Living with anxiety can feel overwhelming, but you don't have to face it alone. Our anxiety therapy service provides personalized support and guidance to help you manage symptoms, build coping skills, and improve your overall well-being. We're here to listen, offer practical solutions, and help you find relief from the burden of anxiety.
Do I need therapy for anxiety?
Anxiety is a motivational emotional response to fear and stress, and some anxiety is actually quite helpful. For example, you might feel anxious about being fired for showing up late for work, and so your anxiety motivates you to get there on time.
However, many people struggle with unhelpful, unhealthy levels of anxiety, which can look like: Racing thoughts, Persistent and excessive worry, Worrying about everything, Difficulty controlling the worry, Restlessness , Fatigue, Difficulty focusing, Irritability, Muscle tension, Sleep issues, and Panic attacks.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Therapy for anxiety can help you confront your fears, cope in healthy ways, and enjoy a life of wellness.
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Depression can take a heavy toll on your life, affecting your energy levels, relationships, and overall quality of life. Our depression therapy service is tailored to your unique needs, providing a compassionate and non-judgmental environment where you can explore your thoughts and feelings, develop effective coping mechanisms, and regain control of your life. Our experienced therapists are dedicated to helping you find the support and guidance you need to overcome depression and live a fulfilling life.
Do I need therapy for depression?
According to the CDC, depression is the leading cause of disability In the US for ages 15-44. So many people go undiagnosed, are unable to access treatment, and or try to numb out their symptoms with alcohol, food, or drugs.
People who live in big cities are particularly at risk due to the strain of living in such a big city – the fast pace, the high cost of living, the isolation, you name it. Despite being surrounded by millions of people, so many of us feel alone and isolated.
Trauma can have a profound and lasting impact on a person’s life, making it difficult to function and thrive.
Trauma can come from anywhere, and not all causes of trauma affect everyone the same way.
Some of the most common causes include: Sexual assault, Physical assault, Childhood abuse (sexual, physical, emotional), Experiencing or witnessing domestic violence, Car accidents, Death of a loved one, Serious medical complications, Military combat, Surviving torture, Religious trauma and spiritual distress, or even witnessing one of these things happening to someone else.
Much like throwing a stone into still water, the initial shock sends ripples out that affect other parts of life. Posttraumatic stress affects your entire person, derails your ability to trust others, negatively affects your capacity to manage your emotions, and affects your capacity to function and be happy.
Recovering from trauma is a unique and personal journey. Let’s Talk team of diverse and experienced therapists help individuals from all walks of life to heal from a variety of traumatic experiences, including those related to generational patterns, race, gender, sexuality, and more.
Let us guide you on your journey toward healing, resilience, and a brighter future.
Losing a loved one can be one of life’s most difficult experiences, leaving you feeling lost, overwhelmed, and alone.
Do I need Grief Therapy?
Grief is a normal, healthy response to loss.
We feel hurt, sad, afraid, and lonely when we lose someone because of how much we cared about them. Everyone experiences grief in their own way – some will feel the pain of grief for a few days, some for a few months, and others will continue to grieve for years.
Sometimes the grieving process is delayed. The feelings of loss may not set in for a period of time, only to emerge once our caretaking responsibilities have ended.
In some cases, grief can happen around other types of loss. The loss of one’s health, loss of career or educational opportunity, loss of a role (e.g., being a parent), and so forth. We might grieve the life we once had and the future we looked forward to having.
No matter what brought about your grief, and no matter how long you’ve been struggling with the loss, therapy can help – especially if the grief process has become unhealthy or dysfunctional. Some common indicators of potentially unhealthy grief might include:
Our therapy service for grief and loss is designed to provide a safe and compassionate space where you can process your emotions, find meaning and purpose in your loss, and develop effective coping strategies to navigate your grief journey.
We’re here to support you every step of the way as you heal and begin to find hope and peace again.