You don’t need to live with excessive worry, fear, or stress. Using proven treatment techniques, we can help you feel better and overcome your anxiety.
Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder, affecting an estimated 40 million American adults and one in eight children. It often develops from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.
For most, anxiety is a normal part of life and can be beneficial. But for those with anxiety disorders, their anxiety can cause them to feel such severe symptoms that they start to avoid situations where they feel it may become worse. This can negatively effect your school or work performance and even extend to your personal and romantic relationships.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD): Generalized anxiety disorder can occur at any age. GAD is characterized by the persistent and excessive worry about many different things. The anxiety is very challenging to control and are often accompanied by at least one of the following symptoms: restlessness, easily fatigued, impaired concentration, increased muscle soreness, and difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep at night.
Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD): Social anxiety disorder or social phobia is a chronic mental health condition in which social interactions cause irrational anxiety. Those with social anxiety disorder may have trouble with things like: answering questions in class, meeting new people, going on dates, attending job interviews, or having to speak with a cashier.
Panic Disorder: Panic disorder causes panic attacks, which are described as a sudden feeling of terror, even when there’s no real danger. If you’re suffering from panic disorder, you may feel that you’re losing control. You may also have physical symptoms like: fast heartbeat, chest or stomach pain, difficulty breathing, dizziness or weakness, sweating or chills, tingly or numb extremities.
Specific Phobia: You have a persistent and excessive fear of something that is not normally seen as dangerous. You may acknowledge that your fear is irrational, but aren’t able to control it and will often to go great lengths to avoid what is is you’re afraid of. The most common phobias are: heights, snakes, flying, spiders, and clowns.
Do you feel like your voice doesn’t matter? Do you worry about social situations? It’s time to take our social anxiety test, so we can get an idea of what might be going on. The Social Anxiety Test is an online assessment tool for measuring your levels of fear about various social situations like speaking to new people, meeting celebrities or even answering questions on surveys. This is not a tool to diagnose anxiety, as only a mental health professional or doctor can do that.
Regardless of how long you have been suffering, anxiety is highly responsive to treatment. Our highly experienced clinical and medical staff prescribes a custom blend of medical, psychological and integrative therapies to most effectively treat you as a whole person and core issues of trauma that are driving the Anxiety symptoms.