Did you know that trauma and deeper problematic beliefs about yourself and the world around you can sometimes lead to significant anxiety? Exploring and healing these can help you to move forward.
"The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another."
– William James
Did you know that just a little bit of exercise can significantly reduce your anxiety? Some physical activity will help to balance out the neurochemicals in your brain that contribute to anxiety.
Dr. Kate Truitt & Associates
A Psychological Corporation
It's time to Live Your Excellence
Neuroscience Informed Treatment for Anxiety, Panic, and Phobias:
You know that feeling you get when you have a really big presentation coming up that you aren’t quite ready for? On top of that you have plans to go see those in-laws this evening that you just don’t quite get along with? Or perhaps your car is making that strange noise again and how can you find the time to get is checked? We all experience situations that bring up some level of stress, worry, and discomfort.
Anxiety is a normal reaction to stressful situations. It is what keeps us safe, quickly informing us to run when we see a fire, freeze when we see a bear, or even fight if it is the only way to protect ourselves. Healthy anxiety at the right levels contributes to our vitality and motivation for optimal performance.However, sometimes this fear can become so intense that it feels debilitating and blocks us from doing what matters. We never regain the equilibrium we are supposed to return to after the danger is gone, preventing us from moving forward with our life feeling calm and confident.
People who suffer from anxiety, panic, and phobias tend to have extra sensitive ‘fire alarms’ that react too often when there isn’t a real reason to be alarmed. The brain can become over reactive and overgeneralize losing the ability to differentiate between real and perceived stress. Toxic anxiety impacts our thoughts and our relationships. It wears out our bodies and prevents us from living our most fulfilled life. It feels as if our body and mind are being hijacked and there is little we can do to stop it.
Fortunately, therapy can be very effective in helping you to not only understand and manage your symptoms, but also provide you with the tools and techniques you need to thrive. New advances in neuroscience empower us to work directly with the anxiety generating system in our brain, generating calm and empowered healing. Our team is highly trained in treating individuals struggling with anxiety, panic, and phobias. We are here to help you get to the root of your anxiety and support you on your journey toward empowered and resilient healing. Contact Dr. Truitt and her team today for a complimentary 30-minute phone consultation.
Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States? That’s about 18% of the population according to the National Institute of Mental Health.
Did you know just as physical wounds heal so too does our brain? With proper treatment and support your brain, your mind, your life, you will recover from the traumatic experiences and be empowered to Live Your Excellence.
"Problems can be experienced as… a chance for renewal rather than stress."
– Marilyn Ferguson