ALMOST everyone has an irrational fear. But when fears or phobias become severe, it may lead to anxiety or panic attacks which can interfere with day to day activities.
*ONE client reports “I couldn’t drive myself and on my fist attempt at driving solo, I had a panic attack and had to stop driving. Now I can go out of the house and drive to where I need to go, rather than have my son take me to my appointments.”
*ANOTHER client reports:
“Thank you so much for your help on my road to recovery. Words can not express how much I value your commitment to helping and understanding others. I am grateful to you for helping me overcome my fear of heights and noticing I had anxiety and helping me with that. The following morning I woke up and was getting ready for work I looked in the mirror and for the first time in a longtime I felt in control. I don’t worry about what may or may not happen. I was able to go into a multi story carport and felt nothing unlike before Icouldn’t have walked in the building let alone go up 4 flights of stairs.”