Anxiety Disorders can be managed to create balance, happiness, and peace and harmony in your life

Get help from an experienced anxiety counselor.

Anxiety is a normal emotion, however, when a person feels unbalanced and the anxiety is interfering with ones life due to high levels of anxiety it can become an Anxiety Disorder.

If Anxiety is negatively impacting areas of your life, work, social, academic, family, peers etc it is time to get professional support. Anxiety Disorders can lead to apprehension, avoidance, nervousness, worry and other symptoms felt in your mind and body.

Here are a few common symptoms of anxiety Disorders:

1.Excessive Worrying
2. Agitation
3. Restlessness
4. Fatigue
5. Concentration issues
6. Irritability
7. Muscle Tension
8. Sleep challenges
9. Panic Attacks
10. Avoiding Social situations
11. Phobias fears that are not rational

Examples of Anxiety Disorders include: Social anxiety, Panic Attacks, Phobias, Generalized Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, PTSD.

Anxiety disorders can be debilitating and create a great deal of frustration and sadness.

The great news is that Anxiety Disorders can be managed to create balance, happiness, and peace and harmony in your life so you can be all you desire and reach your desired goals.

David R Abrams MAPC LPC has over 15 years experience working with Anxiety Disorders helping adults and kids.

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David AbramsBiography David R. Abrams, MAPC, LPC, CAGS

Psychotherapist David Abrams is extremely passionate about effecting changes and creating hope and health in the lives of children, teens and adults through counseling. He has an eclectic, strengths-based approach to counseling and psychotherapy. He believes that empathy, rapport, and unconditional support provide the foundation where change can be facilitated. He works with children, teens, and adults with a wide array of mental health challenges.

A native of Phoenix, AZ, David graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University in 1998 with a B.A. in Psychology. In 2004, he received his M.A.P.C., Masters in Professional Counseling with a 3.9 GPA from Ottawa University. He graduated with a certified advanced graduate specialty in Marriage, Child, and Family as well as another advanced graduate certification in Trauma, Abuse, and Deprivation.