Therapy for Anxiety And Perfectionists

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Does it feel like worry is taking over your life,
and you can’t just shake it off?

On the outside, it seems like you have it all together, but on the inside, you feel tightly coiled spring ready to break.

You feel the pressure to keep it all together, your job, relationships, and life....

It feels like you are climbing a mountain than only gets steeper.

Can you relate?

You have endless checklists, yet nothing ever feels "completed."

You find yourself in this cycle of overwhelm, then procrastination, followed by a breakdown.

You are constantly thinking and rethinking what you will say or do.

The thoughts in your mind race through your head like a high speed train, making it impossible to relax or sleep.

You want to do everything perfectly the first time, which makes it harder to get started.

You compare yourself to others and feel like no matter how hard you try, you always come up short.

Ever caught yourself:

Cancelling plans because you’re worried about what people might think?

Lying awake at night with a mind full of 'what-ifs'?

Overthinking the smallest decisions?

Feeling like you need a plan for everything?

Feeling like there is an elephant sitting on your chest?

It might feel impossible right now, but you can feel less stressed, have more confidence in yourself, and feel more present in your relationships.

Therapy can help you:

Feel empowered by your perfectionism and anxiety

Be more present in your life

Move forward, instead of running in place

Achieve your goals without sacrificing your health

Let go of guilt and shame

Stop second guessing yourself

How long has it been since you woke up feeling refreshed and present?

I am here to support you as you create a life that you look forward to waking up to everyday. As a busy person, finding time to work on yourself can he hard. You have a lot of obligations and stressors already.

Remember: You are worth your time and investment.

Some Common Questions:

Through therapy, you can learn to tame your anxiety, reduce anxiety’s impact on your life and improve your overall well-being.

Absolutely. Even if your anxiety symptoms are mild, you can benefit from therapy. It’s not just the severity but the impact of these symptoms on your life that matters.

If you find that worry or fear is consistently interfering with your work, relationships, or quality of life, therapy can help. Therapy is a proactive step towards wellness, not just a remedy for severe issues.

Feeling anxious about starting therapy is entirely normal, especially if you’re dealing with anxiety. The first step is reaching out, to schedule an initial consultation (no pressure or strings attached). Starting therapy is a brave decision, and many find that their anxiety about therapy decreases significantly after the first few sessions.

“I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think.”

Take the next step now.