Anxiety Treatment

Are You Suffering From Anxiety? 

Do you constantly feel anxious for no reason that you can understand or identify? Do you have panic attacks? Do you have problems sleeping from worrying excessively? Do you have persistent physical symptoms that are not responding to treatment? Do you wish you could understand what is causing your anxiety and develop the insight needed to manage it and feel better? 

Living with anxiety and experiencing panic attacks can be draining, frustrating and limits the way you live your life. Anxiety and panic are signals that something from your past is unresolved. I have helped hundreds of people successfully work through their anxiety and panic attacks by gaining insights, discovering the source of their anxiety and changing thinking patterns so they can feel more in control of their lives.




Anxiety is Common

Anxiety is common and everyone experiences anxiety. However, when anxiety disrupts your normal day to day functioning and interferes with your lifestyle it may be considered a “disorder.”

According to Anxiety and Depression Association of America, “anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18% of the population. And, women are 60 percent more likely to be affected compared to men. Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, yet only about one-third of those suffering receive treatment. Anxiety disorders develop from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.”

Counseling can help you feel more at ease and in control of your anxiety.




Treating Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are very treatable, and many people can be helped with professional care. Treatment for anxiety should be designed to help a person manage and reduce the symptoms. Therapy has been known to be very effective. 

If you are taking medication as a form of treatment it is important to combine it with therapy. Anxiety symptoms often respond to a combination of talk therapy and medication.The goal of the therapeutic process is to help you identify triggers and examine the deeper emotions and reasons that are the source of your anxiety. We work together to determine the cause of your anxiety symptoms then I help you design a plan to alleviate them.

If you’re struggling with anxiety, I invite you to call 917-273-9936 for a complementary consultation to learn more about anxiety treatment and how I can help you.



Rachel is a true expert with an amazing energy and knowledge base. Her dedication and passion alone will move you forward!” M.F.