Stress

Stress isn't always a bad thing, but over time, continued strain on your body from routine stress can contribute to serious physical and mental health problems. Stress is difficult to define because sometimes an appropriate stress response is inappropriate to another. However, the evidence is clear that most stress is a negative. Speaking with a trained professional can help you learn to deal with stress and become more aware of your own thoughts and feelings. Common types of treatment include: cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based stress reduction, alternative therapies and medication.

Local Experts in Stress

Heather Lee

Group Therapy, Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy

Training from the Harvard Mind/Body Medical Institute in Mind/Body Medicine and stress physiology.

Emily Frank

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Did you know that approximately 120,000 deaths occur annually because of work? A major cause of illness is workplace stress. Let\'s find ways to overcome yours!

Ashley French

Individual Therapy

Stress frequently impacts our nervous, digestive and musculoskeletal systems in negative ways (tense shoulders much?). It also negatively impacts our relationships. I help clients manage and reduce stress by identifying and eliminating unnecessary stress and teaching management and reduction techniques for things that cannot alway be avoided (like your mother/boss/neighbor/etc).

Carrie McCrudden

Individual Therapy

Learn to make stress less corrosive and more useful. Dr. Carrie can help you find the sweet spot between being challenged in a healthy, motivational way, and being overwhelmed.

Sarah Freeze

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

With so many stresses in life, it can be hard to not feel weighed down, overwhelmed, or stuck. Therapy looks different between each individual I work with. It can be easy to focus on the problems, but with my help we will be solution-focused, facilitating growth and progress.

Anna Mayer

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

I use body-based mindfulness and practical coping skills to help you learn tools to balance and ground in a sense of calm and empowerment.

Ryan Ramsey

Individual Therapy

Maybe it feels like you are always working and your stress is out of control. I help professionals who are stressed, burned out, overworked, and overwhelmed find balance, peace and happiness.

Desiree Carroll

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy

Stress comes in many different forms. Specifically, I work with stress around life transitions. Life transitions are happening on a daily basis. Having support during stressful times can help to reduce the stress that you are feel. I am here to help you process through your life transitions and provide you extra support before, during, and after the transition.

Nancy Bortz

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy

We are dealing with stress everyday in our lives. Stress manifests in all kinds of ways in our adulthood. We cope with stress by overspending, abusing substances, overeating, remaining stuck in our jobs and relationships. Stress adds up and turns into toxicity. I have the coping tools, techniques, and strategies to manage your stress.

Jenna Griffith

Individual Therapy

Stress can take a big toll on wellness. It can permeate your job, home-life, and relationships. Learning skills for combating stress are of the utmost importance. If you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed by life, I can help. I specialize in helping high-achieving individuals and young professionals in reducing stress, so they can begin to enjoy each day more.

Stacey Arnett

Individual Therapy

I have received specialized training in stress reduction through the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program associated with the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. This program provides specific tools and practices for managing stress in a way that promotes both mental as well as physical health and well-being.

Jennifer Kilgo

Individual Therapy

To be a woman in this culture means to understand stress. More than ever before, we are busy fulfilling a number of roles: friend, employee or boss, mother, daughter, sister, partner, healer. We may have seasons of relative ease, and then…BAM! something happens – and we\'re no longer OK. At Root, we are experts at helping women make lasting changes that free them from overwhelm and stress.

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