Managing Anxiety

Body-centered therapy that helps women in the Greater Boston area
and Massachusetts reduce their anxiety

Is worry, fear, panic, or anxiousness interfering with your daily life?

Most people experience occasional moments of worry or anxiousness. Anxiety can even be helpful, pointing us to what we care about and what is important to us.

However, when worries, anxiousness, fears, or panic become persistent, intense, or hard to manage, it can become overwhelming and interfere with your life.

Unmanageable worries, fears, and panic can negatively impact your thoughts, actions, and interactions with others. For instance, you may start avoiding certain situations. Or, you may notice feeling increased stress, tension, trouble focusing, poor sleep, or struggle to make decisions.

No matter your symptoms, excessive anxiety and worry can decrease your quality of life, making it hard to feel content, peaceful, or fully present in your life and relationships. It can impact your self-esteem and your overall well-being.

Fortunately, you can manage anxiety.


You can learn to manage the physical
sensations and thoughts

Anxiety affects your body, thoughts, and emotions. While your thoughts and emotions are important, focusing on your body’s experience can provide a path to feeling better.

Your anxiety is a message system. It’s telling you something.

In therapy, we work together to pay attention to the bodily experience you’re having and the information your anxiety is trying to tell you.

This therapeutic process often uncovers a deeply held belief or trauma. Together, we use this information from your body to help get to the underlying pieces of information that have gotten covered up, so you learn what your anxiety is trying to tell you. Then, we work together to process what you’ve learned, so you feel better.

For instance, learning to pay attention to your body’s sensations when anxious or overwhelmed can help you discover what you need to do to move through the anxiety, not stay stuck in it. With therapeutic support, you can learn strategies to help you self-regulate. As a result, you can learn how to work through your feelings of anxiety to become more empowered and in control.


Are you ready to live a less anxious life?

Seeking out help can be challenging, especially for high-functioning people with anxiety. You don’t have to work through your feelings alone.

Regardless of the source or “amount” of your anxiety, reaching out for help is a critical step and a sign of your strength and resilience. You don’t have to manage feelings of anxiety, worry, or panic on your own.

Set up your free consultation call today, and start working toward a less anxious future.