Therapy can be very effective for many people, however, it is important to keep in mind that it may not work for everyone. It's important to consider what type of therapy may best fit your needs and to also find a therapist who has experience working with clients who share similar experiences or goals. 

It is important to have realistic expectations and to be willing to be open and honest in the therapeutic process in order to get the most out of it. Most of the time individuals must be willing to change or try new things for therapy to work. Just remember to give the process a fair chance before you make any conclusions. 

If you are struggling with anxiety, it is a good idea to seek professional help. A therapist can help you understand and manage your anxiety, while providing you with coping strategies, and other support.

(To help, we have put together a list of the common therapy methods associated with anxiety disorder below).

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is highly recommended for anxiety

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This type of therapy focuses on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors to help reduce anxiety.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy is a therapy that encourages a person to explore unresolved emotions and experiences from the past that may be contributing to anxiety.

Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness-Based Therapy: This type of therapy encourages a person to focus on the present moment without judgment, to observe their thoughts and feelings without reacting to them.

Exposure Therapy 

This type of therapy involves gradually exposing a person to the feared object, situation, or activity in order to reduce fear and anxiety.