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RYAN HENDRICKS, PHD, RCSW
Do you experience unwanted distressing thoughts? If so, you may find yourself thinking that the worst is going to happen. You might feel tense or 'on edge.' You may feel like you can't be yourself.
When feeling anxious, you may feel compelled to do certain behaviours to relieve the anxiety (e.g., seeking reassurance from friends or family members, trying to think positively, or avoiding specific items, places or people). While it may work for a short time, the anxiety likely returns.
Anxiety can lead you to miss out on what's important to you. Life is too short to let anxiety control you. So what can you realistically do about it?
I offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Exposure and Response Prevention for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Exposure and Response Prevention is an effective treatment for OCD.
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