Generalized Anxiety refers to intense, excessive, and persistent worry about everyday concerns, such as health, safety, making mistakes, performance at school or at work, the future, or the unknown. Individuals with generalized anxiety tend to think about “What if?” scenarios and worry disproportionately about potential negative outcomes. It is often challenging for them to move on from these thoughts when they arise. Worry can also lead to physical symptoms like muscle tension, trouble concentrating, difficulty sleeping, and being more easily annoyed.
Our cognitive-behavioral treatment is based on research led by Lumate’s clinical leadership team over the last 30+ years.
Empirically proven to be the most effective form of therapy for anxiety.
Youth Anxiety Psychologist Anne Marie Albano, Chief Clinical Advisor at Lumate Health, tells us that anxiety is the most common psychiatric condition affecting today’s youth.
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