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Therapy for Anxiety
in Toronto, On

If you're feeling anxious, you're not alone.

We all experience anxiety from time to time. It might happen when you first wake up in the morning, when something unexpected happens or it might be sabotaging your work, relationships and life in other ways. 

The good news is that anxiety is very treatable.

We will work together to explore and address your anxious thoughts as well as find new ways of coping to help you manage your anxiety both inside and outside of the therapy room.


To begin the process, you can schedule a free 20-minute consultation call here

Anxiety greatly affects how a person thinks about and processes the things that matter to them,
and without the appropriate resources, it may be difficult to manage or overcome it alone. 

Here are some common signs of Anxiety:

1. Physical symptoms: Some common physical symptoms of anxiety include nausea or stomach upset, dizziness, chest pain, or shortness of breath.

2. Avoidance behaviours: Avoiding activities or situations that may provoke or worsen anxiety.

3. Fatigue: Feeling tired or fatigued, even after a good night's sleep.

4. Irritability: Feeling frustrated easily or easily annoyed with yourself or others.

5. Muscle tension: Tense muscles, or muscle aches or tension headaches.

6. Difficulty concentrating: Difficulty focusing or staying on a task.

7. Sleep disturbances: Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or irregular sleep.

8. Panic attacks: Sudden episodes of intense fear or physical symptoms such as pounding heart, sweating, shaking, or shortness of breath.

9. Restlessness: Feeling physically restless or emotionally agitated, such as pacing, fidgeting or unable to relax.

10. Excessive worrying: A persistent sense of worry, unease, or dread that is difficult to control and disrupts daily life.

If you are not feeling like yourself, that is a good enough reason to start considering treatment options.

Anxiety therapy helps clients to not only manage the symptoms, but to heal the underlying reasons for anxiety. 

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