We don’t often think of a burden as a blessing, and anxiety can certainly feel like a burden. It’s also an opportunity. Rather than fighting against your anxiety, if you were to recognize it as a part of yourself, not something apart from yourself, you could work toward developing your whole self and a whole life, rather than staying mired in the half-a-life you feel like you’re living now.
We help you change your relationship with anxiety
Our team of experienced anxiety therapists are here to help you take a look at what’s underneath your anxiety and begin steps towards healing. We offer counseling for a variety of anxiety disorders including panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Our primary approach is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, an evidenced-based therapy shown to be successful in helping those who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma and substance use disorder. Other useful therapeutic approaches may be Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mind Body Bridging and Exposure Therapy.
Reconnect with yourself
Confronting anxiety can often make you feel disconnected. Creating reconnection first means recognizing all parts of yourself are worthy of connection. While some days you may feel connected to your uncertainty and self-doubt, other days you may feel more connected to your confidence and sense of trust. Our therapists provide safe, calm, and comfortable spaces to open up to all parts of yourselves. You can be free to share your thoughts, feelings, and express yourself as needed to address your anxiety and create a sense of safety.
Experienced anxiety therapists to help you
The therapists at Kaizen Center for Mental Health have many years of experience dealing with and treating a variety of anxiety disorders. Our team of counselors specialize in working with men, women and youth from a variety of different backgrounds and experiences to ensure you have a welcoming space for your journey of healing. You and your therapist will work together to find the best treatment plan for you.
Schedule an appointment and start healing today
You don’t have to try to manage your anxiety alone. Schedule an appointment with the experienced therapist of your choice and start your journey to health and healing.
- The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety
- The Happiness Trap: book along with free videos, worksheets & other resources for anxiety and depression
- Lost Connections: book with resources for anxiety and depression
- Atomic Habits: book/website for help with changing and keeping habits going
- Sleep Hygiene
- Nutrient Dense Food
- Exercise guidelines
- Wisdom/contemplative books/resources
- Psychiatric medication screening: The Lotus Center