Anxiety can be an uncomfortable and frustrating struggle. There are many forms anxiety can take. Anxiety can be a mind-based experience — worrying, obsessing, ruminating, racing thoughts, catastrophic thinking, mental panic, etc. Anxiety can also be a physiological experience where you may feel body tension, stomach and digestive discomfort, nausea, headaches and migraines, fast heartbeat, hyperventilation, etc.
You may also feel like you have more energy than your body can handle, the need to constantly be on the move, or may even feel paralyzed and unable to make decisions or be productive at all. You may feel a constant sense of being overwhelmed or depleted, and may also desire to remove yourself from certain situations, people, or otherwise. You may also experience feelings of inferiority, low self-esteem, low self-worth, the need to control situations and people at times, as well as other symptoms that anxiety can cause.
In my therapy practice, I have worked closely with the various forms of anxiety for over a decade. This includes generalized anxiety, and also anxieties related to things such as relationships, major life transitions and decision-making, career, school, dating, flying and other phobias, money, social anxiety, sex, test-taking, and other places where anxiety rears its head.
In our work together, I first want to learn about you and what you are struggling with. We will go at your pace to help you work through the anxiety you’re carrying with you so you can feel more calm, comfortable, and relaxed in your life. Visit the my approach page to learn more about my work.
Contact Nathan for a therapy or coaching consultation. Therapy services are provided in-person in New York City. Online coaching services are offered nationally and internationally.
**At the present time, new therapy and coaching intakes are currently welcome via online video sessions.