Anxiety Treatment Worry Less, Live More
Worry is a natural part of being a human, but carrying that stress around day after day can disrupt our work, our relationships, and our inner peace. Understanding how our emotions impact our fears and worries can be enormously beneficial in disrupting the patterns of anxiety and help us feel more in control of our lives.
You're Not Overreacting When Normal Stressors Become Chronic Anxiety
Anxiety comes in many forms, but it can be crippling if you don't have the tools to understand and deal with it. Using emotionally focused therapy in anxiety treatment can be enormously beneficial in regaining control over dysregulated emotions:
Identify Anxiety Triggers
Understand & Accept the Body's Response to Triggers
Restructure Emotional Responses to Triggers
Pinpoint & Analyze Unmet Emotional Needs
Establish Positive Response Patterns
Symptoms of Anxiety When to Seek Help
Anxiety is not a one-size-fits-all diagnosis. It can be temporary, and it can be chronic. It can be generalized or regarding a very specific trigger. Learn the warning signs and seek help if you are experiencing these symptoms:
Tightness in the Chest
Inability to Concentrate
Feelings of Dread
Louise—Anxiety Treatment using EFT
Frequently Asked Questions About Therapy-Based Anxiety Treatment
Seeking help for your anxiety shouldn't give you more anxiety. Check out our FAQ and please get in touch with us if you have additional questions.
Your first session will be a deep dive into your reasons for seeking therapy. We'll talk about the issues you're currently facing, what you've done in the past, and what your goals are going forward. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions and take an active part in planning the path for future sessions.
There are dozens of therapy styles in practice today. The biggest difference between emotionally focused therapy (EFT) and methods like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is that EFT seeks to work with your emotions, not against them. The goal of EFT is emotional intelligence, and learning to use your emotions in a positive and constructive way in dealing with life's challenges.
Our office is staffed by licensed psychologists and our practice is based in emotionally focused talk therapy. We do not prescribe any anti-depressant or anti-anxiety medications, but we are happy to coordinate care with your general practitioner or psychiatrist.