Anxiety is typically described as a feeling of worry about an event; whether it was something that already happened, something that’s going to happen, or something that may / may not happen at all.
Anxiety disorders are often coupled with sleeplessness, depression, panic attacks, racing thoughts, headaches or other physical issues.
Anxiety counseling focuses on identifying the things making you feel stressed & to help you change the way you think about & experience the challenges of life.
During counseling, you learn effective ways to cope with the things worrying you.
The good news is that anxiety disorders are manageable, and counselors have a plethora of tools to help you lessen the impact of anxiety. You do not have to live with fear and anxiety. There are ways to handle these emotions that can set you free.
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