Stress and anxiety are normal parts of the human journey, and can help us grow.
However, if they chronically block your ability to experience purpose and joy in life, it may be time for a change.
- Almost always have something you're worrying about
- Experience unusual restlessness or irritability
- Find it difficult to relax, yet feel tired easily
- Have been told you "worry too much"
- Find it difficult to concentrate
- Have difficulty "turning off" your mind at night
- Notice physical symptoms associated with stress such as
increased heart rate, breathing in your chest, shoulders/neck tightness
...an evaluation could point you toward the tools you need.
Depending on your unique circumstances and background, a combination of treatment approaches can be used to help lift your burden emotionally, mentally, and behaviorally. I use strategies from a number of evidence-based treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, Exposure Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to teach you the skills you need to master your anxiety or stress.