You can stop the cycle of persistent anxiety, worry, overwhelm, and stress.
Everyone feels anxious, stressed, or worried from time to time. These occasional feelings can motivate you, cause you to work hard, or warn you of an unsafe situation.
Unfortunately, anxiety, worry, and stress can sometimes build—becoming too much to manage on your own.
- Feel overwhelmed, anxious, or out of control most of the time
- Overanalyze situations, conversations, or interactions
- Feel like you can’t control or stop your worries or thoughts
- Try to keep busy to distract yourself from your feelings and thoughts
- Avoid certain people or situations
- Feel restless or irritable more easily
- Have trouble concentrating
- Struggle to make a decision
- Experience physical symptoms like stomach aches, nausea, heart racing, or headaches when anxious
- Keep to yourself more because of worry or fears about how others think about you
- Struggle with self-doubts and self-confidence
Over time, persistent anxiety, stress, and overwhelm can interfere with your relationships, work or school, self-confidence, and physical health. Causing you to feel more anxious, worry, and self-doubt.
Fortunately, you can learn how to manage your anxiety and stress, so you can create the life and relationships you want.
Our evidence-based anxiety counseling is tailored to your needs.
There are many causes of anxiety, panic, and worry, such as a one-time traumatic event, ongoing trauma, unexpected life change, stress, medical event, and more.
As a result, anxiety therapy is not one-size-fits-all.
Our licensed counselors work with you, so you feel heard and understood. We create a safe, judgment-free space so you can safely work through your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
We work with you to identify what’s contributing to your situation, your specific symptoms, and your therapy goals. And, you’ll receive a plan that is personalized to your unique situation and needs.
Our counselors use various evidence-based therapy approaches to help work through your anxiety and stress, such as Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and relaxation strategies.
During sessions, you’ll learn:
- How to identify the thoughts and feelings that drive your anxiety
- Strategies to help you manage and work through your symptoms
- How to be more in control of your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions
- Insights to help you feel more confident in yourself
- How to effectively handle difficult situations in the future
- Coping and communication tools
- How to manage physical symptoms of anxiety, stress, or panic
Our measurement-based approach keeps your anxiety therapy on track, so you get lasting results.
Making a real, lasting change can take time.
As a result, we incorporate a measurement-based approach that monitors your symptoms, treatment, and progress to ensure you get the most out of therapy.
You’ll gain real-time insights and can monitor symptoms and progress by completing questionnaires and assessments.
Additionally, you and your counselor can use this information to help tailor your treatment so you make progress on your therapy goals.
Overcome anxiety, feel more in control, and regain your confidence with anxiety therapy in Wilmington, NC.
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