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Anxiety frequently presents with a flurry of uncomfortable sensations in the body. Anxiety often seems to come on suddenly with no obvious trigger and can feel uncontrollable. Here are some of the more commonly reported symptoms of anxiety:

  • Excessive worry and overthinking

  • Jitteriness, irritability, stomach problems

  • Heart palpitations, tingling or numbness

  • Shortness of breath, difficulty focusing

  • Trouble sleeping

  • Sweating, avoiding change

  • Dizziness

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Not all anxiety is experienced in the same way for everyone. There are different forms of anxiety, with each requiring a varied approach. If you've discussed your symptoms with your family doctor, they may have explored some of the following types of anxiety you could be experiencing:

  • Generalized Anxiety

  • Panic Attacks

  • Social Anxiety

  • Fears and Phobias

  • Post-Traumatic Stress

  • Obsessions (including intrusive thoughts and overthinking)

  • Health or Relationship Anxiety

  • Performance or Test Anxiety

A few common coping strategies that people use to manage their anxiety include: avoidance, accommodating or pleasing others, a need to control things and people and seeking reassurance. Therapy can help dial down your reliance on these coping strategies, manage any challenge or problem that comes your way and become your most authentic self.

While worry and anxiety are completely normal human responses to perceived threats and dangers in our environment, chronic anxiety can be profoundly debilitating, robbing you of the quality of life deserved. You deserve to let your radiance shine, embracing the confident person you've always aspired to become. It’s time to let the world see it too! So, how do we get there?

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The Path Forward

The good news is you can feel better and start to overcome your symptoms of anxiety in a short period of time. Together, we will co-create a supportive path forward and uncover your underlying core beliefs that are contributing to your anxiety. Research shows that Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is one of the most effective treatment modalities for anxiety. Using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, together, we will:

  • Explore your symptoms and core beliefs about yourself

  • Work on here and now problems affecting your every day life

  • Identify the triggers that tend to cause and maintain your anxiety

  • Practice evidence-based techniques and strategies that are proven to help reduce your anxiety

  • Learn how to take an active role in improving your mood and outlook in the moment

  • Reduce occurrences of anxiety now and in the future so you can feel more confident

I'm here to help you become more adaptive, resilient and improve your self-confidence in the face of life’s challenges. I look forward to supporting you on your healing journey.

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