Anxiety treatment for better tomorrow
Anxiety is something that exists in everyone’s life to a certain extent, and in a way it is medically known to be helpful as well. Because, anxiety helps us stay alert and be reactive to our circumstances, whether joyful or painful. However, when the anxiety reaches the stage where it overwhelms you mentally and physically, and affects your normal routine of life, you need the help of a trained therapist.
Whether it is social phobia, specific phobia, post traumatic stress disorder, general anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, or similar, it falls under the category of anxiety disorder.
Dr. Elizabeth focuses on anxiety, depression, trauma, and other issues from a maneuverable systemic therapy vantage point.
This stance offers a useful approach to working with each individual client to display how early interactions in families promote not only particular emotional attachment patterns, but also shape the content and style of the narratives that are formed. We will show you how commonly observed patterns, such as avoidance of conflict and apparent difficulties in discussing relationships and feelings, is consistent with transgenerational experiences of insecure/avoidant attachments.