How To Treat Separation Anxiety

Usually, separation anxiety refers to persons, mostly children, who fear the loss of an attachment figure. The separation anxiety is given by the level of those feelings which makes one too worried or facing excessive distress when separating from home, for instance.

Since separation anxiety can mostly seen at children under the age of 12, treatments include his parents’ presence.

Therefore, children suffering from separation anxiety must feel safety around his family, spend more time with the parents, brothers or anyone who’s part of the extended family.

At the same time, parents must hide their own anxieties and problems in from of the child since this may deepen the kid’s anxiety.

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How To Treat Acute Stress Disorder

Acute stress disorder refers to a person’s long exposure to great stress periods, like repeated traumatic moments. In this case, traumatic moments may include: abuse, death of a close person, sexual violation, huge unexpected injury or car accident.

However, not many people are exposed to acute stress disorder, but experience shows that women are more likely to suffer from acute stress disorder.

Concerning the treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy proved to be the most successful way of treating stress disorder, which means that no medical pills are required.

At the same time, not only the cognitive behavioral therapy will help you overcome symptoms, but it’ll also help you prevent stress disorder.

At VVFC, we provide complete life coaching services, including cognitive behavioral therapy, meant to help you overcome and prevent your stress disorder.

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Address: 6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

What Is Panic Disorder?

Panic disorder goes hand in hand with panic attacks. Some of the symptoms include: vertigo, heart palpitations, chest pain, abdominal distress and the intense feel of dying.

In case you are dealing with one or more of the ones above, it’s time to meet a therapist. There isn’t too much to worry about as such panic disorders are common among lots of people and they can easily be overcome with simple exercises.

However, in order to better know what to do in case of panic disorder, set a few meetings with a specialist and you’ll be on the right way.

At VVFC, we provide panic disorder therapy, including anxiety therapy, panic attacks therapy and other specific therapies.

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Address: 6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

Advantages To Psychotherapy

There are lots of advantages of considering psychotherapy. Not only some mental health problems can be solved by your own, but also psychotherapy is the only organic way of solving your anxiety, disorders, couple problems and even depression.

Some of the advantages to psychotherapy are:

  • psychotherapy helps you discover ordinary problems you don’t know you’re dealing with;
  • psychotherapy helps you switch from negative thinking to positive thinking;
  • psychotherapy teaches you ways of getting yourself relaxed, including breathing techniques, meditation and other similar actions which helps you overcome the daily stresses.

At VVFC, we help people discover and solve their mental health problems. We provide complete counseling services in Las Vegas, including couple and marriage therapy, individual therapy, addiction therapy, family therapy and more.

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Address: 6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

PTSD Awareness Month

Since June is PTSD awareness month , it’s time to reach out for a healthy life

PTSD is an anxiety disorder that some people develop after seeing or living through an event that caused or threatened serious harm or death. PTSD may result in sleep problems, irritability, anger, recurrent dreams about the trauma, intense reactions to reminders of the trauma, disturbances in relationships, and isolation. Some people may recover a few months after the event, but for others it may take years. For some, PTSD may begin long after the events occur. However, PTSD can be treated. Many options are available to improve your life. It’s only a phone call away.

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Why Psychotherapy Works

There are few alternatives when dealing with mental health problems. Either you consider pills or you try to get past over with psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy is the organic way to discover, understand and solve most of your mental health issues (depression, anxiety, PTD, etc). Since you don’t want to consider medication everytime you face such problems, we recommend that you meet a therapist first.

Now only the psychotherapist will help you better understand you problems, but you’ll also be able to better understand yourself through specific techniques and counseling meetings, while learning how to prevent future similar problems without too many worries.

At VVFC, we offer anxiety therapy in Las Vegas. Feel free to give us a call and visit us for a meeting.

Address: 6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

Anxiety Management Strategies

We all suffer from time to time of anxiety. The reduced form of anxiety can be managed by yourself, while more serious anxieties require psychotherapist help.

Here are some tips to do in case you are suffering from light anxiety:

  • slow breathe exercises
  • do what you like more often
  • diversify your activities
  • take breaks more often
  • stop eating a lot
  • look for quite places

Of course, depending on the person, there are more techniques one can take into consideration to better manage anxiety. In case you are dealing with serious specific issues, don’t hesitate to meet a therapist.

At VVFC, we offer anxiety therapy in Las Vegas. Feel free to give us a call and visit us for a meeting.

Address: 6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

 

Why Women With Anxiety Can Feel Isolated

More and more women are suffering from anxiety. Causes can originate in the busy professional life that we live in, a breakup or someone’s loss.

Indeed, it’s not easy to deal with this problems generally, but when suffering serious anxiety, women – and not only – may feel isolated, at least for a while.

Therapy can be one of the organic ways of overcoming anxiety and we highly recommend meeting a therapist everytime your anxiety becomes a long-term one.

At VVFC, we offer anxiety therapy in Las Vegas. Feel free to give us a call and visit us for a meeting.

Address: 6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

How Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Work?

First things first. Cognitive behavior refers to is a very common type of therapy which focuses mainly on talk therapy.

This means that once you want to solve some of your behavioral issues, pills or any treatment are excluded. You will only talk through your common problems with the therapist, in your attempt to find out the causes of your disorders.

That said, we recommend you to visit a cognitive behavioral therapist even if you don’t have very serious problems, because it’s a good way to find out where you are and why not learn how to prevent cognitive behavioral issues in the future.

At VVFC, we offer you psychotherapy services in Las Vegas, so feel free to pay us a visit meet the therapist near you.

How To Reduce Anxiety With Therapy

Most of us are dealing with anxiety, but in different manners. Some of us feel very stress at work, others within the family. There are also many other situations which lead us to anxiety.

In case you are feeling depressed, overwhelmed, have serious irrational fears, it’s time to talk to a therapist.

Since therapy is the only organic way of solving most – if not all and forever – of our mental issues, we encourage you to at least meet a therapist near you.

Not only you will discover where all this anxiety comes from, but you’ll also be able to manage and prevent situations which may lead you to anxiety.

At VVFC, we offer complete counseling services, including therapy for the anxious in Las Vegas. Feel free to contact us:

6960 O’Bannon Dr. Suite 190

Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

Phone: (702) 320-3180

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