Anxiety

Living with an anxiety disorder will negatively impact every day of a person’s life. Why should this happen when there are effective and lasting treatments to assist with the condition? Reach out and learn more about treatment options.

July 16, 2013

Anxiety & Sleeplessness: What’s the Connection?

If you have an anxiety disorder or a tendency to worry, nights can be tough. People with anxiety have trouble shutting off their worried thought process making it difficult to fall asleep. So does a poor night’s sleep exacerbate anxiety or does anxiety cause sleep irregularities? This has been a […]
July 15, 2014

Experiencing Social Anxiety

Casey wanted to go back to college but she was afraid to call the college and speak with someone. What if they didn’t like her on the phone and that affected her being able to attend? What if she asked a stupid question in class? What if her classmates didn’t […]
May 13, 2015

More About Counseling Services at CLCEC

Conscious Living Counseling & Education Center (CLCEC) offers clinical counseling and educational resources for adults living with anxiety, depression and/or ADHD. CLCEC Services Include: Counseling for Anxiety and Panic Disorders Addressing an anxiety disorder isn’t an easy task. However, with focus, practical tools and an eye on your goal, you will make progress. Counseling treatment for anxiety […]
February 15, 2016

Postpartum Depression & Anxiety

Postpartum Depression & Anxiety Most women have heard the term “baby blues” before. This is a common experience that refers to a short period of adjustment, both hormonal and lifestyle, which women go through after having their child. It’s easy to see why having a baby is a major life […]
April 25, 2016
Depression and Menopause

Struggling with Depression & Menopause? What Every Women Should Learn Now.

Struggling with Depression & Menopause? If you’re a woman who has struggled with hormonal balance, chances are you’re used to hearing comments like… “Oh, my mom didn’t experience that.” “Really, I’ve never had PMS.” “How’s your diet? You should try essential oils.” “My period just stopped one day. That’s all. […]
May 1, 2017
Anxiety Journal with Counseling Support

Journaling Tips for Depression Treatment

Many people enjoy capturing their thoughts and moods on paper or in digital format. Expressing your thoughts can be a cathartic way to document your very personal journey with depression and recovery. Maybe you have tried to journal in the past, and it didn’t seem to add benefit to your […]
May 2, 2017
Anxiety Counseling: Why Choose Us?

We Offer Exposure-Based CBT for Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Living with an anxiety disorder is painful and debilitating. It will take work and dedication, but you can break free from an anxiety disorder. The last decade of research has truly changed how clinicians treat anxiety disorders. Modern treatments are highly effective and research-supported. Treatment usually requires 6 – 22 sessions. Many people […]
February 1, 2018
Taking a medication for anxiety and depression?

Is your anti-anxiety medication depleting essential nutrients?

At CLCEC, your counselor is curious about your overall health. People taking medication for depression and anxiety may be at high risk of nutritional deficiency with longterm use certain medications. High risk populations include: people who smoke and/or drink People with poor nutritional intake/diet Elderly People living with a serious […]
October 7, 2018

Too Worried & Anxious: Generalized Anxiety Disorder

GAD: When worry is a problem. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is one of the most common types of anxiety disorders. People often describe emotional and physical symptoms related to anxiety to their primary care providers. Medication and counseling are often recommended. However, this is often a brief conversation and despite […]
January 30, 2019

Worried Sick with Illness Anxiety (Hypochondria)

I’ve been meaning to write a post about this for months. I encourage people with anxiety about becoming ill to contact me and discuss treatment. I’m seeing an increase in MS concerns after Selma Blair courageously began posting her story on Instagram. See her story here. Symptoms of health and […]