Reducing Anxiety

We are hard-wired to sense and flee from or fight danger. Our brains say, “danger, danger” in the face of threats. That is for self-preservation. Sometimes, however, brains say “danger, danger” when that response is unwarranted in the situation. Our brains are in overdrive. Anxious persons can’t seem to stop worrying; they feel panicky and/or overwhelmed. Other symptoms of anxiety include feeling dizzy, headaches, and nausea.

Through counseling, persons can identify anxiety triggers learn strategies to reduce anxious reactions.

Disclaimer: Information provided on these pages is general in nature and should not be used in place of individual counseling.