Anxiety is a highly stressful condition.
Your mind is often filled with worries, fears, and irritations.
Your body is tense a lot of the time.
You’re on guard, worrying that something “bad” is about to happen.
You fret about what happened in the past. You can’t let go of the “mistakes” you’ve made.
If this sounds like you, you’re NOT alone.
The World Health Organization (WHO) States that 33% of People Worldwide Suffer from Anxiety…
In fact, according to WHO, anxiety is the most common mental health problem in the world. AND, for those in the LGBT community the numbers of those suffering with anxiety are as high as 60%.
you may struggle with some of these symptoms of anxiety:
You’re often worried that you’re not going to do things the “right” way.
You’re anxious in social situations or avoid them entirely.
You have panic attacks where your heart beats fast and you have trouble breathing.
You’re always afraid that you may be targeted in some way due to your sexual orientation.
In addition to anxiety, you suffer from low moods and often feel depressed.
The Good News is That Anxiety Doesn’t Have to Be a Life Sentence…
I know you might be skeptical. Like many of my gay and bisexual clients, you’ve probably sought relief from anxiety for a long time without success. Maybe you’ve tried medication, different anxiety techniques, or have seen other therapists.
However, just because you haven’t yet been able to get a hold of your anxiety and find more calm and peace, doesn’t mean that you can’t.
Yes, anxiety can be challenging to overcome….but it IS possible.
You can gain control over your life.
You can feel safer and more comfortable in social situations.
You can feel more secure in your gay or bi-sexual identity.
You can wake up in the morning relaxed and eager to start your day.
You can accomplish more tasks and improve your work performance.
You can feel more confident and have better relationships.
All of the Above Are Possible Through Anxiety Therapy With Me
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I’m a gay male therapist who offers compassionate, judgment-free therapy to gay, bisexual & Queer men who struggle with anxiety and other problems.
I offer a safe and welcoming place to help you get freedom from fear, worry, and angst. I know what it is like to struggle with anxious thoughts as I have overcome anxiety in my own life.
For over 12 years, I’ve been providing mental health services in Atlanta, so I understand the challenges of being a member of the LGBT community in this city.
I use some of the most effective therapy approaches available today and customize them to your unique needs. These theories include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotion Focused Therapy EFT), and Mindfulness.