Stop Anxiety from stopping you. Anxiety affects about 40 million American adults each year and can show up in a variety of ways like heart pounding, worries and fears, feeling "not good enough", or panic. What is it doing to your life, your relationships, your sleep, health, work, and ability to pursue things that are important to you?
Many professionals experience "high functioning anxiety". While some people are frozen by anxiety, many of us tend to be driven by it. When your anxiety is “high-functioning,” the symptoms are masked in overthinking, over-performing, and overdoing. If anxiety interferes with your daily life, whatever that is for you, we can create a plan to help you build the skills you need to address your anxiety.
Being depressed often feels like carrying a very heavy burden. Depression looks a little different in different people. One person may struggle to get out of bed, while another might be able to go to work without co-workers noticing that she's depressed. You may feel "sad" or "empty," or cry frequently or lost interest in things that you once enjoyed. You can experience difficulty with sleep or concentrating, appetite, fatigue or feelings of worthlessness, but you are not alone in this struggle. Millions of Americans suffer from some form of depression every year. Depression is almost twice as likely to affect women than men and can have different contributing causes in women. The good news is, depression is treatable.