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Live a more pleasurable, balanced life.

Anxiety is a universal human experience and can be normal.
However, at times, living with anxiety can be debilitating and affect too much of our lives.

Persistent worry and fear can lead to a range of symptoms, including restlessness, irritability, difficulty concentrating, sleep disturbances, and even panic attacks. Furthermore, anxiety can compromise your relationships, hinder professional growth, and contribute to a diminished quality of life.

Some common anxiety disorders are Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Phobias.

In therapy, we will work on identifying your type of anxiety and develop a personalized treatment plan to manage your symptoms. Some interventions we may use are:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT):

Identify and challenge negative or irrational thought patterns and insert positive helpful messages.


Learn techniques to promote a sense of calm in your mind and body.

Prioritize Self-Care:

Take care of your physical and emotional well-being by adopting healthy habits such as exercise, adequate sleep, a balanced diet, and engaging in pleasurable activities.

Set Realistic Goals:

Avoid overwhelming yourself with excessive responsibilities. Break tasks into smaller, manageable steps. Practice self-compassion and acknowledge your efforts.

Social Anxiety is another anxiety disorder that can be very challenging.

social anxiety
Social anxiety, also known as social phobia, is characterized by an intense fear of social situations and interacting People with social anxiety often experience significant distress and anxiety in various social settings, such as public speaking, meeting new people, attending parties, or even everyday activities like eating in public or using public restrooms. People fear being judged or embarrassed in front of others. They assume that people are judging them negatively and therefore may avoid social situations all together. Often an individual with social anxiety has a poor self-image so self-esteem building exercises are helpful as well. Incorporating distraction techniques or guided imagery may also be effective coping skills to help break the cycle of anxious thoughts.

If anxiety significantly impacts your daily life, it may be time to seek help. You can work on training your brain to be calmer and develop a less fearful life perspective. This will help you to feel less anxious and live a more pleasurable, balanced life.

Take your first step towards a better outlook.