Anxiety is hard to ignore – that’s why they call it a loud symptom. When we feel anxious it becomes difficult to focus on anything other than what is concerning us. It can even become difficult to pay attention to anything other than the symptoms of anxiety itself - the racing thoughts, the pounding heart, the churning stomach, the constant refrain of “what if?” We’ve all experienced it. But what about when anxiety is a daily companion, taking away the color and enjoyment from our lives? Sometimes it can be focused on a single area (like social situations or a specific phobia) or it can jump from one subject to the next. The good news is that you can feel better.
I work with people to help with immediate symptom relief as well as learning to deal with underlying beliefs and habits that aren’t working for you.
I can help you to stop letting anxiety stop you.