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Anxiety Therapy

Psychotherapy to help you overcome anxiety and regain control of your life.

Anxiety therapy can help you find relief from:

Physical & emotional symptoms

Worries that interfere with daily life

The fear that holds you back

Anxiety can leave you feeling isolated and on edge.

Racing thoughts and constant worry about the “what ifs” drain both your mental and physical energy, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and “frozen”. This constant cycle can disrupt your daily life, affect your sleep, and impact your overall well-being.

Anxiety treatment can help you live in the present rather than worrying about the future

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What Is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a natural response to stress or danger, but when it becomes excessive or overwhelming, it can interfere with daily life and make even the simplest tasks feel insurmountable. It can feel like you’re putting on a mask each day; on the outside, you seem fine, but inside you’re struggling to keep it
together, praying it doesn’t show.

Excessive anxiety can manifest with emotional or physical symptoms, such as constant worrying, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, a racing heart, or shortness of breath. The symptoms can live along a wide range of severity, from high-functioning to frequent panic attacks.

Anxiety therapy can offer the support you need to manage anxious thoughts and restore a sense of calm and control in your life.

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Types Of Anxiety Disorders

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Persistent and excessive worry or anxiety about various aspects of life, often accompanied by physical symptoms.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

A mental health condition triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, often with flashbacks, nightmares, and severe anxiety.

Panic Disorder

Sudden and intense fear attacks, or feelings of impending doom, often accompanied by physical symptoms.

Social Anxiety Disorder

A form of anxiety that causes you to avoid social situations due to an intense fear of judgment or embarrassment.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Intrusive thoughts (obsessions) and repetitive behaviors (compulsions) that interfere with your daily life.

Specific Phobias

Intense and irrational fears of specific objects, situations, or activities, leading to avoidance behavior and significant distress.

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How Anxiety Therapy Can Help

Therapy for anxiety can help you:
Therapy provides a safe and supportive environment to explore the root cause of your anxiety and work towards managing or overcoming it.
In therapy, we can teach you practical techniques to manage symptoms that help you navigate challenging situations with greater ease and resilience.
Through therapy, you can learn to challenge and reframe negative thought patterns that fuel anxiety, replacing them with more balanced and realistic perspectives.
Anxiety therapy can help you build resilience by developing effective problem-solving skills, improving self-esteem, and fostering a greater sense of confidence in your ability to cope with challenges.
Therapy offers a supportive and nonjudgmental space where you can express your feelings and concerns openly, receiving guidance and encouragement from a trained professional as you work towards managing anxiety, and improving overall well-being.
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Why Work With
Coping Resource Center

We believe therapy should be action-oriented. It’s not just what happens inside the session but how it applies to your life outside of therapy.

Our goal is to provide you with the support and tools you need to create meaningful change in your life!

Liz Ross

Dr. Liz Ross | Founder

PH.D.
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Our practice is built on:

Integrity

We’re committed to offering you the most advanced and effective treatments tailored to your needs. We invest in the latest tools and treatment options, including virtual reality for exposure therapy, to ensure you receive the highest standard of care.

EMPATHY

Our clinicians understand what you’re facing. We listen, believe, and validate your experiences. If you’ve faced medical issues or trauma that others might have dismissed we offer the support you need to overcome challenges and live with peace of mind.

Collaboration

We help you get the results you need. You are the center of your own care, and we offer practical tools and strategies to help you cope with and manage each challenge that arises. We work as a team to ensure you are matched with the best therapist for your care.

We offer real human connection, grounded in science and focused on results.

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How Anxiety Therapy Works

By using effective, evidence-based modalities such as CBT, DBT, ACT, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing, we teach you how to apply simple, practical strategies in your everyday life, helping you gain the strength and confidence to not only face your current difficulties but also to handle future challenges more effectively.

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We look at the whole you

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We get clear on a direction

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We help you move forward

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Questions About Anxiety Therapy

Yes, our therapists will teach you strategies to better manage your worries and feel more confident to manage what life throws at you. Through evidence-based techniques, compassion, and guidance, you can learn strategies to cope with anxiety, gain insights into underlying causes, and develop skills to navigate challenging situations more effectively. While results may vary for each person, many people find that therapy becomes valuable resource for addressing anxiety and achieving meaningful progress towards their goals.
CBT is different than just “thinking positively.” Often those struggling with anxiety tend to over-estimate how scary or dangerous events or situations are. Our goal is to help you to take a broader perspective and feel more balanced in the way you are managing your stress and anxiety.
Anxiety is an adaptive emotion that keeps us from engaging in activities that are potentially life-threatening. When someone has an anxiety disorder, our internal fire alarm system is going off all the time, meaning it is telling us situations are dangerous or life-threatening when they are not. So while the goal of this treatment is help you manage the disorder, you will still feel the full range of emotions that are protective to us as humans.
If your anxiety significantly interferes with your daily life, relationships, work, or school, or if you find yourself constantly overwhelmed by worry or fear, it may be beneficial to seek therapy. Additionally, if you’re experiencing physical symptoms like panic attacks or if your anxiety is accompanied by other mental health concerns such as depression, therapy can provide valuable support and tools to help you manage your symptoms effectively.
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With support, things can get better

Because every person and situation is different, we can’t guarantee a specific timeline or results. However, with time and consistency, you may notice that you:

Anxiety therapy can help you regain control over your life

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Take The First Step

If you’re ready to get started, you can book online using our secure booking platform.

Have questions? Schedule a free 15 minute consultation, submit a message via our contact form, or call us.

Please note: Not all our therapists can be booked online. If you’re unable to book with a specific provider, please contact us via the contact form or by phone.

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832-278-1849

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2211 Norfolk Street, Suite 455 Houston TX 77098

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Coping Resource Center

The support you need to cope with anxiety and cultivate a sense of inner peace.