Treatment for Anxiety
There is a wide range of acceptable treatments for anxiety disorders beginning with talk therapy and medications.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) uses cognitive restructuring as a way to attack the cognitive distortions that cause needless anxiety. CBT often employs coping strategies to help manage volatile emotions. Here is a podcast from Mentalhelp.net that talks about CBT and specifically Cognitive restructuring.
Psychodynamic Therapy addresses present and past relationships that influence our anxiety.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) trains the client on ways of controlling and handling the anxiety we have. DBT begins with mindfulness meditation.
Medication can only be prescribed by a psychiatrist or a medical doctor but can be very effective to reduce anxiety along with talk therapy.
Our anxiety therapy starts with active listening, allowing you to share your experiences in detail. We'll then delve into the neuroscience of anxiety and introduce simple yet effective relaxation techniques, such as mindfulness and progressive muscle relaxation (PMR). We'll empower you with strong coping strategies. Explore our curated collection of essential tips and strategies to reduce anxiety, based on credible sources and expert insights."