Anxiety & Panic Attacks

"Anxiety can put the brakes on life. You may not always know where the anxiety or panic attacks come from or how to overcome them. I can help with that."  ~James Blundo

Most people feel stressed, anxious, sad and depressed at times. Difficult situations can lead a person to feel sad, lonely, scared, nervous, or anxious. These feelings are normal reactions to life’s stressors. In fact, anxiety is a necessary warning signal of a dangerous or difficult situation. Without anxiety, we would have no way of anticipating difficulties ahead and preparing for them.

Talk therapy for anxiety & panic attacks

  • Chronic Anxiety is a feeling of fear, constant worry, unease, combined with apprehension, feeling uptight, and confused with an unrealistic view of problems.

  • Panic Attacks are attacks of fear and nervousness, accompanied with sweating and/or a racing heart, and out of proportion for the situation, which often is not threatening.

 

Where does stress come from?

Stress comes from an event or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous. Stressors are normal unless they continue long after the occurrence. If left unresolved they will continue to eat away at you, interfering with your everyday life.

 

Behaviorally this signals that there is something more to examine, and more reasons than you have considered so far.

Some people experience these feelings daily or nearly daily making it difficult to carry on with normal, everyday functioning. It is common for someone with an anxiety disorder to also suffer from depression. These symptoms are severe and upsetting enough to make individuals feel extremely uncomfortable, out of control, and helpless.

Understanding

James Blundo will help you understand the core of anxiety by figuring out the origins of the anxious memories. Instead of behavioral tricks or gimmicks, he will help you understand and integrate your thought processes and the feelings derived from distressful memories and distortions into a cohesive understanding of your adult self.

Let James help you put a stop to the helplessness.  Contact him at (248) 930-0644 or click here to schedule your appointment.  Talk therapy can help.