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The anxious brain is often a highly intelligent brain.  It takes creativity and focus to imagine and to ruminate upon endless negative scenarios.  One in 4 Americans deal with anxiety, yet few have the skills to harness their active brains to benefit themselves and others.   

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been empirically proven to treat anxiety effectively and with long-lasting results, in as little as 8-12 weeks.  Further, mindfulness techniques give clients the tools to calm their overactive brains and focus their energy on productive pursuits, not worries and ruminations.  Train your brain to work for good.  You really can feel better.

Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, and worrying.

Sometimes mistaken for depression, anxiety can affect how we feel and behave, and can manifest real physical symptoms.

And anxiety is highly treatable.

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