Anxiety is an emotion that everyone experiences characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts or physical changes like increased blood pressure. Children and adults experience anxiety on a daily basis. A low level of anxiety can actually be helpful at times because it heightens our alertness and signals that we need to take action. However, high levels can interfere with social, personal and academic or work performance.
With personalized anxiety treatment from CNLD Testing & Therapy, you can learn how to cope with anxiety symptoms, minimize feelings of anxiety, and use anxiety as a tool for productivity.
- Find Coping Strategies That Suit Your Lifestyle, Personality and Experiences
- Pinpoint the Root Cause of Your Anxiety and Learn How to Address It
- Recognize Negative Thought Patterns That Contribute to Anxiety and Depression
- Work on Grounding Techniques and Other Tools for Panic Attacks
- Process Anxious Feelings with Guidance from an Experienced, Compassionate Therapist
- Understand Your Anxiety Triggers – Where They Come from and How to React to Them
- Reduce Your Overall Feelings of Anxiety and the Frequency of Anxiety Attacks
To learn more about anxiety treatment or to schedule an appointment for anxiety therapy, contact CNLD Testing & Therapy at (734) 994-9466.
Proven Solutions for Different Types of Anxiety
Excessive anxiety or worry can interfere with you or your child’s ability to take action to problem solve, or it can impact thinking and physical reactions. The way anxiety impacts your life depends on the type of anxiety you’re experiencing, along with other factors influencing your mental health. There are several kinds of anxiety disorders, such as:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder – The most common form of anxiety, affecting nearly 7 million adults in the U.S.
- Panic Disorder – Characterized by reoccurring panic attacks, often without noticeable triggers
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) – Preoccupying thoughts and repeat behaviors, as illustrated in the TV show Monk
- Social Anxiety (Agoraphobia) – Fear of crowds, public spaces, or social gatherings
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – A type of anxiety that occurs after a traumatic event, such as a car accident, sudden loss of a loved one, combat experience, or physical assault
At CNLD Testing & Therapy, we help you to understand the different ways anxiety can impact your life and then find proactive solutions to address these effects. Solutions include addressing your anxious thoughts, calming the physical side effects of anxiety, and working through anxious behaviors, such as restlessness or rituals. Essentially, these aspects of anxiety feed off each other and keep you stuck in a perpetual state of worry. Our compassionate therapists can help you to understand and manage your anxiety by developing effective solutions to free you up from worry. CNLD Testing and Therapy’s experienced and skilled team of therapists are ready to help you or your child.