Constantly Stressed Out? Feeling Anxious? Want A Better Quality of Life?
You’ve Come To The Right Place!
Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life, and it creates a fight or flight response that helps us react quickly to a stressful situation. However, if your anxiety is overwhelming and persistent, and you feel that it is interfering with your daily living, seeking treatment is the perfect answer.
Anxiety disorders are very treatable!
The symptoms of anxiety can have a profound effect on someone’s quality of life and ability to function. Treatment can address symptoms as well as assist someone experiencing severe or ongoing stress.
You Might Consider Seeking Treatment If
- Do you want to feel more at ease?
- Do you want to become more relaxed and focused?
- Do you want to become your better self?
- Do you want to calm your mind?
- Would you like to have better sleep?
- Would you like to have more energy?
- Do you want to experience peace of mind and mental clarity?
- Would you like to feel less worried?
- Would you like to experience a powerful personal transformation?
- Do you want to feel so much better that you say, “Is this real? Is this my life now?”
- Would you like to learn to connect to your higher self?
- Would you like to learn to calm down your mind?
- Would you like to learn to get your needs met?
- Would you like to learn how to be more assertive?
- Would you like to learn to feel unconditional love for yourself?
- Would you like to have more joy, love, peace, and abundance?
Did you know that each year Anxiety Disorders affect 40 million Americans? Studies show that treatment is very successful. Furthermore, causes of Anxiety Disorders differ considerably, so therapy can be tailored to your specific symptoms and diagnosis.
Identifying your specific symptoms is the first step to creating a successful treatment plan.
You may have had a Doctor mention to you that you need Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for one of the following: Susan has helped hundreds of people with these disorders and she can help you:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Social Anxiety Disorder
- Separation Anxiety
- Specific Phobias
- OC spectrum disorders
- Body Dysmorphic Disorder
- Olfactory Reference Syndrome
- Illness/Health Anxiety (Hypochrondriasis)
- Postpartum OCD/Depression
Anxiety Disorders are best treated with evidenced based therapy such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP)/Exposure and Ritual Prevention (EX/RP). This is why you have been encouraged to seek specialized treatment. Anxiety disorders can also be treated with medicine, or a combination of psychotherapy and medication.
Susan offers individual, couples, and family therapy involving these disorders and other issues as well.