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"I didn't realize how consuming my anxiety was on my thoughts and my life. I was so critical of myself it was exhausting. I am grateful to be free of all that pressure now"

Anxiety Relief

Helpful Facts
Most Common Challenges

If you or somebody you know has an anxiety disorder it’s important to know...

  • It is the most common mental illness in the United States.

  • It affects more than 40 million adults or about 13% of the entire population.

  • Anxiety is highly treatable, but only 1/3 of those who suffer from anxiety ever seek therapy.

  • Whether you know someone who is affected or you personally suffer from anxiety – know that nearly one if every five Americans is going through the same thing.

  • People often measure their success by their moods; whether they "feel" better or not. However this is a common pitfall because moods change just as naturally as the sun and the moon set.

  • Measure your success in your behaviors, specifically implementing behaviors that promote productive

  • Anxiety is fueled by your fears, understanding those fears and strategically challenging them is the key to long term relief​

Feel less anxious and be more confident

Angie approaches anxiety with holistic treatment that focuses on building your inner strength and utilizing several effective techniques.


Common symptoms of anxiety disorder:
  • Excessive anxiety and worry (apprehensive expectation)

  • Feeling anxious more days than not for at least 6 months, about a number of events

  • Difficulty controlling worry

  • Restlessness or feeling on edge

  • Being easily fatigued

  • Difficulty concentrating or mind going blank

  • Muscle tension

  • Sleep disturbance

You've Got to Break Some Eggs

When I'm faced with difficult decisions, I'm reminded of what a good friend would often say... "You've got to break an egg to make a cake". Which means that it's not always going to be easy and there will sometimes be a mess but you'll enjoy the result if you keep working at it.


Therapy is that same way. You might find that you really enjoy the person you become after a couple of sessions. Perhaps you've forgotten the person that you truly are and therapy is the opportunity for the real you to emerge.

Common Anxiety Diagnosis (DSM-5)
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder

  • Specific Phobia

  • Social Phobia

  • Panic Attack Disorder

The Experts

Tatiana Bryan, RMHCI
Valerie Rojas, RMHCI
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Holly Cummings, RMHCI
Rachel Sobiech, LCSW
Leslie Manly, Intern
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