Anxiety and Specific Phobias
Almost everyone experiences anxiety. Most people get anxious before public speaking or on a first date. However, when anxiety becomes begins to affect your daily life, it may be time to seek professional help.
Generalized Anxiety is characterized by excessive worry and anxiety about everyday situations. Common themes in generalized anxiety includes worry about finances, family life, and health that impact your daily life.
Social Anxiety is more than being shy. Social Anxiety can interfere with daily life. A person with Social Anxiety will often take extreme measures to avoid social situations, or endure them with significant distress.
Specific Phobias are an extreme fear of specific places, objects or situations that cause someone great distress when faced with their fear. Common phobias include flying, dogs, spiders, heights, and small spaces.