Stress and Anxiety

Stress and Anxiety

Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or worry too much?

  • Do you wake up feeling tired?
  • Are you short-tempered at home feeling like you have nothing else to give?”
  • Do you avoid making plans with friends and family because you don’t know how you’ll feel?
  • Do you feel like you aren’t functioning at 100%?

When stress, anxiety, and other emotions become overwhelming, it is easy to feel stuck, unmotivated, and even angry.

You fill many roles to many people, such as spouse, partner, parent, family member, professional, supervisor, employee, friend, volunteer, and advocate. It’s easy to become overwhelmed as you are pulled in all different directions in your multiple roles. Taking time for yourself feels like an unattainable goal. You may fear therapy will be uncomfortable, focus too much on feelings, or expose vulnerabilities.

You may think you will be viewed as weak or failing if you seek help. Many people depend on you for leadership, strength, support, and companionship. You have it together, you persevere, and you will not fail, right? These are normal beliefs for someone who is strong willed, motivated, and value achievement. You have a strong foundation built inside of you already. Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness. Asking for help is a sign of courage and strength.

Seeking therapy is a good thing. You have already taken the first step to self-improvement by visiting our website. This is the most difficult step, recognizing you don’t want to do it alone anymore. We are here to help you put the oxygen mask on yourself first so you can be at 100% in your many roles and functions. You will develop skills to manage your stress and other emotions. You will learn to recognize thoughts that contribute to stress and emotions. Thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are intertwined directing each other. The ability to manage your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors opens opportunity for you to focus, prioritize, and accomplish. You empower yourself through healing and finding balance.

Common Concerns About Therapy

What if people find out I am going to therapy and judge me? Seeking therapy is a sign of strength, and is to be commended. You have the ability to be a role model to others who may experience the same struggles as you. Your willingness to seek support could inspire them.

What if a client sees me entering your office? We share an office building with a Chiropractor. So others would not know which service you are here for. We also offer telehealth with online and telephonic sessions to meet your privacy and scheduling needs.

How can I find time for therapy when I am already overwhelmed and behind in other responsibilities? You must put the oxygen mask on yourself first before you are able to care for others. You are investing in yourself. Making time for therapy sessions feels like giving your mind, body, and spirit an overhaul. You need to clean the gunk out so you can run like new.

You can manage your stress, anxiety, and other emotions and find time for yourself and your obligations so that you can feel balanced, happy, and ready to achieve. Call today to schedule your initial consultation, and take the next step to a happier, healthier you.