Anxiety 

  • We all experience occasional anxiety, but if you feel that your anxiety is persistent, seemingly uncontrollable, or overwhelming, you may have an anxiety disorder. 

  • Anxiety disorders include Generalized Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Specific Phobias, Separation Anxiety, and Selective Mutism. 

  • Anxiety disorders are the most common psychiatric illness, and it is estimated that 40 million American adults suffer from anxiety disorders. 

  • Anxiety can keep us from thriving or doing the things we want due to worry, fear, and avoidance. 

  • We all experience occasional anxiety, but if you feel that your anxiety is persistent, seemingly uncontrollable, or overwhelming, you may have an anxiety disorder. 

  • Anxiety disorders include Generalized Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Specific Phobias, Separation Anxiety, and Selective Mutism. 

  • Anxiety disorders are the most common psychiatric illness, and it is estimated that 40 million American adults suffer from anxiety disorders. 

  • Anxiety can keep us from thriving or doing the things we want due to worry, fear, and avoidance. 

Depression

  • Like anxiety, we can all expect to have times in our lives that we feel down, sad, or are just having a bad day.

  • However, if you have been feeling sad, hopeless, unmotivated, or disinterested for two or more weeks, you might be struggling with depression. ​

Additional Symptoms of Depression: 

  • Difficulty getting out of bed 

  • Having a hard time enjoying yourself, even with activities or people who you normally enjoy

  • Weight fluctuations

  • Sleep Distrubance 

  • Feeling fatigued

  • Concentration difficulties

  • Thoughts of death or dying, or thoughts of harming yourself

Many people suffer from both Anxiety and Depression. Fortunately, both of these disorders are highly treatable. Through treatment, you will be able to thrive and live a more meaningful life.