What We Treat
Anxiety is a broad term that covers a spectrum of stressors.
Many factors can contribute to anxiety, including chronic stress, major life events, certain medical conditions, past trauma, or genetics.
The Root Causes
The causes are not fully known, but many factors can contribute to anxiety, including chronic stress, major life events, certain medical conditions (such as diabetes or depression), past trauma, or genetics.
Our therapists are trained to help you understand when your “worry” thoughts are intrusive or unhelpful, identify skills to cope with situations that you fear, and increase your mindfulness and acceptance of anxiety.
We Can Help.
We use a variety of therapeutic techniques to combat anxiety disorders, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and ACT. Safe exposure work to situations that activate anxious responses may be part of your therapeutic journey to expand your emotional tolerance and change your relationship with anxiety.