Anxiety looks a little different in all of us and finds its foothold based on a variety of factors: genetics, early experiences, current stressors, and social discomfort, to name a few.

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Relationship Difficulties

Whether you have a hard time creating them, keeping them, or enjoying them, problems with relationships are a source of pain. Understanding what is making them hard and what to do about it are common therapy goals.

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Trauma affects your whole life. Sometimes the impacts are obvious and debilitating, leading to failed relationships, isolation, and an underdeveloped professional life. Trauma can also affect you in less apparent ways that take the glimmer off an apparently fantastic life.

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Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is associated with a broad array of difficulties. You may struggle to manage your daily affairs and finish tasks at home and at work or find it difficult to connect with other people.

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Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) affect the way that you understand and interact in social situations and mean that you may have very specific interests and preferences, that may not be shared by others around you.

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Life and Role Transitions

Throughout our lives we go through stages of growth and attain new roles, whether or not we want or feel prepared for them. Becoming a parent, coming out, losing a loved one or pet, changing careers, losing a job, ending a friendship, cutting off a toxic family member, moving to a new place, becoming a caregiver to an elderly or disabled family member, or adjusting to raising a neuro-diverse child are just some examples.

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