GAD Treatment Without Medication

Anxiety is a normal part of life.  However, when anxiety interferes with a person’s day-to-day life, it can become an issue.

Before you seek GAD treatment, here are some things you should know:

While some anxiety disorders are specific to a certain phobia or a compulsive behavior, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) describes people that have feelings of overall worry and anxiety.  Worry can range from money troubles, to relationships, to career choices, and much more.  About 1 in 30 people have GAD.

GAD Symptoms

Although each case is different, common symptoms of GAD include:

  • Excessive worry about relationships, money, career choices, and obsolete items (even if they have no reason to worry)
  • Feeling overwhelmed about minimal thoughts and tasks
  • Inability to concentrate in the workplace, school, and at home
  • Physical tension and stiffness

Effective GAD Treatment

Research has proven that cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is effective in combatting GAD:

We are experienced in providing evidence-based GAD treatment  for those with generalized anxiety disorder.