Anxiety Counseling

Anxiety has become commonplace in our culture today. Maybe it is living in a world of comparisons, trying to present ourselves as having figured out this whole "life" thing. Or maybe it's trying to juggle too many plates with not enough hands. And now, here you are, at the end of your rope. You lose your patience with everyone, especially the ones you care about most. Your body is always tense, sometimes to the point of pain. You can't get your thoughts straight, jumping around with barely a coherent thread. It keeps you up at night. It makes it hard to focus.

Anxiety can be triggers by many things.

Examples of external triggers

● Problems with Work● Family Conflict● Financial Problems● Loss of a Loved One● Divorce● Moving to a New Home

Examples of internal triggers

● Low Self-Esteem or Confidence● Unmet Expectations● Perfectionism● Difficulty Responding to Change● Unrealistic Expectations fo Self● Fear About the Future

But no matter what triggers you have, right now, anxiety is making your life unmanageable, overwhelming, and chaotic. 

Peace and rest are just around the corner.

Photo of a woman by the ocean feeling peace and rest after benefiting from anxiety counseling.

By working together through counseling, I can help you build on your strengths to find creative solutions. We want to further our understanding about specific patterns in your life that continue the whirlwind of chaos, and then learn new tools or approaches to better navigate these challenges. I can help you build insight that provides a safe base from which you can engage your experiences in the future. As this change arises, we are free to embody ourselves more deeply and to align our daily lives, intentions, choices, commitments. 
Anxiety counseling sessions last between 45-50 minutes. For rates and fees, look here. Sessions occur on average once every week or two weeks. Based on your goals and treatment needs, therapy and counseling can be as brief as 8-10 sessions or can be longer-term over a year or two. 

I offer a free 20-minute consultation for those interested in counseling services. It will give you a chance to describe your particular issue, ask any questions about my experience, and help you feel more comfortable with me.

Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow."

Mary Anne Radmacher