The alarm system in your body won’t stop ringing.

Your mind keeps racing, and it’s getting hard to breathe. There’s this feeling of apprehension that you cannot shake.

Feeling overwhelmed makes you want to disappear. And you’re getting tired of this always happening. Your behavior is embarrassing and affects your work, relationships, and sense of purpose.

Or maybe the low-grade hum of worry has been there for a long time. You’ve come to believe that everyone must feel this way and ,“This is just how things are.”

You’re coping the best ways you know how.

Avoiding people, places, and things that worry you has been your best solution.

Distractions like overworking, excessive exercise, and self-medicating work for a little while but are temporary. None of it works that well, anyway.

Constant anxiousness makes you shut down and become detached and exhausted.

Something is not right, but you have no idea how to fix it.

The increased heart rate, nausea, and feeling faint are signs that your body is trying to tell you something.

You can’t turn off your thoughts at night and can’t sleep no matter how hard you try.

It is difficult to concentrate, and the worrying is becoming uncontrollable.

Dealing with the stress can make you take it out on the ones you love – making it hard to have meaningful relationships.

Anxiety is not just a panic attack.

Anxiety can look like chronic worry, social anxiety, dread, apprehension, stress, or unease.

It can also feel like uncontrollable nausea or discouraging gut issues like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) that doctors just can’t figure out.

If prolonged, anxiety interferes with your life – physically and emotionally.

The good news is this: recognizing that you have a problem is the first step toward healing.

“Nothing can be changed until it is faced.”
– James Baldwin

Let’s discover why your internal alarm is going off.

We’ll connect your past to your present, so you can stop fearing the future.

You’ll learn how your brain is the boss of your body, and you’ll put it back in charge. You have the power to change the way you think, feel, and behave. And I’ll show you how.

You’ll heal and move forward – being fully grounded and confident. You can restore your overall well-being and life satisfaction. It will take work, but it’s worth it.

It only takes a phone call to begin. Book a free consultation with me now at (512) 766-5695.