Austin Anxiety Therapy
Occasionally feeling stress is a normal part of life. However, sometimes these feelings become overwhelming, and interfere with your ability to function in everyday life. Anxiety disorders can appear in many different ways for many different reasons. Generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety are just a few of the ways that anxiety can present itself. You might be having difficulties at work, school, or in relationships because of this anxiety. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health disorders. If you are having trouble with anxiety or feel your anxiety is getting worse, the anxiety therapists at Austin Family Counseling can help.
How can therapy help?
Many anxiety disorders are highly treatable. Austin Family Counseling anxiety therapists will help you determine the root cause of your anxiety. AFC therapists can work with a wide variety of people, including children, adolescents, and adults who may be suffering from anxiety. We can work collaboratively with you and other specialists to find the treatment that is best for you. Our anxiety therapists offer many different types of therapy that can combat anxiety, including mindfulness based therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and progressive relaxation training. Through these methods, we can help you find coping skills that meet your individual needs.
Austin Therapists Specializing In Counseling For Anxiety
Ash Compton Email Ash
Sara Balkanli Email Sara
Sumayah Downey Email Sumayah
Monica Etter Email Monica
Ian Hammonds Email Ian
Catherine Mok Email Catherine
Claire Taylor Email Claire
Taylor Vest Email Taylor
Anxiety Therapy Resources
Anxiety and Depression Association of America
Generalized Anxiety Self Screening
Anxiety Self Screening
Child Anxiety Checklist
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