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- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Social Anxiety
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Disorder
- Panic Disorder
Feeling anxious is a perfectly normal human experience. Believe it or not, feeling anxious actually helps you to become more alert and responsive to the environment. On the other hand, feeling fear is also a healthy human response. Fear is a form of true body alarm which sends signals to our bodies to protect ourselves from imminent danger.
The moment when someone is constantly nervous, fearful, apprehensive and worried. A mild anxiety disorder can make you feel restless and unsettled whereas a severe anxiety disorder can become a debilitating condition so much so that the individual is afraid to even step outside their home. As a general rule, anxiety is considered troublesome if it interferes with your day-to-day function.
It is an intense fear response when there is no danger. The attack is an intense brief episode of fear or uneasiness that you might perceive as dangerous but other people will not be afraid of. Some of the symptoms include a racing heartbeat, trembling, sweaty hands, shortness of breath, lightheadedness and/or fear of dying.
Social Anxiety characterized by overwhelming anxiety and excessive self-consciousness in everyday social situations. People with social Anxiety have a persistent, intense, and chronic fear of being watched and judged by others and of being embarrassed or humiliated by their own actions. People with social anxiety are not just a little nervous. Their lives are dictated by the need to either avoid certain situations or endure them with extreme anxiety.
It is very important to remember that everyone’s situation is different. The amount of time it might take you to recover from anxiety can be very different for someone else. During our first session, we will discuss:
- when did the anxiety develop?
- what are your symptoms?
- how are you coping with them now?
- what worked in the past?
- have you received any life coaching for this before?
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: CBT is the only proven (researched) counseling approach to have a lasting impact on empowering people to overcome anxiety; CBT helps rewire the brain to be more balanced in rational thinking and proactive behavior.
- Desensitization Process: This is a process by which you will slowly make those fearful situations less anxiety-provoking by getting you to face them slowly and steadily.
Life Coaching Sessions: These sessions are utilized in conjunction with CBT to build new thought patterns and instill the confidence you need within you.
To schedule a session for anxiety life coaching, click on the button below, make the necessary payment and schedule a session. This will be a 40-minute session with me where I will understand how your anxiety developed and let you know how we can proceed further by utilizing my tailor-made program for you.