Therapy for Anxiety

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Anxiety Therapy for Individuals

Anxiety rules your life, and finding a solution is not easy. You know something has to change, causing you to wonder, “Should I find a therapist”?

Your anxiety keeps you up all night – all you can think about is your work deadline, your romantic partner, and the friend who didn’t return your text. Then, after only a few hours of sleep, you turn off the alarm, dreading another day full of exhaustion and anxiety.

Most days are like living in a fog. Your energy is drained and you’re tired. For a fleeting moment in the evening, the thought of seeking a therapist returns.

Relationships are problematic, Causing You anxiety!

2240570859Does this sound familiar?

You’re up late at night researching your partner’s behavior online – learning new terms like emotional abuse, gaslighting, boundaries, and how to be happy. Reading this online causes sleepless nights filled with anxious thoughts.

You fantasize this search will make your partner say, “Thank you for this enlightening information. Now I understand my alcoholic mother and chaotic childhood caused my behavior in relationships.”

Realistically, you know that late-night research got you nowhere. You might think, “I will find a therapist and get to the roots of my anxiety, constant thoughts, and why I act the way I do, and JUST work on myself.”

Unfortunately, this is not likely to happen without a plan and some hard work – starting with seeking a therapist.

Challenges are a part of life.

You need to gain some self-awareness and explore various options at this point in your life.

Relationships are not great, and your communication skills are lacking.

Although you have grand ambitions, a plan for accomplishing them is unclear.

Individual therapy can help you meet those challenges.

2262366927Here’s what individual therapy is like with me.

You set the agenda and identify the issues you want to address, such as anxiety, depression, relationship patterns, gain more confidence, learn to set limits, etc. Then, I will work with you to help you find acceptance and explore yourself inside out.

The goal is to help you heal as you develop ways of facing challenges and solving the problems you bring to therapy. Depending on the issues you want to address, we will identify the tools and approaches to help you overcome what keeps you stuck.

Through individual therapy, change is possible. You can gain confidence, feel more secure in your relationships, communicate authentically and effectively, learn to set limits and boundaries, and deal with toxic people in a way where you don’t feel used.

Hi, I’m Michael.

Therapy near me. LMFT therapist.

Finding a therapist is not what most people make a priority. You want more for yourself and have a clear vision of your future. Putting this all together will take help. Finding someone you can trust with your untold feelings, emotions, thoughts, and behaviors is your first step.

As your individual therapist, maintaining an open and trusting relationship is paramount. We can start our journey together when you contact me today.

Call For Your Free Consultation. 818-384-8284

What are the most common symptoms?  A variety of physical and psychological symptoms, including:

Physical symptoms:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Sweating
  • Muscle tension
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Stomach problems

Psychological symptoms:

  • Constant worrying
  • Fearfulness
  • Irritability
  • Restlessness
  • Avoidance behaviors
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Panic attacks

Note: These symptoms can vary from person to person and the severity of symptoms can also vary.

Yes, it is possible for some individuals to experience anxiety when seeing a therapist. This can be due to a variety of reasons, such as fear of being judged, fear of discussing sensitive topics, or fear of facing unpleasant emotions.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that therapy is a safe and confidential space where individuals can work through their emotions and challenges with the support of a trained professional. With the right approach, therapy can actually help reduce anxiety and provide individuals with the tools they need to manage their symptoms more effectively.

If the thought of seeing a therapist is causing you anxiety, it’s important to communicate this to your therapist, who can work with you to address your concerns and help you feel more comfortable and at ease. With time and patience, many individuals find that therapy can be a valuable and empowering experience that helps them lead a more fulfilling life.