We help people living with anxiety find their way into a more peaceful, rewarding life.


If you are experiencing fear or panic, we can help you regain control over your worry, emotions, and schedule.

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Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. Anxiety and panic are on the rise in our increasingly demanding society. You may be experiencing a form of anxiety if you are living with any of these symptoms:

feelings of worry and stress that are difficult to control - trouble sleeping - irritability - feelings of restlessness or being on edge - muscle tension - fatigue - panic attacks - phobias - fear of public spaces - insecurity - obsessive thoughts - problems with work performance - difficulty with relationships

You deserve to find a place where you can get the support you need to push past your fears. There are many healthy, safe ways to manage your anxiety, and to learn to live a more fulfilling, relaxed life.  Call today to see if Grit Therapy is a good fit for you.

How would your life be different if you didn't live under constant worry and fear?


What would it be like to be free from anxiety and panic attacks?


How would you show up in the world if you had the confidence and courage to be your true self around others?

We live in an increasingly demanding world.

With the addition of Coronavirus in our lives, many of us feel that our stress and anxiety have become unmanageable.


At Grit Therapy, we know the fear, insecurity, and panic can be overwhelming. We also believe that our clients are stronger than they know. We help people find their courage so they can bust through the anxiety that is holding them back from their best life. 


Why do I feel so anxious?

Anxiety and panic can be cause by many things. For most people, it is some combination of the following factors:


Genetics - early life experiences - trauma - low self-esteem - work, home, relationship, or financial stress - stress from global occurrences or political issues - death of a loved one - stress from a medical condition - side effects of medications - drug or alcohol use - pregnancy and postpartum - parenting - divorce - religious trauma - abuse, neglect, or assault 


What should I expect from anxiety treatment?


There are many evidence-based interventions that are effective in treating anxiety. You therapist may help you identify distorted and negative ways of thinking by utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), helping you develop a healthy mindset about yourself and the world around you. Your therapist might help you work through trauma by utilizing Eye Movement Reprocessing and Desensitization (EMDR). If you are experiencing symptoms of OCD, your therapist can help you face your fears and quiet your mind through the use of Exposure and Response Therapy (ERP). Or maybe you need help with grounding and staying calm and your therapist can walk you through mindfulness and meditation exercises. (Therapists love acronyms!)


Our therapists tailor every session to the individual needs of our clients. In anxiety therapy, you will work with your counselor on identifying areas where you need the most help. Therapy is not a one size fits all experience. We will meet you where you are build a treatment plan that serves your unique needs. 

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But isn't my stress warranted?

Isn't the world a scary place to live?


The world is experiencing an incredible amount of stress, uncertainty, and change at this time.


Therapy does not attempt to deny the difficulties that we have in life. Rather, our therapists can help you face the stress and uncertainty head on with courage and hope.


We can help you develop coping skills and learn to trust yourself as you navigate an ever changing world.