Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health concerns in the United States, affecting more than 18% of the total population every year according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. However, though they are actually highly treatable, only approximately 37% of people who have these conditions get the help they need. At Keystone Behavioral Health, we believe that its our job to do better and make sure people who need help are getting it, which is why we are working harder than ever to bridge the gap between patients who desperately need mental peace and the anxiety counseling services that will help make that happen. Our anxiety counseling services at Keystone Behavioral Health can help you overcome overwhelming feelings, make new friends, face your fears, and get to know the real you hidden underneath all your stress.
Anxiety can present itself in a myriad of ways, such as feeling fearful of certain “normal” situations, feeling as if people are always watching or judging you, feeling drained or over-exhausted consistently, or even feeling sad an/or depressed. We understand that having these feelings can often be isolating, but the good news is that anxiety counseling can help. At Keystone Behavioral Health, our anxiety counseling services utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a clinically proven method, to help patients develop effective coping strategies and make small gradual changes in the way they analyze and react to various situations, in order to reduce overall stress and promote better mental health. Choosing to pursue anxiety counseling is an immensely positive decision if you suffer from anxiety; you just have to take a chance and trust that there has to be something better out there for you than how you’re feeling right now, and who better to help you gain clarity than one of our esteemed behavioral experts?
Susan Taylor, the founder and director of Keystone Behavioral Health, has more than 17 years of training and experience working in the mental health field. She has a Doctor of Behavioral Health degree and is a member of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, but above all else, she is committed to helping people change their lives with her exceptional anxiety counseling skills. The two most important things to remember when you are feeling a bit lower than usual are that you not alone and you are not crazy. If you want to make lasting changes in the way you think and see the world, and finally take a deep breath because you’re relaxed and not because you’re hyperventilating, choose to take advantage of the professional anxiety counseling services at Keystone Behavioral Health. Our anxiety counseling has already impacted countless lives; let us see what we can do for you today.
Our office has easy access from I-696, the Lodge, and Northwestern Highway.
We strive to take all insurances and we verify benefits including out of network benefits. Appointments are available from 8 am through 9 pm on weekdays.
Appointments can be scheduled within a few days from when you call. For more information about fees, insurance coverage, available appointment times, or to schedule an appointment, call our office at 734-369-1836.