Online Therapist Articles: Anxiety

Treating Anxieties and Fear with Online Therapy

Treating Anxiety with Online Therapy and Counseling

Anyone who lives with anxiety, no matter the severity, knows first hand just how difficult it can make life; racing thoughts, constant worry, and an overwhelming sense of dread.

Though it's possible to experience anxiety from a single situation, it is usually a symptom accompanying any of these four anxiety disorders:

Those disorders are:

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post-Traumatic ...

Online Therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Online Therapy for PTSD

Life is full of traumatic and terrifying events that tend to occur at one point or another in our lives. These events can cause intense fear, horror, guilt, and feelings of helplessness. While the body has a built-in mechanism to handle moderate shock and fatigue from these events, excessive exposure to trauma, particularly where physical or psychological harm is involved, can lead to Post...

Online Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Online Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Each year over 4 million adult Americans suffer Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). GAD is a condition characterized by exaggerated and excessive anxiety over day-to-day events, which can begin in childhood, adolescence, or even adulthood.

Statistics show women being more vulnerable to GAD than men.

A majority of patients with generalized anxiety disorder symptoms have an inward tendency to...

Online Help for Phobias

Online Therapy for Phobias

A phobia generally refers to an unreasonable and overwhelming fear of a situation or an object which provokes avoidance and anxiety but poses little real danger. Unlike the common brief anxieties people feel, phobias are long-lasting and potentially cause intense psychological and physical reactions, which affect your ability to operate normally either at work or within social contexts.

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Online Help for Panic Disorder

Find an Online Therapist for Panic Disorder Help

Panic disorder, as a condition, most often begins in late adolescence and early adulthood. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the condition affects close to 2.4 million adult Americans, which translates to 1.1 percent of the entire population.

Panic disorder strikes without reason or warning, and the affected person expresses a disproportionate fear response for...

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