Eva Van Prooyen, MFT
Everyone feels anxious from time to time — like when you're running late, trying something new, or interviewing for a job. People with ‘anxiety issues’ can feel some anxiety or worry almost constantly. Some people have specific phobias or have experienced trauma in their past that results in trouble concentrating, irritability, anger, poor concentration, difficulty remembering things, increased tendency and reaction to being startled, and hypervigilance to threat.
People living with anxiety often anticipate and fear disaster, have feelings of dread, or have exaggerated worries about a wide range of issues, from their health to their families to their daily responsibilities. Yet even when they recognize that the worrying is excessive, it is hard to control.
A vast majority of people dealing with issues of anxiety can be helped with therapy -get the help you deserve - contact Eva Van Prooyen, MFT (805) 845-4960