Anxiety Therapy in Bucks County, PA

Have Anxiety? We Can Help

If you’re like most of the people we help, you probably want to…

Everyone Experiences Anxiety

But Some Struggle More Than Others

Anxiety comes in a lot of varieties, and they all suck. Whether you feel anxious throughout the day, or if it seems to creep up on you randomly, talking to us is a great first step in helping you feel better.

Is it that simple? Not quite, but it is definitely possible.

Like any good therapy, working through anxiety can be hard. Because it can be a challenge, working with the right therapist for you is super important. You need to find someone you trust; someone you feel safe with; someone that will take your anxiety seriously.

Do I have “enough anxiety” to warrant anxiety therapy?

There is no such thing as needing a certain amount of anxiety to come to therapy. If you’re uncomfortable and want to work on feeling better, giving us a call and starting therapy is a smart choice. Afterall, if you’re on this site, it’s safe to say you know things need to change. It also means that you’re taking the first step to start feeling better…which is awesome.

Anxiety does a lot of pretty awful things to the body and brain. Some pretty common signs of anxiety are sweaty palms, racing thoughts, lying in bed at night unable to sleep, worrying, feeling overwhelmed, forgetting things, or knowing that your being irrational but not being able to stop. Give us a call and tell us what’s on your mind, let’s talk about how we can help you.

Figure out your anxiety & how anxiety counseling can help keep it from affecting your life.

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How Can Therapy help with Anxiety?

Together, we are going to figure out what is causing your anxiety. Not just when it happens, but we are going to address why it’s happening. We’re also going to work together to help you develop tools and skills that are not only effective, but also practical for your everyday life.

Together, we will figure out what does and doesn’t work for you so that you can get back to feeling comfortable and confident, no matter the situation you’re in.

Call us today to find out more about how you can make sure anxiety stops controlling you.

Don’t put this off – you’ve waited long enough to start feeling better. Through counseling for anxiety, you can learn techniques that can make a lasting difference.

Get In-Person or Online Therapy for Anxiety

Attend a therapy session in-person at our comfortable Bucks County office or a simple, secure, video call.

Frequently Asked Questions on Anxiety Therapy

Anxiety Therapy is counseling specifically designed to help individuals experiencing anxiety or panic attacks. Our trained and licensed therapists use a variety of specialized skills to help you overcome your anxiety so that you can live a fuller life.
Therapy for Anxiety works by you and your therapist coming together on a weekly basis to process your concerns, fears, anxiety, and worries. Together, you and your therapist will develop effective coping strategies that will help you navigate anxious moments in your day to day life. The two of you will also work together to better understand why certain events or situations make you anxious and how to stop them from negatively impacting you.
Anxiety Therapy is needed when you realize that you’ve been feeling more anxious than you’d like and that the anxiety or panic is impacting you more significantly than you want. Oftentimes, this can occur after a big life event or build up slowly over time.
The evidence-based therapy interventions we commonly use are play therapy, Cognitive-Behavior therapy, social skills instruction, and Mindfulness training as a means of helping your child work through troubling emotions or behaviors. The goal is to help children learn new strategies to manage emotions, thoughts, and relationships in a more effective way. Parents who take an active role in therapy learn how to help support their child in practicing these new, more effective ways of managing their emotions and communicating with others.

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