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While there are several sub types of anxiety, the most common is General Anxiety Disorder (GAD). In our fast paced, demanding society, 40 million Americans over the age of 18 are affected by anxiety.  The good news is, treatment within a collaborative therapeutic relationship can greatly reduce anxiety and build future resilience.



  • Excessive Worry

  • Feeling Wired

  • Sense of impending danger/doom

  • Over-thinking

  • Racing Thoughts

  • Irrational Fears

  • Feeling Like You Are Going Crazy

  • Muscle Tension

  • Gastrointestinal Issues


  • Working with a knowledgeable clinician can teach you the skills you need to achieve your goals.

    • Opportunity to understand possible origins and function of the difficulties you experience.

    • Support through a focused, collaborative, step by step treatment plan to alleviate distress.

    • A safe and nurturing environment to practice adaptive responses in order to cope effectively with future challenges.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the most effective form of psychotherapy for anxiety.  Goals of CBT include:

  • Elimination of symptoms that interfere with functioning

  • Increase in activities

  • Improvement in interpersonal relationships

  • Maintenance of skills that bring well-being into the future

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