Typical symptoms for anxiety are worry, stress, panic, irritability, and includes physical symptoms such as upset stomach, shakiness, pound or rapid heart, difficulties falling asleep, and challenges staying awake.Symptoms for anxiety can be very similar or even tied to depression. If these symptoms are occurring every day for more than 2 weeks, we would encourage you to contact Foundations Counseling as soon as possible.

Effective treatment by our team at Foundation Counseling helps you learn how to control your anxiety so it doesn’t control you. The type of treatment will depend on the type of anxiety you’re experiencing. Where symptoms of anxiety are moderate to severe, psychological or medical treatments (if required) may be necessary. With proper therapeutic counseling, we do try to evade the use of medications.

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Benefits of Therapy

Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a structured psychological treatment by a counselor which recognizes that the way we think (cognition) and act (behavior) affects the way we feel. CBT involves working with a professional therapist at Foundations Counseling to identify thought and behavior patterns that are either making you more likely to become anxious, or stopping you from getting better when you’re experiencing anxiety.

Once we have recognized any unhelpful patterns that are contributing to your anxiety, we can make changes to replace these with new ones that reduce anxiety and improve your coping skills.

Only some of the techniques we may employ to treat anxiety encourage you to recognize the difference between productive and unproductive worries. We work with you to teach you how to let go and solve problems instead. Additionally, facing triggering experiences can help you cope with fearful situations rather than avoiding or escaping them, as well as putting your worry about the situation into perspective.

If you may be experiencing symptoms caused by anxiety or for more information about how we treat anxiety, please contact Foundations Counseling today.

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