Teletherapy For Anxiety Can Help While Living Through Unprecedented Times
As COVID subsides, many of its anxieties remain, as we’ve seen both in and out of our NYC teletherapy sessions. These have been–and still are–anxious times and it is normal to experience some level of anxiety right now. However, it’s also easy to let your anxiety take over completely. Reaching out to us for a phone or video therapy session can change that.
Online Therapy Can Be Stabilizing For Anxiety
For many, the uncertainty and fear of COVID caused anxiety to spiral. Enhancing our online therapy offerings in response to COVID-19 and continuing our virtual therapy practice even after quarantine restrictions lift, we know allowing this anxiety to flame doesn’t help much either.
Leaning into your fear and allowing it to drive your life has caused many people to drink much more than they would normally, to isolate from loved ones, to sleep in, and to forget basic hygiene and healthy eating habits. Even if you are trying to channel this stress, your anxiety can still be in control, not you.
While inviting a therapist into your home to discuss these issues can feel vulnerable, teletherapy and video therapy for anxiety can be stabilizing. We can help teach you the skills you need to regain or maintain control, as well as prevent excessive worry.
Phone And Video Therapy For Anxiety Can Put You (Rather Than The Anxiety) Back In The Driver’s Seat
The reality of living during unprecedented times means that there’s no self-care blog or listicle that has the perfect answers that will work specifically for you. In remote therapy for anxiety, our online therapists work with you, as an individual, focusing on your strengths, as well as the deep roots of your anxiety and what is happening now. We will create a plan to lessen your anxiety, bring you back in connection with yourself, and put you (rather than the anxiety) back in the driver’s seat.