Counseling for Stress Management

Stress is an emotional and physical response to the pressures and demands of life. It is normal to experience occasional stress from time to time, but frequent or even chronic stress can have long-term implications. In addition to affecting your relationships and quality of life, ongoing stress can manifest with physical symptoms, such as anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, appetite changes, and tension headaches. Some people even turn to substance abuse or addiction when stress becomes unmanageable. With stress management counseling, you can learn how to identify stress factors and either avoid them or approach them in a healthy and positive way.

Did you know?

that more than half of Americans suffer from stress on an everyday basis? Much of the stress Americans face is work or family-related. However, the vast majority of Americans name money as their primary source of stress. According to an international study by Reader’s Digest, money is not only the number one cause of stress in America but in most countries around the world.

How do I get started with mental health counseling?

Contact us and our reception intake team will schedule you for mental health therapy with a mental health therapist who specializes in depression.  If medication is needed, we offer medication management with licensed psychiatrists.