Anxiety Counseling and Treatment

Do you…

  • Have racing thoughts that do not stop no matter how much you try?
  • Have moments of intense fear where your heart is beating very fast?
  • Wake up startled in the middle of the night for no apparent reason?
  • Second guess most of your decisions and your overall future?
  • Have trouble initiating conversations and avoid social gatherings?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be suffering with an excessive amount of anxiety.

Anxiety is an emotion that we all experience from time to time to varying degrees of intensity. Just like joy, disappointment and frustration, anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes and is usually in response to an identifiable stressor or experience.

It is when anxiety becomes very intense and remains at that intense level for a significant amount of time that it can affect your everyday functioning. If you experience an intense, chronic sense of nervousness or worry and it is negatively impacting your functioning at home, work or in relationships, we are here to help. Give us a call at or send us a text to (973) 891-0793 if you are seeking relief and would like to learn more about how to cope with it.

Once anxiety reaches clinical levels, it can fall into various categories. Some people may feel overly worried and anxious when separated from a loved one while others are very fearful of entering social situations. Some individuals are afraid of specific objects, animals or situations while others experience a sudden surge of anxiety that turns into a panic attack. Some people have difficulty speaking in certain social situations while others have fears of leaving their home. Some folks might experience chronic worry about a number of activities and events and have trouble controlling the amount of worry. Others may have obsessive thoughts and engage in compulsive behaviors as a way of coping with their thoughts.

Excessive anxiety can manifest differently in everyone. You have an opportunity to take charge of your life and feel better.

Anxiety disorders are the #1 mental health condition diagnosed and treated in the United States in adults. Our highly skilled clinical psychologists can help you regain power over your life and achieve your goals. Through supportive, insight-oriented psychotherapy coupled with cognitive-behavioral techniques and mindfulness-based strategies, we can guide you through this learning and healing process.

There is no need to suffer any longer. You are not alone. We are here to help you on this path toward relief and emotional health.