It’s normal to worry and feel tense or scared when under pressure or facing a stressful situation. But when anxiety is constant or overwhelming, when it interferes with your relationships and activities, that’s when you’ve crossed the line from being “nervous” into the territory of anxiety disorders.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy focuses on “thoughts” or “cognitions” in addition to behaviors. I will help you identify and challenge the negative thinking patterns and irrational beliefs that are fueling your anxiety. This therapy coupled with some self help activities is terrific treatment. You can contact me at 562-8045 to get back on track.