online anxiety counseling washington

Tired of Anxiety Impacting Your Day?

Are you feeling like your body is on the proverbial gas pedal and revved up? 

Maybe this feeling of anxiety comes and goes depending on the situation or it feels like a constant unwanted companion. 

Anxiety therapy can help. You can work through the issues impacting, causing, and exacerbating your anxiety.

You can get to a place where you feel calmer, more in control of your anxiety, and thrive. 

We have online anxiety therapists with immediate availability

Schedule a Free 15-Minute Consultation to see if Talk. Heal. Thrive. is a fit for you.

Our Online Anxiety Therapists

marte white online couples and individual therapist

Marte White

Laura Mathews online counselor in Washington

Laura Matthews

Alyx Aiello, MS, LMHC online counselor in washington state

Alyx Aiello
currently waitlisted

Lindsey Ferris Online therapist washington State

Lindsey Ferris

Feeling of tension in your chest. An overall sense of restlessness or waiting for the proverbial “shoe” to drop Feeling foggy-brained and having difficulties concentrating Catastrophizing with thoughts of worst-case scenarios Headaches Spiraling or ruminating on your anxieties and being unable to stop worrying about them. Sweaty palms Heavier breathing or more rapid breathing Irritability and reactivity Sleep problems, either falling or staying asleep

Looking for anxiety therapy in Seattle? We offer online anxiety counseling with our licensed mental health professionals. Many of our clients with anxiety are struggling with one or several of these anxiety presentations: Generalized anxiety disorder Social anxiety disorder Panic disorder High-functioning anxiety Performance anxiety Sleep Anxiety Anticipatory anxiety Anxiety neurosis Separation anxiety in adults Driving Anxiety

Anxiety can truly impact your ability to function in day-to-day life. If it is a constant unwanted companion and you notice more and more of your day is spent feeling anxious, it may be time to seek help. Another indicator of potentially needing support from a therapist is if your anxiety is impacting your ability to be social, engage with your family and friends, work, sleep, and feel anxious about a variety of topics that, logically speaking, you don’t think you should be worried over. In therapy, you can learn more about what thoughts and behaviors contribute to your anxiety and discover new behaviors and ways to approach it. With Talk. Heal. Thrive. Our therapists come to psychotherapy treatments from a stance of being both trauma-informed (how have negative or traumatic experiences impacted your emotions and responses today) as well as from a somatic therapy approach (where are you feeling things in your body when circumstances, interactions, and feelings come up, i.e., "body psychotherapy").