Feeling a certain level of anxiety over big stressors or certain life events is totally normal. However, if you find that your fear or worry does not go away and, in fact, gets worse over time, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling and often passes quickly, while severe anxiety can seriously affect your day-to-day life. If you are finding your anxiety unmanageable, can’t identify the cause of your anxious feelings or if you are suffering from physical symptoms (such as heart palpations, fatigue, sweaty hands, upset stomach, or insomnia), it may be time to get help. Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s anxiety specialists today. 

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Anxiety and stress affect us all, however at times it limits our ability to complete normal activities. Feelings of overwhelm, worry, and being on edge can begin to overtake our daily lives. My clients will identify their triggers, increase their self awareness, and harness their strengths and values in order to effectively manage their anxiety.

— Kristin Miyoko Papa, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in San Jose, CA

Many people who suffer with anxiety tell us that they feel like they're always on edge. They find themselves over-thinking situations, conversations, decisions and all of the "what if's" that we face in life. Maybe you feel like you can't shut off your brain or you're struggling with headaches or stomach issues from the stress you've been feeling. Or you have a constant inner monologue of all the things you think are wrong with you. Therapy can help you learn tools to manage your anxiety.

— Victoria Carey, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Anxiety is at the forefront of much of the stressors we have; it is particularly high for marginalized groups. In addition to supporting clients with managing anxiety, I have worked with Black students and Black professionals in addressing and recognizing racist systems and how to navigate oppression in their day-to-day existence.

— Michelle May, Counselor in West Bloomfield, MI

Experiencing occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. However, when anxiety frequently have intense, excessive and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations, and starts interfering with your daily life activities, it is time to seek for professional help. I use different effective therapy techniques such as CBT, DBT, M-BCT to help you focus on identifying, understanding, and changing thinking and behavior patterns caused by anxiety.

— Adriana Beck, Licensed Professional Counselor in Plano, TX

Do everyday tasks feel harder than they should be? You can experience freedom from worry and overcome anxiety. Peace of mind isn't out of reach. Call today for a free consultation.

— Julie Holburn, Counselor in Boulder, CO

Anxiety is the most common complaint that my clients present. The stressors of daily life have become exacerbated by the COVID pandemic, creating a mental health epidemic worldwide. Dealing with uncertainty is not easy, but I have tools that can help you feel more at ease.

— Carmen F Juneidi, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Chicago, IL

The route to anxiety begins differently for people. Some comes from anxious parents and grandparents environment of anxiety is pervasive. Some have an experience that opens the portal of feelings and thoughts to anxiety. For some it often brings panic attacks. There are a variety of triggers through sight, sound, touch and smell. Once the trigger is flipped, the thoughts rush in and sometimes the thoughts just rush in. Either way, in session we explore what anxiety is in your experience.

— Antonia Allison, Marriage & Family Therapist in Diamond Bar, CA

Anxiety can feel like a dark cloud hanging over your head. There are so many factors that create anxiety including neurobiology, environment, relationships, and cultural influences. You can break free with support and guidance. We will approach your anxiety by exploring the things that you need to feel safe and supported in your life. Together, we will create a set of coping strategies that you can pull from any time anxiety starts to creep in. You can heal and I can help you.

— Jennie Wang-Hall, Psychologist in San Marcos, CA

We offer strategies to support stress management and healthy communication in personal and workplace relationships, through various modalities and methods.

— Aleana Krupinsky, Clinical Social Worker in Morrisville, NC

Anxiety is common but it doesn't have to be center stage in your life. Everyone experiences it from time to time which is normal. However, if you start to notice the frequency and intensity increasing or the feelings causing you stress then it is time to address it.

— Savanna Martin, Licensed Professional Counselor

I see many clients suffering from mild to debilitating stress and anxiety. By employing straightforward strategies alongside a deeper investigation into formative relationships and experiences, I am able to help clients reduce the grip of anxiety and live a calmer, more productive, and more satisfying life.

— Bear Korngold, Clinical Psychologist in San Francisco, CA

Anxiety is often the symptom if deeper issues of questioning one’s worth in the world. In my office, I work hard to create a safe space where you can begin to learn to take up space in the world, rather than try to hide your true, authentic self away. My specialties in this area include: Eating disorder/body image issues, past trauma, societal oppression, past and current domestic violence, feelings of worthlessness, fears of rejection, panic, social anxiety, stress, anger, existential fear

— Linnea Logas, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Minneapolis, MN

I use a Cognitive Behavioral approach to explore your unhealthy patterns of thinking. In doing this, we are able to challenge some of your fears, worries, and obsessive thoughts and replace them with thoughts that are often more realistic more in line with healthy living patterns.

— Jamie Glick, Counselor in Castle Rock, CO

I specialize in working with individuals experiencing anxiety, phobias or panic attacks. I also focus on working with individuals navigating post-trauma recovery and living with PTSD. I use tenets of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and other current trauma informed modalities to create an individually-tailored therapeutic approach for my clients.

— Neil Panchmatia, Counselor in Portland, OR

The duality of wanting and rejecting seem to go hand in hand in anxiety. You are anxious when things do not go the way you want them to go. You are anxious when it does go the way you want it to go. Your mind will put you right on the edge where you are almost always at either end of the spectrum having amazing patience, but very impulsive. More true than not, anxious people are courageous, insightful, thoughtful and have a high emotional intelligent quotient. Join me.

— Hyon Bachman, Licensed Professional Counselor in Alexandria, VA

My experience working with Anxiety and Depression is vast - incorporating awareness, mindfulness, coping skills and exploring what works for you

— Anita Van Dyke, Counselor

I approach anxiety from a unique perspective that blends cognitive neuroscience and existential philosophy. We'll learn about ways to increase your ability to regulate your nervous system through mindfulness practices while also talking about "big" issues in your life.

— Ben Hearn, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in West Chester, OH