Anxiety Counselling and Stress Management

Anxiety Therapy

Gain control over your anxiety!

  • Do you feel an underlying sense of nervousness, worry and overwhelm?
  • Are you having a hard time concentrating through the day because unwanted thoughts keep coming to your mind?
  • Are you concerned other people are judging you?
  • Are you having a hard time managing work, home and all your responsibilities?
  • Does your partner keep telling you you’re worrying unnecessarily?
  • Is your anxiety affecting your relationships?
  • Do you experience a tightness in your chest or a sense of dread?

Overcoming anxiety with cognitive and behavioural counselling strategies

If these questions apply to you anxiety counselling may be helpful by:

  • helping you learn techniques and strategies to relax your body and calm your mind no matter where you are or what you’re doing
  • gain control when your anxiety shows up
  • get you back to enjoying your life

Anxiety is one of the most prevalent emotional health difficulties in Canada. Anxiety counselling can assist you in learning coping and resilience strategies, techniques to calm your mind and relax your body  that will put you in control when anxiety shows up.


Anxiety can feel like it has complete control over your life. If you are missing out on day to day life and social events it is time to start learning coping strategies to help you reduce your anxiety.

anxiety therapy

How do you know if you are experiencing anxiety? Do you experience the following?

  • Dizziness?
  • Waking up in the night with racing thoughts?
  • Feel heaviness in your chest?
  • Have irrational fears?
  • Have frequent headaches or migraines?
  • Have stomach ache or nausea?
  • Brain fog or feeling spaced out?
  • Feel numbness in your skin?

People do not always recognize symptoms of anxiety in their own thoughts, behaviour and physical well-being. Many people are unaware that anxiety can cause symptoms that affect the body, chest, mouth/stomach, head, hearing, mind, sleep, skin, sight, touch, emotions, mood and feelings.

Anxiety comes with everyday life. Whether it has to do with meeting a deadline, work stressors, family challenges and more. It can come in many forms. Sometimes knowing and understanding your anxiety is the hardest part. It can affect every aspect of a person’s life: behavioural, psychological and physiological.

Complications with untreated anxiety:

If you suffer from anxious feelings and leave it untreated you are putting yourself at a greater risk for substance abuse, depression and physical illnesses. Anxious feelings can be overwhelming and there are strategies taught during counselling that can bring relief.  The longer you ignore your feelings, the more your anxious thoughts increase. Trying to ignore it may actually induce more feelings of panic, make it harder to cope in your job, school or social life. Long term anxiety can cause relationship difficulties, depression, parenting and less life enjoyment.

For more information on how to manage anxious thoughts check out our blog “What is Anxiety?

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