Anxiety Therapy Washington DC

Anxiety is one of the most common challenges that people face. Therapy is a highly effective way to help you feel better.

FIND CALM & LESS STRESS WITH AN ANXIETY THERAPIST NEAR ME

Our goal is to help you develop the resourcefulness to face any of life’s challenges.

 

Everyone feels anxiety from time to time.

Sometimes excessive fear, dread, or worry become an unwanted part of your daily life. When the tension doesn’t go away, and you can’t stop going over and over and over things in your mind, our therapists in DC can help.

Break the Cycle of Anxiety

People describe anxiety in many different ways. It can range from constant low-level tension, to intrusive distress, to full blown panic. The frustrating part is that the more you try to figure it out yourself the more stressed out and anxious you feel.  Working with us to receive anxiety therapy can help you break the vicious cycle.

Finding Peace and Relief

There’s usually two components to anxiety — a racing mind that never seems to tire of worrying, and feeling physically tense, wound up, and jumpy. We understand how exhausting and painful it can be, and our DC therapists will help you find peace and calm.

Our anxiety treatment aims to do these things for you:

  • Improve how you feel by helping you experience less stress and more calm in your day-to-day life.
  • Collaborate with you to understand what’s going on under the surface that’s driving your anxiety.
  • Use your enhanced understanding of yourself to build a sense of resilience and confidence to effectively deal with any new anxious moments.

Our goal is to collaborate with you to get you to a great place in life. It may be hard to believe now, but when you find the right therapist in DC to address your anxiety you’ll get to place where life feels calm, and you have the resourcefulness to face any of life’s challenges.



Talk therapy can significantly help anxiety and help you to understand what causes you to feel anxious in the first place.

Therapy Group of DC

40 million

That's how many Americans struggle with anxiety during any 1-year period according to the National Institute of Mental Health.