Therapy for Anxiety

Anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress, alerting us to imminent dangers or threats. Yet this innate desire to protect ourselves can become disproportionately heightened. Worry over future events, or the desire to predict and control what might be, can distract us from the present and often become debilitating. Anxious thoughts and behaviors can disrupt our routines and interfere with daily life.


Are you overwhelmed by intrusive thoughts and persistent worry?

Do feelings of impending doom overshadow your ability to be present?

Does your fear of negative evaluation by others isolate you?

Do these feelings distract you, resulting in restlessness or difficulty sleeping?

Anxiety can present itself in many ways including the following:

  • Persistent worry
  • Intrusive thoughts
  • Feelings of impending doom
  • Easily overwhelmed
  • Restlessness or difficulty sleeping
  • Fear of negative evaluation by others
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Increased heart rate or palpitations

Do these symptoms disrupt your routine or interfere with your daily life?


Together, in a safe, nurturing environment, we will use grounding work to bring you back to the present. Once we recognize the body’s emotional and physical cues of anxiety, we can employ a variety of therapeutic techniques to direct you away from the intrusive thoughts and break negative patterns. You will learn strategies to create an “off switch” to your disruptive thoughts and bring you back to a place of healthy engagement with the world.