Anxiety

Anxiety can be triggered by major life stressors or by subtle experiences. It can be unpleasant, scary, and impairing to live with anxiety. Often, before we cognitively understand our anxiety, our body feels it with aches and pains.

Use the questions below as a self-reflective guide.

Do you…

  • have persistent anxiety or worry?
  • have difficulty controlling your worry?
  • feel restless, keyed-up, or on-edge?
  • feel easily fatigued?
  • have trouble concentrating?
  • feel irritable
  • Psychological Evaluations & Formal Assessments

    Any of our counselors can perform assessments and/or psychological evaluations. This typically involves a minimum of three sessions with a counselor, which can be billed either through your insurance or using our sliding fee scale:

  • The first session is the “getting to know the client” portion; the counselor will perform a diagnostic interview, mental health status exam, etc.
  • During the second session, the counselor will typically administer the MMPI (Minnesota
  • Anger Management

    Anger presents itself in many different ways. Underneath the anger often lies sadness, shame, fear, or guilt. Anger can affect our relationships in significant ways.

    Use the questions below as a self-reflective guide.

    Do you…

  • find it difficult to control how you act when you’re angry?
  • feel like your anger is like a volcano that erupts unexpectedly?
  • fear that your anger causes you to hurt people you love?
  • experience other people being afraid of your anger?
  • Addiction & Substance Abuse

    Substance abuse /addiction may include over-use of the following substances: alcohol, amphetamines, caffeine, cannabis, cocaine, hallucinogens, inhalants, nicotine, opioids, phencyclidine, sedatives, hypnotics, anxiolytics, or polysubstances.

    Use the questions below as a self-reflective guide.

    Do you…

  • find yourself using something more often and in greater quantities than you intend to?
  • need more and more of a substance to get the desired effect?
  • have