Therapy for Persistent, Generalized Anxiety at Right Path Counseling

Find Help for Anxiety and Stress with the Engaging, Supportive Anxiety Therapists at Right Path Counseling on Long Island

There is more than one way to experience anxiety. Some people find themselves severely afraid of specific objects or situations. Others have profound anxiety attacks that are physical as well as mental. Some people struggle with recurring thoughts that cause them severe distress. But for many, anxiety is more of a present and ongoing condition, one that reduces their quality of life.

  • Do you feel like you’re anxious for no clear reason?
  • Do you often feel tense, on edge, or with unexplained issues like upset stomach.
  • Do you worry often, or find your mind racing over concerns and fears?
  • Do you feel like you have anxiety that is sometimes manageable, but is always present?

Generalized anxiety disorder presents itself in many different ways. Some people do not worry often, but have many of the physical symptoms of anxiety and show signs of being on edge. Others worry often, or experience severe and persistent anxiety that never seems to go away. How generalized anxiety disorder manifests is not as important as you making the commitment to see treatment.

Right Path Counseling is a Long Island psychotherapy practice located in Jericho, NY. Our therapists are kind, caring, and experienced in the latest science as it relates to mental health treatment and support. Our staff will match you with a therapist that that is able to address your needs, helping you receive the care and direction you need to reclaim your life from anxiety and stress.

Start the process of getting matched with a therapist today. Call (516) 247-6457, or use our online form to connect with someone on our team.

Introduction to Generalized Anxiety Disorder

This type of persistent, ongoing anxiety is typically known as “generalized anxiety.” It is a type of consistent anxiety that is sometimes manageable, sometimes not, but often there in a way that negatively impacts a person’s life. Like many mental health issues, generalized anxiety doesn’t present itself as the same for every person, as some have more physical symptoms, some have more worries, etc., but symptoms traditionally include:

  • Feelings of restlessness
  • Trouble concentration.
  • Rapid heartbeat.
  • Shaking or sweating.
  • Worries, not necessarily about any one specific thing.
  • Insomnia.
  • Stressful thoughts.

It is possible for the symptoms of anxiety to show up for no clear reason, where a person simply feels anxious even without thinking any anxious thoughts. Sometimes, a person finds that they worry about things easily where, when something goes wrong, their thoughts immediately go to some type of worry. No matter how you experience this type of anxiety, we want to help you learn how to treat it and be able to move forward in your life.

Treatment for Anxiety at Right Path Counseling

Right Path Counseling is a psychotherapy center in Jericho, NY, serving much of the Long Island community. Our therapists understand your unique individuality, and address your anxieties and concerns in ways that are unique to you and your characteristics. We believe in evidence based treatments, opening the door to many different approaches to therapy, including:

  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
  • Psychoanalytic Therapy
  • Gestalt Therapy
  • Positive Psychology
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy
  • Psychodynamic Theory

Individual therapists also have their own approaches and expertise, which is why we also want a chance to talk to you and learn more about you in order to make sure that the treatment you receive is right for you. We are confident that we can support you in your recovery and know that our therapists – each and every one of them – will be there to help.

Based in Jericho, NY, we are conveniently located all throughout Nassau County, including Hicksville, Syosset, Plainview, Bethpage, Brookville, and beyond. If you’re looking for a therapist on Long Island to help you with your anxiety, contact Right Path Counseling, today.