Restless, on edge, loss of control?
You may be suffering from Anxiety.

Anxiety is a normal part of life, especially during challenging times at home, work, or in relationships, but it can become debilitating.

“An estimated 31.1% of U.S. adults experience any anxiety disorder at some time in their lives.”

National Institute of Mental Health

What is Anxiety?

Feeling concerned about your level of worry and stress? You’re not alone. Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health conditions in the US.

Diagnosed Anxiety is more than temporary worry or fear. A person with an anxiety disorder can lose their ability to function normally, with daily activities being affecting by symptoms including restlessness, irritability, tension, lack of sleep and energy, and difficulty controlling feelings of worry. It can affect every aspect of life. 

At Hope for Healing, we understand how disruptive anxiety can be. Panic can come on unexpectedly and without reason. Fear of the next episode can cause people to avoid certain situations and remove themselves from the things and people they love. 

How we treat Anxiety

Anxiety exists in many forms and differs from person-to-person. Excessive fear, stress, and worry can be navigated with the right guidance and supports in place.

The causes of anxiety disorders aren’t fully understood. Daily happenings, life experiences, and traumatic events can all lead to anxiety for people prone to this mental health behavior. Many times we don’t know what triggers our worry, but there are ways to cope with concern and find a path to a brighter future.

Our Approach to managing anxiety follows an established structure from intake to planning, then treatment and post-treatment evaluation and support. Our recommendations are always individualized and are adjusted based on response to provided therapies and treatment.

Treatments for anxiety may include CBT, Medication Management, and IV and oral Nutritional supplementation (as needed).

If you or someone you care about is ready to put worry behind them, we’re here to help.

Take the first step and connect.

When anxiety creeps up and won’t leave, there’s still Hope for Healing.