Anxiety Therapy for New Yorkers

Discover how effective anxiety therapy in NYC can help you to better navigate through life’s challenges. Reach out for a free consultation and take the first step towards tranquility.

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Understanding anxiety

Anxiety symptoms can hold you back. Whether it’s a racing heart, constant worry, or social withdrawal, anxiety’s grip can make daily life feel overwhelming. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Disorder, and Social Anxiety Disorder are just a few examples of the many forms anxiety can take. But there’s hope. Recognizing your unique experience and seeking professional anxiety therapy in NYC is the first step toward reclaiming your life.

Symptoms of anxiety

Anxiety can manifest through various symptoms. Below are some of the most common symptoms experienced by those living with anxiety.

  • Physical: Racing heart, sweating, trembling, hot flashes/chills
  • Emotional: Worry, fear, apprehension, irritability
  • Cognitive: Racing thoughts, difficulty concentrating, memory problems
  • Behavioral: Avoidance behaviors, compulsive actions

Our approach to anxiety therapy

Seeking therapy for anxiety is a courageous step. At Holding Hope, we believe in a collaborative approach to therapy. We’re your compassionate partners on this journey, offering a personalized, evidence-based approach to manage your anxiety. Our respect for your personal experiences and wisdom forms the foundation of our collaborative ethos. We believe your story matters just as much as the tools we provide. Together, we’ll weave a supportive space where your past experiences inform present growth. We’ll provide you with the toolkit to manage your anxiety while guiding you towards solutions that empower you to rewrite your narrative with anxiety from the ground up.


Why choose us for anxiety therapy in NYC?

  • Personalized Approach: We tailor our therapy plans to your individual needs and goals, taking into account your specific type of anxiety and life circumstances.
  • Evidence-Based Techniques: Together, we have expertise in many models of therapy, Internal Family Systems therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, EMDR, and more to help you manage your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
  • Compassionate Support: We create a safe and supportive space where you can feel heard and understood without judgment.
  • Convenience: We offer appointments via telehealth, making therapy accessible and flexible for your busy schedule.
  • Experienced Therapists: Our therapists are licensed professionals with extensive experience in treating anxiety disorders.

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