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DO YOU:

  • Feel uncomfortable in social situations?
  • Worry excessively?
  • Sometimes have thoughts that something bad will happen to you or a loved one?
  • Think that you might have or will catch some type of rare illness or disease, even though your doctor tells you that you are perfectly healthy?
  • Have difficulty forgetting about unpleaseant things that have happened to you in the past?
  • Get nervous more often than other people?
  • Have a hard time relaxing?
  • Avoid persons, places, or situations that you are fearful of?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you may be one of the millions of people that have an anxiety disorder.

Everyone feels anxious from time to time. It is normal to feel anxiety when facing a dangerous or challenging situation. But anxiety disorders are different. A person with an anxiety disorder has fear and worry that is more severe than regular anxiety and it is often out of proportion to the actual sitation. An anxiety disorder can severely disrupt and harm a person's health, career, relationships with family and friends, or ability to handle everyday tasks and situations.

Fortunately there is help! At Spectrum Behavioral Health, you will be connected with an experienced clinician who will assist you in identifying whether or not you have anxiety disorder and will develop a treatment plan to best suit your needs.

This treatment could include:

Cognitive-behavioral therapy: individual sessions in which you will learn to recognize and change anxiety-producing thoughts. You will meet one-on-one with your therapist and practice calming yourself using behavioral-relaxation techniques.

Family therapy: Friends and family can provide emotional support, understanding, and encourage you to keep your appointments and stick with treatment.

Medication: Sometimes medication is needed to get symptoms under control before starting therapy and may also be a part of on-going treatment.

A person with an anxiety disorder may feel hopeless or alone. But with treatment, it is possible to manage their symptoms and lead a healthy and productive life. Click here  to contact us.

For more information, try these links:
Anxiety Disorders Association of America
Obsessive Compulsive Foundation
Freedom From Fear
Site for children with anxiety disorder.