It’s normal to experience stress from time to time, though if stress is chronic, it can become overwhelming and can take a toll on your health and well-being.
If you have reached a point where stress is causing physical symptoms or emotional exhaustion, you may benefit from therapy to help you reduce your symptoms, improve your well-being and develop coping strategies to help you manage your stress more effectively.
Everyone worries or feels nervous once in a while and anxiety is a typical human reaction to stressful situations. However, for some people, anxiety can be persistent and can negatively affect their ability to function in different areas of their lives, such as at work or in relationships.
Therapy can help you to reduce the likelihood and intensity of anxiety symptoms, improve your quality of life and help to make life more manageable.
If you feel you may have anxiety and would benefit from therapy, I would be happy to discuss options for therapy with you over the phone or during a discovery session. Please note, I do not provide Clinical Therapy or Clinical Psychology services, therefore in some cases I may suggest you seek help from a different professional and would be happy to make recommendations for providers in the area.