Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health concerns in our society. They are often experienced as a complex set of emotional and functional challenges. With help, you can improve the dark moods, automatic negative and fearful thoughts and live your life more freely with renewed meaning and hope.
Depression is a common, serious illness and not a personal weakness. It is never a “normal” part of life, as it is a serious condition that can devastate your life, health and well-being. Depression is typically characterized by low energy, mood, and self-esteem.
Are you experiencing Signs of Depression?
I can help you overcome your feelings of worthlessness, gain a more positive outlook, analyze and deal with past regrets and feelings of guilt, increase your motivation and concentration, reconnect with friends and family, and look forward to and enjoy your life again.
Anxiety may be a normal reaction to stress, and it can serve as a prompt to deal with difficult situations. However, when anxiety becomes excessive, it may fall under the classification of an anxiety disorder. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America estimates that almost one out of five people suffer from an anxiety disorder, making it the most common mental disorder in the United States.
Anxiety disorder is characterized by emotional, physical, and behavioral symptoms that create an unpleasant feeling, typically described as uneasiness, fear, or worry. While generalized anxiety disorder is the most common, there are other anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, social and other types of phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Are you experiencing Signs of Anxiety?
I can help you lessen your stress, manage panic attacks, understand and alleviate your fears, reduce feelings of worry and learn effective problem-solving and coping techniques so you can break free from the hold of anxiety and live your life more fully.
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