Anxiety


You may be anxious, worried, stressed or afraid

  • It’s hard to really enjoy things
  • You worry that you won’t be good enough.
  • You’re afraid to try new things.
  • You feel embarrassed or ashamed.
  • You worry about lots of things.
  • You feel overwhelmed about what to do.
  • You feel out of control.


  • You may be suffering from an anxiety disorder

  • Agoraphobia: avoiding places or situations where escape could be difficult or embarrassing
  • Panic Disorder: recurrent, unexpected fears of impending doom.
  • Social Phobia: avoiding others because of significant anxiety in social or performance situations.
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: repetitive thoughts which make you anxious, or repeated rituals to calm anxiety.
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder: at least 6 months of persistent and excessive anxiety and worry.
  • PTSD: re-experiencing traumatic events with hyper-anxiety and fear, and avoiding situations connected to the trauma.


  • DanteEveryone has uncomfortable feelings, but if you struggle with them continually, or repeatedly, psychotherapy can help you:
  • have more energy and self esteem.
  • feel stronger, more confident and relaxed.
  • feel more in control of your life.
  • feel more safe, less afraid.


  • If you'd like to learn more about how I work with anxiety-related issues, call me at 301-652-5507 or email janet.dante@yahoo.com to ask questions or schedule an appointment.