Are you ready to
stop overthinking and stressing about the future?
Fundamentally, you understand this is because of irrational thoughts stuck on repeat — racing around your mind in an infinity loop. Yet, despite this knowledge, you feel drained and it seems like you are losing control.
When thinking about the future, you have a tendency to imagine the worst case scenario more often than you’d like to admit. Sure, you sometimes focus on the positive — but, that’s the exception to the rule.
You are not alone
Often, people who suffer from anxiety say, “I can deal with this myself.” You may feel like you’re all alone, misunderstood, and that there’s no one to turn to. This feeling occurs more often than you might realize.
The thought of getting help with a therapist can be daunting. Yet, anxiety therapy can help you learn how to transition from a life where anxiety is omnipresent to a life where anxiety can be minimized. With the support of a therapist, you can learn to manage your anxiety to a level that seems more feasible.
Why is it so tough to concentrate or stay awake at work?
Anxiety can stem from sudden life changes such as a new job that requires more hours or finding yourself facing more challenging personal matters.
Do you find yourself unable to focus on a specific task because you keep falling asleep at your home office or work desk? This can occur when the symptoms become bigger than the life event itself. Simply by reaching out to Heavenly Counseling, you’ve made a small step in the right direction to overcoming your anxiety.
A therapist is like an unbiased advisor who can offer alternative perspectives.
What Does Anxiety Feel Like?
There are many indications of Anxiety. It’s important to recognize them and reach out as soon as you’re able to.
Some of these symptoms include:
- Excessive worrying or nervousness
- Inability to fall asleep or stay asleep
- Detachment from society
- Agitation and restlessness
- Difficulty concentrating
- Panic attacks
- Having a sense of impending doom or danger
- Sweating, trembling, feeling jittery
- Body aches and tense muscles
- Sadness and hopelessness
Anxiety can make you feel cut off from the world because you are living in your own head, full of fear and worry. Remember you are not facing anxiety alone.
In fact, it’s estimated that almost 40 million Americans 18 and older suffer from anxiety.
Even though it’s highly treatable, only 36.9% of those 40 million actually seek out treatment. That means 1 in 13 adults suffer from anxiety.
The Heavenly Counseling Approach at Treating Anxiety
With the support of a therapist, you can learn to reduce your anxiety to a level that seems more feasible. You will be provided with specific tools and resources tailored to your needs as we work together to understand the causes behind your anxiety.
We will put together a step-by-step plan to help you cope and manage these issues, rather than leaving them to grow and remain unresolved.We can take this brave first step together as early as your first session.
How Does Anxiety Counseling help me?
Anxiety counseling can help you feel like you are back in control. Quite often, people who suffer from anxiety feel like they are losing control. One wish my clients feel like they had was a better grasp of how they can control their level of anxiety.
What makes your Anxiety Treatment different from other therapists who offer Anxiety Therapy?
One thing that does make me different when it comes to anxiety therapy is that I do as much as I can to make you feel comfortable. It is super important to create ways to reduce your anxiety. I will come up with relatable examples that allow you to feel more understood.
How many sessions will I need for Anxiety Therapy?
On average most clients complete 24 sessions within the first year. However, because I consider everyone to be unique, the number of sessions could be less or more. Please remember that the 24 sessions includes my quarterly plan. We’ll discuss those details during our initial consultation.
What symptoms of anxiety should I look for?
You should be on the look out for signs of uneasiness. Try keeping track of anytime you feel like you are having negative thoughts. Also, note how often you worry about something.
Speak to Someone
We’re here for you. Fill out the contact form below, and we’ll be in touch to book a free intro call and book your first session. You may also call 972-829-6525.
2201 Spinks Road , Suite 118
Flower Mound, TX 75022