MindWell Psychology offers specialized counseling for:
- Generalized anxiety
- Social anxiety
- Performance/ achievement anxiety
- Specific phobia
- Anxiety related to OCD, PTSD, eating disorder, and panic disorder
- Anxiety caused by life transitions
- Anxiety caused by an excessive need for control or lack of perceived control
- Anxiety related to interpersonal conflict (individual, family, or couples therapy)
- Anxiety related to another medical condition
- Anxiety related to social media
- Atypical anxiety
Anxiety is associated with a wide range of emotions, ranging from alertness to feeling persistent worry and a lack of energy. Physical symptoms and racing thoughts can interfere with our sleep and reduce our ability to connect with others. Anxiety can be contextual and stress-induced or unrelated to any particular event. While a basic fight-or-flight response is an appropriate reaction to emergency situations, exposure to chronic stress has negative effects on the brain and body. Stress triggers the release of cortisol and adrenaline, two hormones that in excess worsen anxiety and cause a cascade of reactions that negatively affect the body’s immune system and mental functioning. An overworked immune system will no longer provide proper protection against inflammation in the body.
Anxiety Focus Group
Adjusting to life transitions poses great challenges for our inner balance. Whether you are recovering from negative life events or seek to combat generalized anxiety, our skill-based focus group offers support. Each session teaches the use of specific evidence-based strategies that reduce anxiety and promote resilience. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the MindWell Psychology Anxiety Focus Group.
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