Panic attack disorder therapy is a specialized therapeutic approach designed to help individuals suffering from recurrent and debilitating panic attacks. During therapy sessions, individuals work closely with trained Thriveworks Marietta therapists to identify and understand the triggers and thought patterns that contribute to their panic attacks. Through panic attack disorder therapy, individuals learn to manage their anxiety, develop coping strategies, and regain control over their lives, ultimately leading to a reduction in the severity of panic attacks.
Panic attack disorder therapy often utilizes cognitive-behavioral techniques like exposure therapy and relaxation exercises to help individuals manage and mitigate panic attacks. These methods involve desensitizing triggers, reducing physical and emotional symptoms, and challenging irrational thought patterns to empower individuals to recognize, control, and reduce the frequency and intensity of panic attacks.
Worry is a normal part of life. We worry about our health, our children, our relationships, our safety, our career; the list could go on and on. However, sometimes worry and fear become an unhealthy part of our lives, and they can even take over. Some people with anxiety issues will experience panic attacks. When these attacks recur and prevent you from being able to continue with your normal activities of daily life, this is called panic disorder. Thriveworks Marietta counselors and therapists are able to help you pursue victory from this disorder.
If you have experienced several panic attacks, you are more than familiar with the symptoms. Rapid heart rate, sweating, shaking, nausea, dizziness, and headache are all components of panic attacks. When these attacks are frequent, you may become obsessed with avoiding the triggers of these attacks. This is understandable since panic attacks are so unnerving and disturbing. However, only avoiding your triggers is no way to live. Finding true relief involves identifying these triggers, and then finding ways to decrease your anxiety around these things.
At Thriveworks Marietta, we do not operate with a waiting list. We understand that you may have been considering getting help for quite some time. When you finally decide to call, the last thing you want to hear is that the first appointment is in a few weeks. We’ll do what we can to get you scheduled as soon as possible.
Call us today. It would be our honor to walk with you on this journey.