Are you ready to take control of your life?
Helping people who struggle with anxiety learn the skills to cope, overcome and maintain a better quality of life.
When anxiety takes over your mind and body, it not only changes how you view yourself and the world around you, it also has a deep impact on your overall quality of life.
Dealing with anxiety can create a vicious cycle of frustration, insecurity and an on-going compulsion to keep try to controlling your environment, and if you are struggling with anxiety, you may already be very familiar with that intense desire to want to control it. The problem, however, is that the focus of this “control” is commonly directed at the wrong things, which will often times leave you feeling disappointed or upset with yourself or with others.
Whether you are struggling with anxiety that stems from interpersonal relationships, chronic illness, digestive disorders or trauma related to some of your childhood experiences, anxiety can impact your life in a multitude of ways including your social life, emotional, physical and digestive health.
If your anxiety has you struggling with any of the following thoughts…
– “I’m constantly worried about what will happen tomorrow, so it’s hard for me to enjoy today”
– “I am terrified of having to make decisions”
– “What if something bad happens?
– “I should be happy, but I’m not, and I can’t figure out why”
– “What will people think of me?”
– “Nothing I do is good enough”
– “I know that something has got to change, but where do I even start?”
… then you can feel confident that this is a good place to take that courageous first step.
Karen J. Conlon, LCSWA little about me… If you are here, you are probably interested in knowing a bit more about what might make me suitable to help you. And good for you for not settling on the basics! Whatever it is that is keeping you stuck or that does not work for you anymore needs to be […]
New Patient Information
Frequently Asked Questions
I am so glad you are dedicated to getting the most out of your sessions. Your active participation and dedication is crucial to your success.
Here you will find the newest and most up to date new articles in the field of counseling and psychotherapy. Sources from Psychcentral covering anxiety and depression.