You don’t have to suffer from anxiety.
There are times in all our lives when stress, anxiety, and worry can become a barrier to moving forward. Excessive worry can present itself as over-thinking or over-analyzing behaviors. Over time, anxiety and worry can erode self-confidence and self-worth. Anxiety and worry can arise when there is a loss of a relationship, divorce, or career change. Unresolved grief or ongoing stress often leads to anxiety.
How does mindfulness-based cognitive behavior psychotherapy work?
Mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy is an evidence-based counseling method that measurably reduces anxiety, stress, and worry. The combination of mindfulness-based practices with evidence based cognitive behavioral therapy can help you observe your thoughts and emotions rather than re-live painful experiences. Through mindfulness-based cognitive therapy you can experience greater positive emotions such as compassion, joy, equanimity, and empathy. When combined with practical skills, you can experience relief from ongoing anxiety and stress.
Sonia has been recognized as a specialist with expertise in high-conflict divorce, anger, anxiety, and stress related issues. She is licensed in New York and Colorado.