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Therapy for Anxiety in Denver

Experience freedom from your fears and worries.

“ Worrying doesn’t empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.”
-Corrie ten Boom

Do you have constant noise in your head that leaves you feeling like a tangled yoyo string?

Maybe you had a panic attack last week right before a big presentation at work; or perhaps you find yourself carrying around a sense of doom even on objectively good days.

You may be chronically exhausted because your mind is a live wire that keeps you awake at night or you're battling tension headaches multiple times a week.

Perhaps you feel like you’re unraveling no matter what you do.

Whatever it is that you’re experiencing, you’re beginning to notice the impact in every facet of your life:

  • Short fuse: you keep losing your shit just because your partner loaded the dishwasher wrong... and it’s not cute.

  •  Zero chill: not even Downton Abbey, your ultimate comfort show, isn't working it’s magic.

  • Workaholic: staying busy seems to keep the noise in your head at bay so you’ve been putting in extra hours at work. Great for your boss, not so much for your social life.

How Anxiety Therapy Can Help

It may feel impossible now, but you can be one of those people who doesn’t sweat the small stuff. You can take time to “fill your cup” and it actually work. You can find relief from the overwhelm.


And I can help you get there.

Anxiety therapy helps you do 3 things:

  • Learn practical skills to calm your nervous system.

  • Improve your relationship with anxious thoughts.

  • Uncover the starting point of anxiety and worry.

These things help you create a new way of reacting to life’s stressors.

I’ll help through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs.

My approach to anxiety therapy comes from a place of acceptance: recognizing that anxiety is a normal human response and does not need to be overwhelming and debilitating.

You don’t have to live life feeling wound up and overwhelmed.


Q: What is anxiety? A: Anxiety is a natural response to stress and is needed for survival. However, when we feel anxiety at times of low/no stress it can become detrimental to our quality of life. Some symptoms of anxiety that may signify a problem are: - Excessive worry about lots of different things - Restlessness or irritability - Obsessive or intrusive thoughts - Difficulty concentrating - Physical symptoms such as tension in the body, upset stomach, and racing heart

Q: What is anxiety therapy like? A: Working through anxiety often includes: - Identifying symptoms and triggers - Developing effective coping skills for mind and body symptoms - Untangling beliefs that perpetuate anxiety - Committing to taking actions that work for you When working on anxiety issues with clients I often use a combination of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and EMDR. We'll talk about this together and choose an approach that feels good to you!

Q: How do we get started? A: If this page sounds all too familiar to you and you’re ready to take back control of your worries and fears, you’re ready for anxiety therapy. The next best step is to schedule your free consultation with me. I can’t wait to hear from you!

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