Anxiety is the most common mental illness. It is also readily treatable. Often anxiety emerges when other feelings are not being addressed. It is hard to feel settled inside when we haven’t “listened” to our emotions and moved through them successfully. In this case, it acts as a blanket that covers up the difficult, seemingly frightening, emotions under the surface. All of our therapists are trained using techniques such as mindfulness to help you approach emotion in a grounded, centered manner, thereby not only reducing symptoms, but also finding greater strength, passion, and joy.
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If you are struggling with anxiety, whether it’s chronic tension or butterflies inside, social anxiety, OCD, panic attacks, phobias, or stress, we’re here to help.

We all experience anxiety or worry from time to time. However, sometimes this worry becomes difficult to control and so excessive that it starts to interfere with relationships, work, enjoying life, and overall wellbeing. Anxiety is problematic when you start to experience intense, excessive, and persistent worry about ordinary life events. Anxiety can present in various ways, including panic attacks, inability to stop thinking about one’s fears, nausea, decrease in interactions with others, or even sleeping issues.
At Chances, we help clients identify, understand, and control their symptoms of anxiety while healing the underlying causes of it. We fully understand how debilitating anxiety can become and work from a strength-based model to help our clients overcome anxiety as quickly as possible. Our therapists use treatment modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy while providing a safe, caring, and supportive environment for each and every client we treat.

What is anxiety?

Anxiety symptoms include:
  • Feeling nervous, restless, or tense
  • Sense of impending danger, panic, or doom
  • Increased heart rate
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Having trouble sleeping
  • Experiencing gastrointestinal problems
  • Difficulty controlling worry
  • Avoiding things that trigger anxiety
Anxiety can present in several different forms including:
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Panic Attacks & Panic Disorder
  • Phobias
  • Agoraphobia
  • Separation Anxiety