Anxiety Counseling

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For a long time, anxiety counseling has been viewed as a taboo topic. As a result, countless people have suppressed their symptoms and experiences at the risk of being viewed as weak or dramatic. But this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Did you know that one in six Americans experience some form of mental illness every year? Of these individuals living in Florida, it’s estimated that 61.7% do not receive treatment (which is higher than the national average).

Professional anxiety counseling is one way to work through the symptoms of anxiety. Additionally, you’ll learn techniques to overcome these challenges. 

What Is Anxiety?

First and foremost, in order to treat anxiety and overcome its difficult symptoms, you need to understand what anxiety is and how it works.

Have you ever felt your heart race when your boss requests a meeting, or break out in a sweat at the thought of having to attend a party? These symptoms are your body’s natural response to a stressful situation. It is often associated with fear and nervousness but can occur in excessive bouts and become an all-consuming influence on daily living.

There are different forms of anxiety, such as:

  • Panic disorder – which can lead to panic attacks
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder – which is caused by a traumatic event
  • Phobias – which are deep-seated fears
  • Separation anxiety disorder – which involves the fear of separation from loved ones
  • Social anxiety disorder – which appears in social situations
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder – leading to repeated, specific behaviors
  • Illness anxiety disorder – which is associated with a fear of ill health

How Anxiety Manifests

It’s not unusual for people to experience fleeting instances of anxiety. Moreover, suffering from chronic anxiety as a mental illness can negatively impact your life on a day-to-day basis. Clearly identifying the causes of your anxiety brings you closer to resolving your triggers and issues.

Understanding The Causes Of Anxiety


Common causes of mild anxiety include public speaking, taking a test, engaging with strangers, or going for a job interview.  Essentially, any instance that puts pressure on performance in some way. Conversely, the more severe cases of anxiety can be completely debilitating. 

Undoubtedly, having help from a licensed therapist can help. Despite having symptoms, many people don’t realize that their constant feelings of anxiousness are completely manageable with the right tools treatment.

From a scientific standpoint, there is a lot of research about what causes severe, persistent anxiety. In fact, researchers are looking into the part of the brain that impacts fear. However, regardless of the cause, there are several symptoms of anxiety that are easy to identify.

What Are The Symptoms Of Anxiety?

Anxiety can affect individuals in a physical, emotional, and mental way. If you regularly experience the following symptoms or know  a loved one who may be struggling on a daily basis, then you may want to consider external help.

  • Rapid, shallow breathing
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Racing thoughts
  • Trouble falling asleep
  • Restlessness
  • Paranoia
  • Increased heart rate

Additionally, in the instance of an anxiety or panic attack, you may also experience feelings of dizziness, dry mouth, chest pain, sweating, distress, trouble breathing, and fear.

None of these symptoms are pleasant and no one should live feeling shackled by anxiety. There are various ways to work through distress, and one of them includes anxiety counseling.

Psychotherapy: The Role of a Therapist During Anxiety Recovery

Research suggests that anxiety is often triggered by underlying experiences and processes. Psychologists are trained in treating these traumas and experiences in a way that is constructive and empowering.

By speaking to a licensed therapist who uses the correct techniques, individuals learn to better understand their thoughts and how they may contribute to an anxiety disorder.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychotherapy is the process of working and talking through negative mental patterns and behaviors.  Without a doubt, CBT can have a noticeably positive impact on anxiety and overall mental health. 

Through this process, a therapist will help you to identify your negative thoughts, challenge them, and replace them with more positive, realistic thoughts. Unquestionably, having an experienced and compassionate therapist by your side is an invaluable resource.

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Anxiety Counseling in Boca Raton

It’s important to work through therapy in a space that is comfortable and supportive. At P.S. Love Yourself, Priya D’Singh is a self-love therapist who guides individuals towards healing and fulfillment. If you or someone you care about is interested in getting anxiety counseling, contact P.S. Love Yourself at 954-806-5569 and begin your journey of self-discovery today.


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This is a customizable 12-week program created to help you learn how to cope with painful emotions and manage them on your own. Life can have many tragic, depressing or painful transitions. If you will allow me to, I can show you how to love yourself first and heal. Each session is 60 minutes.


This 24-week program is designed to help survivors of simple and complex trauma heal. In this program, I will teach you about trauma and how it affects your brain. You will have the opportunity to develop healthy coping skills that may aide in managing triggers, flashback, panic attacks, anxiety and depression. We will work together to create a mindfulness practice that works for you. In addition, I will help you learn how to set and maintain healthy boundaries. This program is intended to guide you through the journey of self-love and to help you heal from those “invisible” wounds. Each session is 60 minutes.

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