Do you always worry that something bad will happen?
Do you feel as if you have lost control of your life?
Does your apprehension make it tricky to get on with regular life and enjoy each day?
These are some of the signs of anxiety. Anxiety can be cruel. It can steal joy from even the happiest of moments in your life. Over time, anxiety can cause low self-esteem, feelings of doubt, and hopelessness that things will improve.
I’ve been supporting children with anxiety for years. I know strategies that work, and we can work together to find tools for your toolbox that will help you live your life on your terms.
Anxiety can cause both physical and emotional symptoms that can impair your ability to get through the day-to-day. Some of these symptoms include constant worry, feelings of dread, withdrawal from others, intense fear, rapid heartbeat, increased need to urinate, and an upset stomach. Sleep and appetite can also be negatively impacted. Children experiencing anxiety often begin to avoid social situations, cry frequently, are often stressed, and may have changes in sleep and appetite.
Over my years of experience, I have worked with both children and young adults with anxiety. While anxiety is never a pleasant experience, anxiety in children can be especially painful for parents to watch. I can provide parents tools to feel empowered in supporting their child through anxiety.
Anxiety is not your fault or caused by anything you have or haven’t done. Your child’s anxiety is also not your fault.
The good news is that there is help for you.
Let’s work together to help you take control of your anxiety.
People often fear judgement when seeking help for anxiety. I do not pass judgment. I am here to provide support and help you reach the answers you seek.