  • Feel more present in the moment

  • Decrease agitation and be more comfortable in your body.

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Anxiety-Focused Therapy in Plymouth, MI

Certified in Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy through the, I can help you get to the root of the anxiety. Hypnotherapy combined with Psychotherapy, is a great tool to utilize allowing you to get to the source of the issue that may be causing anxiety related symptoms. Anxiety is often times a symptom of deeper unresolved emotions that are causing distress in the mind and body. Identifying the underlying issue helps you gain perspective and insight as to why the anxiety is present and how to make it go away or significantly decrease the intensity. 

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