The Freedom You Need
Does it ever feel like your life is spiraling out of control? Does it come from a place where you’re afraid of losing that control, or maybe afraid if you give it up that everything will fall apart?
There’s a big difference in feeling a little nervous and feeling totally helpless, worthless and absolutely out of control. Feeling worried about a big event in your life is very different from feeling terrified of every event. If you’re experiencing these feelings, counseling for anxiety can help.
These Feelings Don’t Have to Continue
You don’t have to continue living with these feelings from things like:
- How you look
- Relationship issues
- What other people think
- Fear about the future
- Growing old or being alone
- Fears that seem “irrational” to everybody else
Is Something Wrong with Me?
Fear and anxiety are normal emotions, but sometimes they get out of control and cause trouble in our lives and relationships. And just because you struggle with anxiety, it doesn’t mean you don’t have enough faith. Anxiety disorders are unfortunately very prevalent in our society.
What to expect
Being nervous about visiting a therapist’s office is a pretty common feeling. It can be terrifying to sit down in front of a stranger and talk about the things in your life that are causing you trouble. We completely understand that this is a scary process. Searching and finding this website was probably a difficult step, but you’re on the right path. Counseling is not a dirty word. If your goal is getting better, and finding peace in life again, you’ve successfully taken the first step.
Getting here is half the battle. After working up the nerve to even start searching for help, now you’re faced with what to do next: Do I keep looking around? Do I set up an appointment? Do I really even need help? These are all questions that many people have asked.
When you come here, you’ll find a peaceful and judgement-free zone. Our offices are where people have talked about the good, the bad, and the ugly. Some people have made mistakes, and they’re trying to figure out how to fix them. Others have been through really traumatic experiences and are learning how to process those things so they can move forward. Others are struggling with grief and just want to feel “okay” again. No matter the situation, you’ll be in a safe place to share what’s on your heart.