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Anxiety Therapists

More About Anxiety Below

Seeing a mental health therapist has numerous benefits for individuals struggling with symptoms of anxiety.  First here are a few things that fall under "anxiety" or are anxiety-related where our Anxiety Therapists specialize in:

  • Anxiety Attacks

  • Dating Anxiety

  • General Anxiety

  • Panic Attacks

  • Perfectionism

  • Phobias, Fears, Agoraphobia

  • Social Anxiety

Some of the key benefits of therapy include:

  • Improved coping skills: I will help you learn new ways to manage stress and anxiety, which can improve your ability to cope with difficult situations.

  • Increased self-awareness: In therapy, I will help you better understand your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, allowing you to identify patterns and triggers that may be contributing to your anxiety.

  • Enhanced communication skills: I will help you develop better communication skills, which can improve your relationships with others and reduce social anxiety.

  • Reduced symptoms of anxiety: You will learn techniques to reduce symptoms of anxiety, such as breathing exercises, mindfulness, and cognitive restructuring.

  • Improved overall mental health: I will help you address any underlying mental health issues, such as depression or trauma, that may be contributing to your anxiety.

  • Increased self-esteem: You feel more confident and positive about yourself, which can reduce feelings of anxiety and stress.

  • Improved quality of life: By reducing symptoms of anxiety and improving overall mental health, therapy can help you enjoy a better quality of life, with more fulfilling relationships, work, and social experiences.


Overall, anxiety and mental health therapy is a valuable tool if you are struggling with anxiety. It provides a safe and supportive space for individuals to explore their thoughts and emotions, and to learn new strategies for managing and overcoming their challenges.


Symptoms of anxiety may include:

  • Excessive worrying or fear

  • Feeling restless or on edge

  • Muscle tension or muscle aches

  • Sweating, trembling, or shaking

  • Increased/rapid heart rate or palpitations

  • Insomnia or difficulty sleeping

  • Irritability or agitation

  • Panic attacks or sudden episodes of intense fear

  • Avoidance of certain situations, people, or activities

  • Difficulty with decision-making

  • Self-doubt or negative self-talk

  • Feeling overwhelmed or out of control

  • Feeling nervous or tense

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • Feeling weak or tired

  • Feelings of impending doom or danger

  • Difficulty concentrating or focusing

  • Nausea or stomach upset

  • Dizziness or lightheadedness

  • Chest pain or discomfort

  • Feeling detached or disconnected from reality


It is important to note that not everyone experiences the same symptoms of anxiety, and individuals may experience different symptoms at different times or in different situations. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is recommended to seek professional help from a mental health provider.


Note: Symptoms and descriptions are listed to help you connect with the mental health services that work for you, for instance, this is listed as this is an area that Better Minds Counseling & Services serves and specializes in.  This is not meant for self-diagnosing.

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