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Do you want to feel better?
Through this website, I will share some of what I have learned about anxiety and depression treatment. I created this website for my clients and for others who want information about how to best help themselves to feel better.
It is not your fault you are depressed or anxious! However, you owe it to yourself to do what you can to see how you may help yourself heal. Anxiety and depression treatment consists of examining how your thoughts, feelings or behavior patterns, which you may be unaware of, are contributing to your unhappiness.
In these pages, I will teach you to recognize these unconscious patterns and work on breaking them. Depression and anxiety originate and are maintained through an intricate and delicate relationship between our mind (thoughts), body ( biology), and behavior. Our environment, life circumstances and family also play a role, as do our genetics.
Do you realize you have the ability to change many of the things that make you unhappy?
Your past does not predict your future. You can begin making small changes at any moment that will impact the rest of your life. These pages on depression and anxiety treatment will teach you some of the things that you can do (on your own or as an adjunct to therapy) to feel better. However, this website may not be enough to help everyone. Depending on the severity of your depression and anxiety you may require therapy or medication. If you have suicidal ideation please seek help immediately.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
OCD is an anxiety disorder consisting of compulsions and obsessions. It is highly treatable with exposure and response prevention therapy learn about
Other issues to focus on when working on decreasing anxiety and depression include increasing your happiness, mindfulness, and self compassion.
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What does anxiety and depression treatment look like? How can therapy help?
Anxiety and Depression treatment will teach you new ways to think about yourself and the world. You learn specific behaviors to take care of your body and your brain in ways that lean you more towards happiness and health. It helps you see how your learned behaviors and patterns of dealing with stress may be exacerbating your condition.
Do I need a therapist?
You may not need a therapist. It may be that after exploring these pages, and other self help resources, you can do your own anxiety and depression treatment! However, it's hard to make changes. The persistence and motivation required to be happy is great. A therapist can help you sort through and focus on what will help, make suggestions about medication or natural treatments, and provide you with the support and cheerleading necessary to beat it!
This website is under construction. Please feel free to return each week as I will be adding new pages
My therapy office is located at: 5200 Park Road Suite 117 Charlotte North Carolina 28209 (P)704 523 0112 (
The areas I service include, but are not limited to: Charlotte, Fort Mill, Rock Hill, York, Gastonia, Huntersville, Statesville, Salisbury, Hickory and Monroe. I provide skype or phone therapy to anyone with a computer and video camera that is a resident of NC.
I currently offer the following anxiety and depression treatment:
Please enjoy this website and feel free to contact me with any questions by using the contact form. Medical information obtained from this website is not intended as a substitute for professional care or professional anxiety and depression treatment. If you have or suspect you have a problem, you should consult a health care provider.Thanks for visiting!
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Medical information obtained from this website is not intended as a substitute for professional care or professional anxiety and depression treatment. If you have or suspect you have a problem, you should consult a health care provider.Thanks for visiting! Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org