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5 Tips to Manage Anxiety

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Anxiety occurs as an emotional and bodily reaction to alleged danger. When we perceive a threat (actual or imagined), we experience anxiety as a general sense of uneasiness and fear.┬áLearning some tips to manage anxiety can assist you in identifying the roots of your anxiety, reducing your symptoms, and reaching your highest potential. Do You […]

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Therapy for Stress and Burnout

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Stress occurs as a natural psychological and physical response to the demands of life, so everyone experiences it at some point. However, daily stress, whether due to your job challenges, parenting issues, financial difficulty, or everything in between, can impact your health and well-being.┬áTherapy for stress and burnout can help you figure out what sets […]

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Orange Country Video Counseling – Staying Sane During COVID-19 (or Phone) – Staying Sane During COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended much of our lives. As people shelter in place in their homes, the sense of isolation combined with fear of what might happen can be overwhelming. People who suffer from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, or other mental health conditions might have an especially difficult time during the outbreak. COVID-19 […]

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Treatment & Symptoms

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Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a form of personality disorder. People who have this condition, which is also called OCD, often have a strong urge to repeat behaviors or do things a specific way. Any disorder in their lives can feel beyond distressing, and their excessive thoughts about trivial things can be intrusive. Fortunately, obsessive-compulsive disorder treatment […]

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