Everyone feels anxiety from time to time. You may have a big project due at work and feel anxious that time is running out and you are not done, or you may be having 20 people over for a holiday and feel anxious because you have never cooked for over 20 people at one time. Anxiety is a standard response in those situations.
If you find yourself unable to do typical everyday tasks and are obsessing over an incident or reaction to a statement, or feel your heart pounding all the time, then your anxiety has become an anxiety disorder. Stress is manageable; you need to learn the best mental techniques to deal with the feeling. If you are experiencing these symptoms and feel stressed out, contact the therapists at Counseling Works in Plainfield for Anxiety Counseling.
In addition to anxiety counseling, you can make some changes to your lifestyle that will help you reduce anxiety. For instance, physical exercise and mental mindfulness can play a significant role in lowering anxious feelings because you are moving your body and changing how you perceive the world. Here are a few tips to help you reduce your symptoms of anxiety disorders, such as:
Now that you know a few techniques that will reduce your anxiety before it becomes unmanageable, be sure to follow up with expert anxiety counseling with the Plainfield counselors at Counseling Works. We have helped many area residents move forward with their lives and reduce their anxiety.
To find out more about our anxiety counseling services in Plainfield, please feel free to send us a message using the intake form on our website, or call us directly at 630-281-4296. Our trained therapists will help you overcome your anxiety symptoms with anxiety counseling.
Let’s Find the Bright Side of COVID-19 Together
We know that there is a lot of stress related to COVID-19. On the national and local levels, there is a great deal of uncertainty, misinformation, and fear. It’s no surprise that many people are at home now really taking a closer look at their lives – the good, the bad, and the ugly. If you finally have the time to get to know yourself and make progress, we’re here to walk with you on that journey.
If you’re experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, or an increased sense of overwhelm during this time, know that you’re not alone. Counseling Works is here to support our communities through this time – We are currently accepting new clients, and for your safety and ours, we’re adjusting our scheduling to offer online therapy sessions to ensure we provide continuous service and support in the healthiest setting.
Our number one priority remains offering support for clients and our communities. From March 30th to April 7th, we are exclusively offering Telehealth counseling sessions (virtual online appointments). If you would like to schedule a visit, you can reach us via:
· Phone (630) 281-2496
· Email firstname.lastname@example.org