We all at times feel anxious over something. We might be anxious about “losing control” of ourselves or some situations. Or we might feel a vague anxiety about “something bad happening”. Anxiety affects our whole being. It is a physiological, behavioral, and psychological reaction all at once. We might feel rapid heartbeat, muscle tension, queasiness, dry mouth, or sweating. Or we might feel apprehension and uneasiness to the point that we are afraid of dying or going crazy. These physiological and psychological reactions can sabotage our ability to act, express ourselves or deal with certain everyday situations.
I am here to work with you to learn ways through a holistic model (intervening at physical, emotional, behavioral, mental and interpersonal level) to understand and manage your anxiety so that you are able to return to your day-to-day normal function of things.