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Online Therapy for Adults in North Carolina

Therapy for Anxiety and Burnout

It's exhausting dealing with anxious thoughts that won't turn off.

Your mind is exhausted, you are exhausted. Life doesn't seem to let you have a break from worry, or your never-ending to do list. It feels like everything is often about to fall apart.  

Anxiety can show up in our lives in many ways. 



You are tired of living with worry and fear.

Those anxious thoughts just won’t stop running wild in your head.


Perhaps you’re feeling tense, jittery, or just on edge.  Perhaps it’s hard to make decisions because those "what-if’s" are so loud and the internal chatter is so busy doubting everything.


You may be constantly second-guessing yourself or simply avoiding things because anxiety is so exhausting.


While we all need some anxiety in our lives, it protects us by warning us when we need to pay attention to something; too much anxiety can lead you to feeling like you are trapped and your peace and wellbeing have been taken from you. 

Anxiety is the body's natural response to stress.


However, your brain can perceive many different situations as stressful or threatening, even when there may be no real threat or danger. These situations may result in:

  • Generalized worries or anxiousness

  • Social anxiety

  • Performance anxiety at work or school 

  • Health anxiety

  • Finance-related anxiety

  • Trauma-related anxiety

  • Phobias

  • Perfectionism

  • Obsessive compulsive behaviors

  • Anticipation anxiety due to upcoming changes, challenges, or new experiences

  • Anxiety due to life transitions, such as:

  • Starting or ending college or changes in your relationships

Take that important first step towards relief by understanding anxiety and why it is showing up in your life now


It is possible to tame those endless worries and what-ifs and to find relief with powerful techniques to calm the physical symptoms. Your nervous system is working in overdrive, but with therapy for anxiety, you can feel more in control of yourself, and enjoy life without anxiety.


Effectively process experiences from the past that are contributing to the fear today, so you can move forward with your life.

You don’t have to choose between your responsibilities & your own wellbeing.

You can have a calmer, more peaceful, life. 
I'm here to help you.

This website is not appropriate for anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts. You can seek immediate help by calling the National Suicide Hotline at 988 or 911 for local assistance.  You can reach the Crisis Text Line by texing HOME to 741741.

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