People with certain types of anxiety often feel that they are able to cope with the disorder or even think that it is normal to have a certain fear.
It is normal to feel some anxiety in difficult times or stress. Exposure to a small amount of anxiety is useful and sometimes considered healthy. It is a way for our bodies to cope and get rid of some of life’s pressures to maintain the safety and health of our psychological life.
However, some people may suffer from excessive anxiety and persistent fears in some daily life situations which is called anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorders include recurrent episodes of sudden feelings of intense anxiety and fear that reach the peak within minutes (panic attacks can be The person has more than one anxiety disorder.
These feelings of anxiety and panic interfere with everyday activities and are difficult to control at many times as they can last for a long time.Examples of anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder (social phobia), phobias and separatist anxiety disorder. You do not have to live with anxiety and fear, no matter what type of anxiety you have. Our counselors are there to help you overcome these feelings and emotions and start the first steps of treatment.
They provide counseling and psychological education for anxiety disorders using a well thought out treatment plan and the most appropriate treatment mechanisms. Analyze individual and social factors that focus on your support to control your anxiety levels, stop worrying thoughts, and conquer your fears as well. Such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which is a very useful treatment.