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Anxiety Therapy Kelowna
Our team of Registered Clinical Counsellors in Kelowna, have specialties in different areas, and can assist you with anxiety, depression, trauma, online counselling, and much more. Our Okanagan Well Beings office provides therapy services for adolescents, teens, adults, seniors, and couples. The right fit with your counsellor and schedule is such an important part of counselling, so we are happy to help you find that.
It is Possible to Reduce - and Even Heal - Anxiety Therapy in Kelowna
We are certified Anxiety Counsellors in Kelowna. helping you to find your voice and take control of your emotional well-being.
Anxiety is one of the most prevalent mental health conditions in Canada and the number one concern that brings people to therapy. Anxiety usually manifests in the form of unpleasant thoughts and physical symptoms.
If you’re spending a lot of time thinking about potential scenarios that are out of your control, you might be suffering from anxiety or an anxiety disorder. Many patients with anxiety also report that they “worry about everything and anything” and don’t really have one big trigger to attribute their anxiety to.
As leaders in anxiety therapy treatment, we provide scientifically-based interventions that result in rapid anxiety relief for our patients.
Stop Anxiety from Consuming Your Life
Your anxiety may be caused by many factors but regardless of its cause, therapy can help you get relief. Our therapists in Kelowna can help you overcome anxiety symptoms like these:
The Benefits of Anxiety Therapy with Us
The good news is that here at Well Beings Counselling, our compassionate therapists specialize in anxiety counselling – providing several evidence-based treatments that are highly effective for reducing anxiety. These include Mindfulness, ACT, DBT & CBT.
Our Team of Anxiety Counsellors in Kelowna
Frequently Asked Questions About Anxiety Therapy
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Social Phobia (or Social Anxiety Disorder)
Trauma, stress and difficult experiences in childhood are common triggers for anxiety problems. Going through something very traumatic when you're young likely will have a big impact on your future levels of worry or fearfulness. The effects from these events can last forever - it's important that we find ways to work through them as soon possible!
Anxiety is a normal part of life, but when it interferes with your day-to-day activities and causes feelings like panic or fear; then you may have an anxiety disorder.
Most people with anxiety disorders never fully eliminate their anxiety. The main goal for most people living with an anxiety disorder is control and learning how to manage their feelings and get through difficult situations without allowing the fear to build up too much. Many individuals have found that therapy helps reduce or eliminate negative thoughts associated with anxiety symptoms while also teaching coping skills.