Has your productivity or social life suffered because you have a constant worry that does not go away and worsens over time?

Do you find yourself anticipating catastrophe and worrying excessively about many things such as health, money or work to more routine concerns such as car repairs or appointments.

Do you often find yourself questioning and doubting everything in your life?

Do you have frequent feeling of fatigue, irritability, sleep problems and difficulty focusing on things?

 

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Experiencing a little anxiousness, fear, and worry are all normal human experiences. Research has proven that a little anxiety\worry can aid in our survival. Most of us feel some nervousness before a big work presentation, job interview, or before making a very important decision. The trouble comes when that little worry becomes crippling, extreme, and/or persistent anxiety.

Anxiety is very prevalent in today's society. It affects more than 40 million Americans.  Anxiety impacts the way you think and your overall outlook on life.

Our trained professionals are experts at providing interventions to help address the adverse social and emotional impacts of anxiety on your job performance, school work, and/or relationships. We also help individuals alleviate the tense, uncomfortable physical sensations such as trembling, sweating, a racing heartbeat, nausea, and difficulty breathing. Let the Lartey Wellness Group help you manage your anxiety so that you regain control of your life.

Benefits of Anxiety Counseling At The Lartey Wellness Group Include:


  • Develop a clearer understanding of your anxiety by exploring the nature and experience of your anxiety symptoms. We equip you with the skills to learn how to better observe, record, and report anxiety-related triggers, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

  • Work collaboratively with you to develop a custom treatment plan that will identify concrete skills and techniques to address your unique anxiety symptoms.

  • Empower you to identify and change the thought patterns that contribute to your anxiety symptoms to help reduce the likelihood and intensity of your anxiety.

  • Provide you with the tools to tolerate uncertainty. Studies have shown that intolerance of uncertainty is a key factor in anxiety and depression. We teach you how to tolerate uncertainty, which will allow you to stop; 1) avoiding situations, 2) procrastinating, 3) constantly seeking reassurance, 4) delaying taking action, and 5) excessive checking.

  • Increase your ability to help you manage your emotions, so that you do not become easily overwhelmed by them and controlled by your negative reactions to unpleasant feelings and situations.

  • Improve your productivity by teaching you healthier more effective ways to cope with your anxiety so that you can confront, not avoid situations or experiences that make you anxious. Avoidance can usually feed the anxiety, whereas our confrontation techniques will help reduce your anxiety.