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Relationship Anxiety

You’re finally in a relationship that checks all the boxes. It’s what you’ve wanted for while—a partner who respects you and cares about your relationship just as much as you do.

 

Yet underneath it all, you can’t seem to shake the feelings that have you questioning the integrity of your relationship.

 

Nothing is going wrong, but you always feel like the other shoe is about to drop. No, you’re not crazy.

 

What you’re feeling has a name. It is Relationship Anxiety.

 

Relationship Anxiety is a common part of relationships. Your worry doesn’t mean that you’re crazy, or that your relationship is destined to fail. It doesn’t matter which part of your relationship you’re in, relationship anxiety can affect anyone, even if you’ve been in a committed, long-term relationship for a while now.

 

In the long-term, relationship anxiety can lead to the end of your relationship.

 

However, before it even gets to that you can be experiencing extreme symptoms that affect the quality of your life like: emotional distress, low motivation, fatigue and even an uneasy stomach.

 

If you’re currently in this situation, rest assured that you are in the right place.

 

Here at Blue Oak Counseling Services, we have helped individuals going through the same issues as you overcome their relationship anxiety through our online therapy services.

 

We can help you go on to lead happy, fulfilling lives in secure relationships.

 

Our therapy program focuses on enriching your life, teaching you how to maintain your identity, becoming more mindful, learning how to communicate more effectively, and how to avoid acting impulsively when a feeling arises.

 

By the end of your treatment program, you and your partner will be able to understand each other better, and learn ways to manage the anxiety associated with your relationship.

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Social Anxiety

Over the years, many people have mistaken social anxiety for just “shyness.” Maybe you feel fear about being judged by others while out in public.

 

Or, it could be that you feel extremely self-conscious in regular, day-to-day situations.

 

It could even be that you go out of your way to avoid meeting new people.

Do you frequently experience feelings of dread, pounding heart by the slightest though of being in the public or around a large group of people?

Or, if you often think "But what if they laugh at me, or think what I say is stupid, I'd rather not say anything at all."

If you feel this way, then you may have a social anxiety disorder.

 

If you feel you may be dealing with a social anxiety disorder, rest assured that you are not alone. Many people deal with it on a daily basis.

 

In fact, it is estimated that over fifteen million, or 7% of the adult population experience social anxiety symptoms. The fact that you’re searching for information about social anxiety is already a step in the right direction.

 

Here at Blue Oak Counseling Services, we can help you overcome your fear of being judged and watched by others. Having social anxiety doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying your life to the fullest.

 

Through our online therapy sessions, we’ll help you learn new ways of thinking, behaving and reacting in situations that cause you anxiety.

 

Ready to start managing your social anxiety? Click here to reach out to us! A member of our team will be happy to discuss the next steps with you.

Work Stress/ Anxiety

Even though you might not be living with a diagnosed anxiety disorder, you could be susceptible to the kind of anxiety that arises from something we can’t avoid—going to work.

 

Ongoing stress at your workplace can cause anxiety, something that over 40% of Americans experience on a daily basis.

 

Work Stress Anxiety is a real problem, and there are ways of managing it.

 

Do you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night thinking about work, or have trouble falling asleep after a work day?

 

Are you hounded by feelings of fatigue, tiredness or have a racing heart?

 

Do you dread going to work each day, and find yourself avoiding interactions with certain people in the office? If so, you may be dealing with work stress anxiety.

 

Many things can cause this sort of thing, from the type of job you do, to the kind of people you have to interact with on a daily basis.

 

Regardless of this, here at Blue Oak Counseling Services, or online therapy program can help you manage the symptoms of work stress anxiety.

 

If your anxiety about work is affecting the quality of your life as well as the other relationships in your life, then therapy can definitely help manage your symptoms, and develop a plan for solving the problem.


Ready to start managing your work stress anxiety? Click here to reach out to us!

 

A member of our team will be happy to discuss the next steps with you.

College Anxiety

College anxiety due to transition from remote learning to in-person. Anxiety about major school transition isn’t uncommon. In fact, it’s estimated that around 60% of the college student feel some type anxiety symptoms at the beginning of the year with or without the added stress of the pandemic.

 

Do you have headaches, dizziness, nausea or other physical symptoms? Do you overthink and have trouble sleeping?

 

Here’s what you can expect from a therapy program geared towards alleviating college anxiety.

 

  • Talking through problems. Helping you express your feelings is the first step to identifying the problem, and our therapists are trained to create an environment that facilitates this.

 

  • Lowering stress through positive activities. We believe that therapy should be effective and worthwhile, it's important to work on solutions towards your goals while teaching you about how to lower your daily stress.

 

  • Learning new skills to cope with anxiety. The next step involves helping you to implement the skills they learn, as a way of effectively handling their anxiety.

 

  • Solving problems effectively. By the end of the therapy program, you will have a clear cut path to alleviating college anxiety, and a system of solving  problems effectively.

Ready to start managing your college anxiety? Click here to reach out to us! A member of our team will be happy to discuss the next steps with you.