360 Therapy specializes in treating many forms of anxiety, such as social anxiety, generalized anxiety, and any form of stress.
Do You Feel Too Overwhelmed To Catch A Break?
Are you tired of overthinking everything and constantly second-guessing yourself? Do you feel too anxious to pursue your passions and move forward in life? Does just getting through the day seem like an impossible task sometimes?
When you’re living with anxiety, it’s normal to feel like you can’t catch a break. Perhaps you’re struggling with racing thoughts, panic attacks, and sleepless nights. No matter where you are or what you’re doing, you can’t seem to shut off your mind or quiet your thoughts. And the more you overthink everything, the less likely you are to put yourself out there and accomplish your goals. As a result, you may be frustrated with yourself and struggle with low self-esteem.
You Might Have Trouble Imagining That You’ll Ever Feel Differently
Imagine what it would be like to have true inner peace—to know that everything will be okay despite the roadblocks that life throws at you. Imagine being able to fall asleep at night without replaying every interaction from your day and worrying about what you’ll do tomorrow. Can you picture a day when the inner chatter finally quiets down and you’re able to rest and relax?
Here at 360 Therapy, we believe that transformation from inner turmoil to inner peace is possible. So many of our clients have been exactly where you are—only to find relief from racing thoughts and freedom from chronic anxiety after seeing a therapist. We want you to experience the same thing.
Anxiety Is The New Normal In A World Of Overwhelming Schedules And Demanding Jobs
Anxiety isn’t always the enemy. It stems from the universal need that all of us have to feel safe, secure, and stable. It’s a survival mechanism that can help you avoid danger and stay motivated for important tasks. If you know how to deal with anxiety properly, it can actually help you. But when anxiety starts to affect your functioning, that’s a sign that you might be struggling with an anxiety disorder.
In today’s world, chronic anxiety has become the new normal. Millions of us have to deal with overwhelming schedules, demanding jobs, mounting student loans, and a bleak economy. Few of us have room for self-care in our lives. What’s more, we are all bombarded by other people’s highlight reels on social media, creating a “compare and despair” culture where we feel like we’re the only ones missing out.
Society expects so much of us, so it’s no wonder we’re all anxious and overwhelmed. Anxiety therapy is a chance to put aside cultural pressures and invite self-care into your life.
Therapy Can Help You Manage Anxiety No Matter What Life Throws Your Way
Are you ready to heal? Are you ready to stop living in survival mode and feel more comfortable in your own skin? If so, we encourage you to pursue anxiety counseling with 360 Therapy. We are committed to your healing and we want to match you with the therapist who is the best fit for you.
Above all, our goal is to help you achieve lifelong changes instead of just putting Band-aids on your emotional wounds. We want the things you learn here to stay with you long after therapy is done. This way, you have the skills and resources to manage anxiety no matter what life throws your way.
What To Expect In Anxiety Treatment Sessions
As our name implies, we want to help you experience complete, 360-degree transformation. This means looking at every area of your life—even sleep, nutrition, and lifestyle choices—so that you can achieve change in all of them. We want to be as comprehensive as possible.
Sometimes this means exploring the past to understand why you feel anxious today. Was there any trauma in your childhood? Were there any relationships that made you feel unsafe? Did you receive any negative messages from your caretakers growing up? Answering these questions can help us understand the original sources of your anxiety.
Tailoring Your Counseling Plan
360 Therapy has lots of different therapists and we all draw from a wide range of approaches. For clients struggling with negative thoughts and beliefs, we often use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat their anxiety. This approach is especially helpful if you suffer from low self-esteem and negative self-image, since it can change the way you think about yourself.
For those who want practical skills for keeping anxiety under control, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) comes in handy. It can give you grounding skills when you are in crisis mode or dealing with panic attacks.
Our practice seeks to leave no stone unturned when it comes to treating anxiety. By addressing every aspect of your life, we are confident that we can help you craft a legacy of healing and transformation.
You May Have Some Questions About Anxiety Therapy…
Can anxiety therapy really help me?
Our clients often tell us how relieved and at ease they feel after the first session. They feel like they’ve come to the right place and taken the first step toward feeling better. What’s more, therapy is a chance to look beneath the surface and get to the root of your anxiety instead of just treating symptoms. It can help you develop meaningful insights into why you feel anxious, allowing you to understand your anxiety on a deeper level.
What if your approach isn’t right for me?
Our approach to anxiety therapy is always customized to suit your needs. Your counselor will meet you where you’re at and help you come up with a treatment plan that’s unique to you. If one therapist’s approach isn’t right for you, you are always welcome to try another therapist from our staff. After all, we believe that you are the expert on your life and we want you to be in charge of your own healing process!
Won’t talking about my anxiety make it worse?
The idea of getting treatment can seem scary, especially if you struggle with social anxiety. But it’s important to remember that what you resist persists. The more you try to ignore your anxiety, the stronger it grows. Therapy can help you learn to manage your anxious thoughts instead of pushing them down. And if you ever feel stressed during sessions, we’ll give you coping and grounding skills for staying calm and regulated!
Transform Inner Turmoil Into Inner Peace
If you want to quiet your racing thoughts and get control of your anxiety, we encourage you to connect with one of our counselors. To get started, you can email us or call 305-396-6009.