Stress and Anxiety Treatment
You don’t know when the scales tipped but you suddenly find that each day is full of constantly recurring thoughts of worry and fear. There have been times in your life you’ve been more stressed than others. Times you’ve had trouble falling asleep because your mind is racing. Instances of a racing heartbeat and some sweaty palms.
But this? This is different. It’s all the time. Some days it’s less intense than others, but the nagging feeling of being on edge is always present. You’ve tried for years to pass it off as just being a high-achiever, or someone a little more tightly wound than others.
Could Anxiety Treatment Help?
Things have gotten worse lately, and you realize there is more going on than that.
You really can’t turn off your thoughts to get the sleep you need, so
you wake up the next day in an energy deficit,
already with depleted internal resources when it comes to getting through another day.
Now, you’ve gotten behind, at work, or in life, and you feel a sense of dread when you think about what it will take to get caught up.
Anxiety, Stress, and Worry Affect Everything Now
You’ve even become more irritable than usual and what’s worse: it’s coming out in your interpersonal interactions and relationships.
You’ve reached a breaking point. You know you can’t handle this on your own anymore, though you’ve certainly tried. You live a full life, have many different roles, and do them all well, and yet….you’re barely making it through your day without feeling like a failure. Or like you’re going to implode. Or worse, like it is all going to fall apart.
Managing Anxiety on Your Own Hasn't Worked Yet
You’ve tried managing the anxiety on your own: working out, staying social, trying a new hobby, eating clean. But none of it is putting a dent in what it is: anxiety or stress that is now affecting your quality of life.
You’ve been a little suspect in the past of going to therapy because you believe your orientation to life has helped you with certain aspects of success you’ve experienced. And you’re probably right. But let me tell you this: you can retain those patterns of success while shedding the nagging worry, persistent fear, and other symptoms that have led to the number of bad days (fine, months!) you’ve been having.
But, is Anxiety Therapy Going to Help?
Therapy might sound to you like it could feel embarrassing or overwhelming. But it can lead to internal emotional and cognitive freedom. You can learn ways to manage fear and worry about the future or even decrease that fear and worry itself. Therapy can help you gain a greater sense of self so you increase self-reliance and decrease the behaviors that are fatiguing you but you’re too scared to release. Anxiety therapy can help you regain energy, build internal calm, and realize a sense of hope and excitement for the future.
Anxiety Treatment Can Help Clarify Your Triggers and Core Beliefs
When we partner with clients in our practice to help them reach their goal of overcoming anxiety & stress, we take a wide-angle lens to find all the contributors to that anxiety. Our therapists pull techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and more modalities/approaches, as fits their training and approach AND as works for you and your needs. What this translates to is exploring and working on a variety of internal processes and external considerations that are impacting you. This includes discovering core beliefs you hold, the narrative in your head about how you and/or your life “should” be, investigating other thought processes, and even taking a look at your understanding of the role of anxiety in your life. We look at daily and weekly habits and schedules to see what environmental factors may be impacting your anxiety and stress. We offer relaxation tools that can be applied across settings and teach you one of the most important lessons about anxiety: you are bigger than it.
Anxiety & stress may be your default mode now, but through the therapeutic process, you can live a life free of its dominating presence.
Begin Counseling for Anxiety in St. Louis, MO
To toss your anxiety and stress out of the driver’s seat, let's get you set up with anxiety treatment in our Ballwin, MO counseling clinic. We can also chat via telehealth for online therapy in Missouri and online therapy in Illinois. Truly, anywhere in the state! If you're a Chicago resident, we have in-person therapy available in Chicago, too! Taking this first step is a big deal, so you are already making great progress! Just follow these simple steps and we will get started.
Reach out to Marble Wellness
Our Client & Project Coordinator will be your first point of contact. She'll get you set up with a good match for your on our team, and talk first appointment details.
Meet with one of our Anxiety Therapists
All of the members of our team are trained in and skilled at treating anxiety. They will work with you personalize a plan to cope with and reduce your anxiety.
Start to overcome your anxiety
Whether it's in-person, online, or park therapy, you and your therapist will use their skills and your strengths to help you start to live a life free from anxiety.
Start to live a more confident, centered and connected life, today
Other Mental Health Services at Marble Wellness
At Marble Wellness, our goal is simple: Counseling services designed to help set you on a path of living a more fulfilled, calm, and happy life. We specialize in anxiety, depression, grief, chronic illness, therapy for men, couples, and maternal overwhelm. We can also help new moms with various postpartum concerns, moms in the thick of parenting, and moms with teens. We can also chat from wherever you are in the state with online therapy in Missouri and online therapy in Illinois. No matter where you are in your journey, we would love to support you.