We may reach a point in our lives where what we perceive as stress rises past normal levels and begins to interfere with everyday life. If you are experiencing this type of uneasiness, you may be experiencing anxiety. Know that this is common and by taking the steps to care for yourself, you can learn to reduce your feelings of fear and nervousness. Morgan Center is the place to find a Boca Raton anxiety counselor who can help guide you through processing and handling these emotions.
Why do we Experience Anxiety?
There are many reasons we may feel anxiety. We can feel anxiety in varying degrees and in different ways. For these reasons, it can be difficult to identify whether what you are experiencing is in fact anxiety, let alone ascertain its exact cause. Learning about why you are feeling uneasiness is a good first step in learning to overcome it. Often a cause of anxiety is rooted in our past experiences. These may include past emotional or physical trauma that can be triggered today by an event in their personal or professional lives.
What Can I do to Stop My Anxiety?
Healing anxiety is a process. While there are numerous methods of self-help, including practical approaches to healing both our minds and our bodies, anxiety may be interfering with your personal or professional life. Sometimes, anxiety requires professional intervention.
How Can a Boca Raton Anxiety Counselor Help?
Anxiety manifests differently depending on the person. Morgan Center for Counseling and Wellbeing will tailors your individual counseling plan to best suit your needs. We begin with an introductory consultation. After one or two sessions, we agree on the best plan to help relieve anxiety. As an established Boca Raton anxiety counselor, we are trained in a variety of psychotherapy modalities to effectively assist you in achieving your mental health goals.
For example, we have had positive feedback using EMDR treatment. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing and refers to a method that is useful in treating past trauma and unprocessed memories. Client-centered therapy, on the other hand, deals with more current situations and emotions. Another form of treatment is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Using this approach we work with redirecting thoughts that can impact anxiety. We use a variety of methods, and will work to find the one that is best suited to your specific circumstances.
If you believe that unmanaged anxiety is impeding you from living your most fulfilled life, contact us to set up a consultation.