It might feel like constant worries that sit in the back of your mind. Or like a knot in the base of your stomach. It may be bad enough that it keeps you from engaging in the activities of daily life.
Or it may be more subtle – you may be able to get work done, engage in social situations, and appear outwardly like everything is fine. But inside, you worry – you procrastinate because of the fear of failure, or you avoid certain situations so that you can invest the energy that you do have into the ones that are less uncertain.
Anxiety can appear crippling, or it can leave you appearing well-rounded and accomplished. Underneath the appearances, though, you know that something is not right. And opening up about it seems as daunting as the anxiety itself.
Feeling more confident, less rushed, and able to relax is possible! I can help you find the source(s) of your anxiety, and develop new tools to work through it, channel it, and improve your life.
The difference between living and feeling alive, is using your fear as fuel to fly.India Arie
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please contact me for support:
- Intrusive, negative or worried thoughts
- A feeling of restlessness or being “on edge”
- Being easily fatigued
- Difficulty concentrating
- Physical tension
- Sleep disturbance (lack of or fitful, unsatisfying sleep)