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Anxiety therapy

Do you wish you could relax more, worry less and become the person you know you can be…or used to be?

Perhaps you’re experiencing a chronic sense of uneasiness or an inability to enjoy life like everyone else around you. Or maybe your anxiety is much more intrusive, preventing you from doing the things you used to do with ease like driving, flying, or being in crowded spaces. Your once full life is now closing in on you as you obsess over all the scary ‘what ifs’ that keep you from living in the present.

Anxiety therapy can help you reclaim your life.

Anxiety has become a constant companion for you and it is negatively affecting your work and/or relationships. On the outside, you may look like you have it all together, but inside you’re freaking out as you struggle to push away intrusive and scary sensations and thoughts. Any semblance of control feels like it’s slipping away. 

At this very moment, there are millions of men and women going through the exact same fears and uncomfortable sensations as you are.

The good news is that anxiety is treatable. You do not need to suffer in silence or feel that you have to figure it out on your own. Unfortunately, too many people delay anxiety treatment because, paradoxically, anxiety often makes reaching out for help feel too scary or overwhelming.

Whatever your situation may be, there’s one thing I want you to know. You are not alone. 

When you get started, you’ll realize it’s not.

Find peace of mind with anxiety therapy

Suffering from anxiety does not mean you’re broken, or a failure or about to lose your mind. It simply means you have new skills you need to learn. Skills that anxiety therapy can help you master that much more quickly.

Anxiety therapy
 may be a good fit for you if:

You feel like you’re ‘losing control’ and everything is slipping out of your grasp

Worry and stress are taking over your life and causing you to miss out on things you use to do

You’re avoiding people, new challenges and situations to prevent feeling overwhelmed or anxious

You over-think things and/or have difficulty making decisions

You constantly feel on edge and can’t seem to regain a sense of peace and calm

You find it hard to be present with yourself and others

Anxiety is negatively impacting your relationships, work or social encounters

Your over-anxious mind is keeping you from falling or staying asleep

The truth is, anxiety is not your enemy – even if it sometimes feels like it is! Instead, it’s more like an over-protective mother, wanting to keep you safe at every turn.

Taming the Anxiety Tiger with New Skills and Knowledge

As you’ve probably noticed, anxiety has a sneaky, insidious way of closing in on us and making our world seem smaller. It also has a way of eroding relationships. We’ll work to gain back all that you’ve lost, and more.

Together, we'll work on uncovering the circumstances and beliefs that have contributed to your anxious feelings. I’ll also help you to identify productive and unproductive thinking so you can stop anxious thoughts in their tracks, before they escalate.

To add to your skills, you’ll learn how to create a sense of safety and support in your body, understand triggers and new ways to work with them, how to sit with uncomfortable feelings, and more.

Befriending the nervous system is a crucial aspect of anxiety treatment

Sometimes, talk therapy and cognitive-behavioral approaches alone may not be sufficient to treat anxiety and additional approaches are required. Our work together will incorporate emotion-focused and somatic-based therapies so you can begin to walk through life feeling freer and more at peace in your own body.

Each session is designed to help your integrate new skills into your daily living. The goal of anxiety therapy is to establish or re-establish your relationship with anxiety so that it's in balance and working to your advantage, not against your happiness, relationships, and health.

How It Works

Our first step is to set up a convenient time to talk so that I can get an idea of your therapy needs and goals. During this complementary call, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about my approach. If we’re a good fit, we set up an initial session. If not, I’ll provide referrals to other therapist who may be a better match.


During our first online session, we’ll discuss the initial paperwork you filled out prior to our session and define some of the goals you’d like to achieve. By the end of this session, you’ll have a good sense of what online therapy feels like with me and we’ll be ready to start doing the transformative work that will improve your life.


Online sessions will be designed with your specific goals in mind. We will explore how your anxiety impacts your daily life and relationships and ways to help create a felt sense of safety and calm in your body. With the new knowledge and skills you develop during our time together, you’ll start feeling better and engaging in living life fully.


Frequently Asked Questions


If you’ve tried to manage your anxiety on your own and still haven’t found relief, working with a seasoned professional can help. While there is definitely a cost to therapy, there is an even greater cost to your life if you don’t address your anxiety as soon as possible. Please don’t suffer in silence or let your world close in on you. Whether you work with me or someone else, decide to make an investment which will pay back in dividends with your happiness, productivity, and health.


While medication can help ease the symptoms of anxiety, therapy can help get to the underlying cause as well as help alleviate symptoms. I don’t see either as being exclusive of the other, but I definitely see therapy as essential if you want to truly understand your anxiety and learn how to successfully manage it long-term.

I will work with you to determine the best path for your recovery, and I am happy to collaborate with your physician or psychiatrist for a truly holistic approach.


When you're dealing with anxiety, online therapy can offer some advantages over meeting in-person. First and foremost, the comfort of engaging in therapy from your own home can create a safe and secure environment. Being in familiar surroundings contributes to a sense of ease during sessions.

Convenience is another key benefit for someone with a busy schedule. You can have sessions at the office or at home, eliminating the stress of travel. This means you won't have to add another layer of pressure to your day, making it easier to integrate therapy seamlessly into your life.

Online therapy has proven to be just as effective as in-person therapy, ensuring that you can achieve meaningful progress regardless of the format. However, it's crucial to recognize that the choice between online and in-person therapy is a personal one. Trust your instincts to decide which feels more suitable for you. While online therapy provides these unique benefits, some individuals may find no substitute for the inperson therapeutic experience. Ultimately, it's about what feels right for you in your journey toward managing anxiety effectively.


Effectively treating anxiety involves a comprehensive approach that goes beyond merely addressing surface-level symptoms. While therapy may have offered some relief for your anxiety in the past, it could be worthwhile to reflect on whether the underlying root cause was thoroughly explored and addressed during those sessions.

Anxiety can stem from various sources, including unresolved trauma, limbic system dysfunction, nutritional deficiencies, infections, or toxicities. Understanding the underlying factors allows for a targeted and personalized approach to treatment. In my practice, I emphasize the importance of a thorough assessment to discern the root cause, enabling me to guide individuals towards the right specialists, if necessary.

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Still on the fence?

Let’s connect for a complimentary 20-minute consultation. There’s no commitment or obligation. I’ll answer any questions you have about the process and whether or not we might be a good fit to work together. You’re one step closer to feeling better and living life fully.

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