However, dysfunctional anxiety can manifest in different ways such as: panic attacks, social anxiety, obsessions, irrational worry, and phobias.
Being in a constant or disproportionate state of anxiety serves no benefit and is in fact debilitating and overwhelming. Instead of being useful, it becomes a hindrance that interferes with the capacity to live a comfortable life.
There are effective ways to understand and manage our relationship with anxiety. Our psychologists can help you develop an approach for keeping anxiety in balance and for strengthening the personal resources that will unburden the strain of dysfunctional anxiety.
We also understand that every client’s needs and preferences are unique. Nexus Psychologists are highly trained in a wide variety of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, and are able to draw from these to ensure that our clients receive the therapy that will be most beneficial to them.