Life can be hard for everyone, at one time or another. But, because many people look like they have it together, you may not notice their anxiety, and feel isolated in your struggles.
You are not alone. In fact, anxiety is so common in the U.S. that approximately 18% of our population, or 40 million people (between 18-54 years old) report having anxiety. And, it is suspected that closer to 30% may benefit from some degree of anxiety therapy.
It takes courage and strength to reach out and ask for help. It shows your willingness to do the work needed to enable the change you want and deeply long for.
I will be with you on your path as you develop trust in the counseling process and in your ability to use your new coping tools effectively. Ultimately, the goal is for you to come out the other side of counseling with confidence.
I am curious to know:
- How anxiety has affected your life
- Your strengths, and how they have helped you get this far
- Coping tools that work, and those that don’t
- What places, people, or things ease your anxiety?
When we work together I will be your facilitator. We will develop a holistic and integrative plan specific to your needs.
Anxiety therapy can help you:
- Understand the anxiety cycle
- Learn skills for anxiety management
- Identify triggers and develop a plan to avoid or deal with them
- See choices that add life balance
- Read you body’s information to guide decisions
- Simplify life’s chaos with systems
- Find hope
- Practice self-compassion
- And more!
My name is Larkin. I love my work and would like to help. Call or email to set up your free 15-minute phone consultation. Therapy has the most chance for impact with a consistent schedule. For this reason, most clients choose a recurring, “set” appointment time that meets at the same time weekly or bi-weekly.