Looking for solutions to anxiety? You have come to the right place.
Does anxiety wash over you like a crashing wave? You feel that once the feelings of anxiety begin, you don't know how to restore a sense of calmness and a sense of being in control? Do you sometimes lose sleep because you cannot relax or slow your thoughts down enough to rest and get the sleep you desperately need? You CAN begin to feel a sense of control over anxiety and panic (attacks) and learn a variety of cognitive and behaviour based techniques that can put you on the path to improving your control over anxiety.
What does anxiety feel like?
Tanya Hansen is trained in CBT (Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy) and REBT (Rational-Emotive Behavioural Therapy) and can assist in providing a straight-forward and practical approach to working through anxiety and has additional training in working with social anxiety.
Tanya Hansen is trained in CBT (Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy) and REBT (Rational-Emotive Behavioural Therapy) and can assist in providing a straight-forward and practical approach to working through ANXIETY and its common co-occurring partner, depression.
Stress management is an important concept in managing symptoms of anxiety and depression. Having specific stress management tools and coping strategies can make a difference.
There can sometimes be great days in-between, and then the waves of depression can seem to re-appear as suddenly as they lifted. What if there was a lifeline in the form of TOOLS to OVERCOMING depression and managing the symptoms for the long-term?
Having the support of a trained psychotherapist to walk this journey with you and to provide the support and accountability you need to start on the road to managing depression can be an excellent start on the road to recovery.
Depression can co-occur with anxiety and stress and can have a negative impact on anxiety and stress symptoms. There are many symptoms of depression that can have a significant impact on the most important aspects of our life: fatigue; low energy. mood swings, lack of motivation etc., which can result in issues with work, school, relationships, and family.
Having a structured approach to working through depression utilizing principles of CBT (Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy); DBT (Dialectical Behavioural Therapy), and REBT (Rational-Emotive Behavioural Therapy) are well researched and proven methods for combating depression and anxiety.
For information on some of the approaches utilized in counselling, see also www.anxietycanada.com