Anxiety therapy in NYC
Anxiety therapy in NYC tips from Dr. Jayme Albin. If you are a person who has anxiety, stress and depression you probably experience
- Thoughts that are uncontrollable and worrisome.
- Body sensations that are uncomfortable and tiresome. This may cause panic and feel alarming including having increased heart rate, shallow breathing, dizziness and muscle tension.
- Behaviors that hurt your performance such as procrastination, avoiding, being passive, overly aggressive, seeking reassurance or over -indulging .
- Health problems such as trouble sleeping, (cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia) migraines, stress headaches, panic attacks, constipation, thyroid conditions
- You might be experiencing additional irritability, emotional outbursts, and depression
These are all common anxiety symptoms. Anxiety therapy in NYC can change these symptoms and more.
Watch Dr. Jayme Albin speak about some her evidenced based treatments for anxiety therapy in NYC (also available over the phone/ telatherapy/ video conferencing)
Worrisome thinking is common for anyone who is over worked and feeling stressed out. Stress leads to anxiety, because when you feel stressed out it means you are low on energy and you then stop feeding your rational brain. The mind then focuses on what is “threatening, vulnerable and problematic about the situation” not what is “solvable, good or helpful”.
How can you overcome stress and anxiety with anxiety therapy in NYC?
Anxiety therapy in NYC works to alter not just how you think in reaction to the stress but we work together in a collaborative way to develop new ways to approach your life, problems and goals.
Here are a few cognitive therapy tips we teach and develop with clients experiencing anxious thinking and who want to change automatic thinking.
- Gain certainty. Focus on what is certain about the situation. Often we focus on what is uncertain when feel anxious and worry.
- Get empowered. Often we discount what is available instead you should count what resources, and sources of support you have.
- Get informed. Get specific and focused on information Ask for clarity when information is not clear and it’s important. When it is not important move on.
- Get action oriented. Decide what actions need to be taken next to move you towards what you want.
- Learn how to be flexible in your mind: Remember nothing happens over night. Often times when we become overwhelmed in our thinking with anxiety we see problems as large obstacles not as things that have ebbs and flows.
- Visualize your success: Nothing is more helpful than believing in your own capabilities and seeing your success has a powerful impact on the brain.
- Try the carrot exercise. click here to see the video
Expert Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & EMDR for Anxiety & Stress in NYC. Fast & Effective treatments. Dr. Jayme Albin is a Licensed Psychologist and Yoga Instructor. She is an expert in the treatment of anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, body image and weight problems and how they impact goals and relationships