Naomi Bennett, M.S.W. RSW

Psychotherapist

Location of Therapist: Elmvale, ON

I teach people who suffer from anxiety techniques for diffusing it. Sometimes this involves breathing, toning, writing, exercise. It depends on who you are and what kind of anxiety you feel. When the symptoms of anxiety are lessened, it is often important to understand the cause. If it is your life circumstances, can you change them? If not, can you stop blaming yourself for the things which are not under your control? If your anxiety comes from expectations that your parents or other influential people had of you, we can work to change those expectations from the past into more realistic ideas of how to handle your present given the real circumstances of your life and of who you are.

Rebecca Brownell, M.T.S, RMFT

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 333 Mary Street, Orillia

Anxiety is often an experience and emotion that upsets and frustrates people the most as it is often obvious to others and results in public embarrassment or shame. Counselling can help you to better understand the physiology behind anxiety and to find better ways to manage it and reduce it so that it no longer controls you. Cognitive Behavioural therapy is best for managing anxiety. As are various other holistic considerations.

Family Kinnections, PhD, MA

Psychotherapist

Location: 35 4th Street East, Collingwood

Anxiety and stress often plagues many children and teens. At Family Kinnections we teach children and teens effective strategies for relaxation and managing stress. Often we utilize a skills based approach, with an emphasis on coping skills and relaxation techniques. We also integrate a cognitive element, which helps children and teens reframe their thoughts to be more positive and less worry based.

Cathy Cartwright, BA., MSW., RSW., AccFM

Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist, Family Mediator

Location: 391 First St., Suite 201, Unit 2, Collingwood

The combination of anxiety and stress is very common, and hugely problematic for many people. Combining self-awareness of your behavioural and thought processes, with the skills to change what has been previously problematic, can have tremendous results in helping you live a much more healthy and pleasurable life. There are many strategies including Mindfulness and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) skills, which have shown to provide widely applicable strategies to give relief. You will learn the techniques within sessions, and practice them between sessions, to reach a healthier way to go about your daily activities, interacting and enjoying life.

Michele Brett, MSW, RSW, AccFm, CPM

Registered Social Worker

Location: 79 Colborne Street East, Orillia

Anxiety and stress can effect our day to day lives in many ways. By exploring your individual ways in which you cope with these issues, we may begin to finds new ways to cope. Exploring your thoughts, feelings and behaviours can be helpful and insightful as to how this issue has become a challenge. in your life. By incorporating humour and a non-judegmental, client-centred approach may take the stress out of finding new coping strategies.

Joseph Johnson, M.A. (Clinical Psychology)

Clinical Psychotherapist

Location: 11 Ferris Lane, Suite 303, Barrie

Many people turn to medication in a quick attempt to suppress the symptoms of their anxiety or stress, but as long as the stress causing situation exists, so will the anxiety or stress. To truly alleviate the issue you have to fix it, not mask it with medication. The best proven method for treating anxiety is to learn to re-interpret the situation by lessening the perceived danger or increasing your coping skills. I can help you in a realtively short period of time using various techniques including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and neuro/biofeedback. We will work together to implement ways for you to control your anxiety and handle those bumps that life likes to throw our way!

Amy Johnson, MA

Couples and Individual Psychotherapist

Location: 11 Ferris Lane, Suite 303, Barrie

Clenched and sweaty hands, upset stomach, you feel like you might just throw up and pass out. These are symptoms of an anxiety attack. Many people experience this for the first time and think they are having a heart attack. While you feel like the anxiety attack has robbed you of your self-confidence in life, please know that there are ways to work around this very uncomfortable and often feared stress-related event. Don't let anxiety and stress rob you of your confidence and ability to live life to its fullest.

Margaret Mikkelborg, M.A. Psychology

Clinical Member, Ont. Society of Psychotherapists

Location: 13 Forrester Rd., Shanty Bay, Barrie

Anxiety often stems from a deep-seated need to control situations in a world that feels out of control. It always feels like a battle that is never completely won, only more or less managed. There is often a need to compensate for the stress with addictive substances that provide temporary relief, but this is a downhill slope. You will learn simple techniques to calm the animal body (your body) and you will also learn to tune into deeper truths and inner wisdom that will allow you to relax into your life and go with it. It's about having fun and learning to trust and dance with the energies of life.

Anita Pal, M.Sc., RMFT

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 17 Ross Street,, Barrie

Anxiety is perhaps the most misunderstood emotional response and most persistent issue I see in my practice. I offer effective strategies and ways to understand and reduce anxious feelings. Dealing effectively with anxiety includes leaving therapy with a felt sense that you are capable of coping not just with anxious feelings, but also fear, anger, and sadness. Clients report that they leave their therapy experience with me feeling like they have a much clearer understanding of what the anxiety is (and isn't), how to manage or totally reduce the anxiety they feel in the moment, and how to stop it from holding them back from the happiness they are looking for.

Elaine Horlings, B.A.Psych., M.Div. Clinical Counselling

Registered Psychotherapist and Life Coaching

Location Near Therapist: Midland, ON

There are many things in our lives that cause us stress and anxiety. Sometimes these stresses and anxieties become so big they can start to decide what it is we do or do not do. They can take over our lives. I can help you take your life back! Together we will work to recognize the triggers of stress and anxiety and how they interfere with what it is you want to accomplish. Utilizing relaxation skills, attention to self care and positive, realistic thinking anxiety and stress will be reduced to manageable levels; levels where you can decide what is best for you. Take back from anxiety and stress what is yours...your life.


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