Do you feel heavy with despair, struggling each day to keep your head just above the darkness and dread?
Does it take every ounce of energy to stay afloat?
Or are you feeling overwhelmed by feelings of helplessness and hopelessness?
If this sounds familiar, I want you to know you are not alone and there is help.
Generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive behaviors, and feeling driven to distraction are more common than was once understood. Do you or a loved one suffer from anxiety? Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapies can help.
While it may seem difficult to find your way back to hope and happiness, I’ve been helping clients to personally do just that for years. To experience the joy of warm sunshine on their face, to reconnect with estranged loved ones, and to re-engage with a meaningful life.
Just like other chronic illnesses, depression is not your fault, it’s nothing you’ve caused. And also like many other illnesses, effective treatments exist to help ease and eliminate the struggles you face.
So if you’ve said or thought these things a lot recently…
– “I’m too tired to try.”
– “I don’t want to leave home.”
– “I don’t care anymore.”
– “Why am I always crying?”
– “I don’t even know who I am any more.”
– “I wish I wasn’t here.”
…There are proven steps and therapies that have been shown to result in remarkable relief. To bring you hope, help and a way forward.
If you’d like to take the first steps to start feeling better, please contact me today.
Marci Warren, LPC founded Whole Wellness Counseling in 2007 in response to a need for greater access to evidence-based treatment for anxiety disorders in the Austin and Central Texas area. These services are expanded across the State of Texas through online counseling: https://portal.wecounsel.com/directory/marciwarrenlpc
How we think about anxiety (the physiological experience of cortisol and adrenaline pumping) has a lot to do with whether we overcome or succumb to it. Anxiety motivates us to prepare for important events and protects us when we are in harm’s way. However, anxiety becomes problematic when it is out of proportion to the situation in a way that interferes with daily activities. Affecting approximately one in six adults, anxiety disorders are the most frequently occurring behavioral health disorders; however, only about one-third of those suffering from an anxiety disorder receive treatment. We specialize in treating anxiety and related disorders using evidence-based treatment approaches that are supported by decades of research. We can help you or your loved one find a new balance and turn anxiety into strength.
Call today for your free 15 minute phone consultation at (512) 663-8447 to learn if therapy is a good choice for you.