Anxiety Treatment

You’ve been battling anxiety for a long time. Fighting against it, thinking about it, and trying to escape suffocating fear and worry. You feel stuck. In fact, sometimes you’re nearly paralyzed by your anxiety. Every anxious thought leads to another anxious thoughts.  

Maybe, you’ve had physical reactions to your anxiety such as dizziness, nausea, headaches, or shortness of breath during a panic attack.

You’ve tried different things to manage your anxiety. Books about anxiety, conversations with friends, and Youtube videos teaching you breathing techniques. But nothing seems to help, at least not for long. Perhaps, your doctor has even prescribed anxiety medication for you.

The bottom line is that you’re sick of feeling anxious.  Anxiety has controlled your thoughts, emotions, and actions for too long.

Anxiety symptoms

Many things can contribute to your anxiety. Your past and present can cause you to be anxious. So can your personality. In fact, some people are just predisposed to worrying. Everyone experiences anxiety differently, but some of the common symptoms of anxiety include:

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  • Constant worry
  • Racing thoughts
  • Fatigue/ sleep problems/ lack of sleep
  • Double or triple checking that you’ve done something “right”
  • Not eating enough or eating too much
  • Panic, fear, and uneasiness
  • Avoiding places, things or people
  • Muscle tension
  • Headaches
  • Feeling agitated
  • Restlessness
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Irritability

In small doses, anxiety can be a good thing

The purpose of anxiety is to motivate us to act.  For example, If we’re outside on a hike and a storm is rolling in, anxiety motivates us to hurry back to safety before the storm arrives.  Or, a college student who is a little bit anxious is more likely to study for a test than one who has zero concern about their performance.

In general, anxiety can be your brain or body sending you a message.  Many successful adults experience what we call “high functioning anxiety.” Their worries have actually helped them become cautious, hardworking individuals.

But, sometimes anxiety can get out of control. It can start to impact multiple areas of your life or even become so extreme that it paralyzes you and prevents you from taking action.  It can keep you from feeling happy and being able to live life to the fullest. If this sounds like what you are experiencing, you may have a diagnosable anxiety disorder.

Do I have an anxiety disorder?

You’ve found yourself constantly worrying, and you realized that you are avoiding things you used to enjoy out of fear. Therefore, you may be wondering if you have an anxiety disorder.  The truth is that anxiety disorders are actually very common.

In fact, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are more common than any other type of mental illness.

Anxiety disorders can come in many different shapes and forms. 

Types of Anxiety Disorders:

The most common types of anxiety disorders include:

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Panic Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Phobias
  • Social Anxiety Disorder

*It’s also worth noting that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) used to be considered an anxiety disorder. But it is now considered a “trauma-and stressor-related disorder” in the newest version of our diagnostic manual.

You are ready to really get control over your anxiety

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By now, you are tired of living with the constant worry and anxiety.  You don’t want help simply managing your anxiety. You are ready to find true healing.  It’s time to reclaim control over your own life.

It’s natural to want to avoid going to therapy at first.  In fact, it is human nature to avoid things that make us uncomfortable. And facing our fears is certainly uncomfortable! However, avoidance only makes the anxiety worse in the long run. And you don’t want that to happen, you are ready to overcome your anxiety. So, it’s time to contact a therapist and get started treating your anxiety.

Anxiety treatment can help you find peace

Our therapists can help you face your fears and change the way you relate to your anxiety. Therapy will help you stop the cycle of anxiety and to begin reclaiming control over your own life. Through therapy, you will begin to change your thinking about anxiety. You’ll gain insight into the causes of your fear, and learn to think about danger more realistically. Furthermore, counseling will help increase your ability to cope with situations that make you anxious.

You don’t have to live with constant worry and anxiety

You’re ready to get your life back on your own terms. You want to be the parent, friend, or partner that you dream of being.  Counseling can be an important part of your journey to that place of healing. Our therapists will empower so you can find lasting relief from anxiety, intrusive thought patterns, and panic attacks.

Imagine a world where you feel in control again.  One where you don’t live in constant fear of a panic attack or as a slave to your own anxious thoughts.  Imagine feeling a new sense of confidence and excitement about life. You deserve this, and it is possible.  Please, let our therapists help you begin to change your relationship with anxiety. Let us help you enjoy the things that matter the most to you.

Begin anxiety treatment in the Atlanta area:

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Are you ready to learn new techniques to cope with the worries that are keeping you from enjoying your life? Our therapists are here to help you find relief from anxiety. Please follow these three steps to begin anxiety treatment at our Alpharetta, GA mental health clinic:

  1. Contact our office via phone or email to set up an appointment or an initial free consultation
  2. Meet with one of our compassionate anxiety therapists
  3. Begin treatment for anxiety and find emotional wellness.

Other Services offered at Balance and Potential Therapy in Alpharetta, GA

In addition to therapy for anxiety, our Atlanta Area counseling clinic offers a variety of mental health services for people living throughout the Atlanta area. Our therapists also offer individual Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT),  DBT skills classes for teens and adults, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), depression counseling, couples therapy, family therapy, play therapy, and mindfulness training. Call or email our office to learn more about our behavioral health services.


5755 North Point Parkway,
Suite 79

Alpharetta, GA 30022
(678) 644-0039

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