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Areas of Treatment

Anxiety & Panic Attacks


Anxiety can manifest as a formidable force, encompassing symptoms like sleepless nights, racing thoughts and an inability to fully participate in daily life. These manifestations offer valuable insights into the presence of cognitive distortions or inaccurate beliefs that magnify negative thinking patterns. However, it is crucial to acknowledge that anxiety does not have to dictate one’s existence.


Intertwined with anxiety are panic attacks, which can be profoundly debilitating. The brain mistakenly triggers the “fight or flight” response, perceiving imminent danger even when there is no real threat. This leads to distressing physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, difficulty breathing, excessive sweating and trembling. To avoid future panic attacks, individuals may start avoiding specific locations, people or situations where such episodes have previously occurred. Unfortunately, this fear-driven avoidance limits one’s ability to live a fulfilling life.


By engaging in therapy, it becomes possible to identify potential triggers and underlying belief systems that contribute to the intensity of anxiety and panic. By collectively recognizing irrational thoughts and anxious expectations, clients learn effective tools and coping mechanisms that foster constructive and positive self-dialogue. Through dedicated practice and effective strategies, individuals can reduce the impact of anxiety, thus expanding their horizons and embracing new opportunities.

Source: Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health

You Are Not Alone

Anxiety disorders affect nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States.

Women are more than twice as likely as men to have an anxiety disorder in their lifetime. 

In the past year, women were almost twice as likely as men to have symptoms of depression.

Depression is NOT a normal part of being a woman. 

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Depression

We believe true healing begins with understanding. We’ll first explore the various ways depression can manifest itself, impacting not only your emotional well-being, but also your physical health, relationships and overall quality of life. 


Using evidence-based therapeutic approaches tailored to your individual needs, we’ll work collaboratively to explore the roots of your depression, develop coping strategies and build resilience. The goal is to empower you to regain control over your life, find a sense of purpose and rediscover joy.


You don’t have to face depression alone. We are committed to creating an empathetic space where you can openly express your thoughts and feelings, without judgement. Mountain Laurel Therapy can set you on a path toward healing growth and a brighter tomorrow. Take the first step by scheduling an appointment today.

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