Counseling Anxiety Stress Phoenix Arizona, Scottsdale Arizona, Chandler Arizona

March 19-2020

Anxiety, Stress, Panic, and depression disorders are all on the rise in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Biltmore, Arcadia, Chandler, Mesa, Cave Creek, Ahwatukee Arizona due to the Covid19 pandemic. Anxiety and Stress counseling will help you stay at peace and stay balanced during these challenging times and much more.

Life has changed dramatically for everyone. College students are moving home and this is an adjustment for the college student as well as for the parents and all family members.

Parents are being moved to work from there homes. I have a family I know and all three people in the family are working 40 hours a week in their own respective bedrooms. Being home at the same time with all family members can place huge stress on the family system and huge adjustments will have to be made in order to create balance and peace and the best possible outcome with your family while being at home. Some people are being told they will be home for two weeks however many are being told it could be a few months. 

The good news is that there are many skills that we can learn to manage anxiety and stress and fear and David at provides tools to help adults and children with anxiety disorders and stress as well as mood disorders.

Many establishments and activities have closed: Disneyland, Ice rinks, Bowling alleys, concerts, festivals, NBA basketball, NHL hockey, NCAA basketball, restaurants, sitting at a Starbucks, libraries, and more.

The musical Instrument Museum is closed, Harrahs Casino is closed, Phoenix zoo closed, Heard Museum closed, Harkins Movies and AMC movie theaters closed, Science Centers closed, LA fitness closed, Village Health Spa Closed, Mountainside Fitness closed, N Baptist Church Fitness Closed and many other establishments are closed. Most restaurants are closed except for some have take out and delivery.

 Fear is one of the most basic emotions and is not, in itself, dangerous; it is part of a natural alarm system designed to react to or anticipate danger. And though that system was first employed to avoid natural predators—a lion on the prowl, say—it has been adapted over time to deal with abstract threats or even social situations.

Changes is our blood circulation to make more blood available in case of fight or flight and we can feel this change in our bodies when blood is being circulated to our muscles and arms and legs.

Fear can also make it very difficult for adults and children to concentrate. Anxious thoughts make it difficult to do homework or do daily chores.

Anticipatory fear has two routes one is worry and one is anxiety. It is healthy to anticipate fear so you can problem solve. Persistent fear can look like a panic disorder being afraid of fear itself. Social anxiety is a fear or being scrutinized by others. There is also a generalized anxiety and other anxiety disorders. Over 30 percent of people have experienced anxiety or an anxiety disorder if not more. Over 6 Million people have generalized anxiety disorder and feel daily fear.

Past events and traumatic experience scar the brain and can trigger anxiety today if it is not dealt with through counseling or a mental health professional.

It is important to be able to manage all of our fears and anxiety in relation to Covid19 because we must go on with life even if life has changed dramatically. We can learn ways to manage stress and anxiety through counseling so we can enjoy daily activities even though it will be a huge adjustment and may be challenging. We can all get through these difficult times. has been working with : children, Teen adolescents, Adults , and families with anxiety, stress, depression, behavior, mood, relationships and more for over 15 years in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Cave Creek, Chandler, Peoria, Goodyear, and clients valley wide. If you go to his web site www.lifeworksaz.comyou can read over 100 testimonials from professionals as well as adults and parents on the expert work he is doing in : adult counseling, Family counseling, etc.

Articles are not to be taken as a substitute for professional advice or counseling.