Regain Confidence and Control with Online Anxiety Therapy in Austin, Texas

You can learn to manage and work through anxiety, worries, and fears with online therapy for anxiety so you can move forward and live life fully.

Get the support, tools, and insights you need from a bilingual Latino therapist with over 20 years of experience helping professionals and high-achieving adults overcome emotional and situational difficulties.

Are anxiety, stress, or worries taking over your life?

Experiencing some stress, worries, or anxiety is part of life. But too much over a long period can cause significant problems in your life, relationships, and how you view yourself. Additionally, it can be hard to manage when you may be juggling too many responsibilities, roles, or tasks.

Over time, the anxiety, stress, or worries can feel overwhelming or

As a result, you may feel:

  • Emotionally and physically exhausted
  • Distracted
  • Irritable or on edge
  • Unsure of yourself
  • Unable to get things done as you’re used to
  • Out of control

But you don’t have to “push through” your feelings. You can learn how to successfully manage anxiety, stress, and worries, so you feel better and can enjoy your life.

You deserve a therapist that ‘gets you.’

You don’t have to work through anxiety, stress, or worries alone — online therapy for anxiety can help.
As a highly motivated and high-achieving person, you are likely used to handling problems and difficult situations on your own. You’re also likely someone who friends, family, and colleagues turn to for help and support.

You are there for others. But everyone can use a helping hand from time to time. You don’t have to work through anxiety, stress, and worries on your own. And you don’t have to wait for your anxiety or stress to be overwhelming to benefit from getting help. 

My therapy for anxiety can help you:

  • Uncover the underlying causes of your worries and fears
  • Learn skills to help you identify triggers and reduce anxiety, fears, and worries
  • Explore ways to stay focused on the present instead of dwelling on the past or worrying about the future
  • Learn to ways to relax and make space for self-care
  • Look at situations in a new, less frightening way
  • Develop additional coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills
  • Build confidence in your ability to manage difficult situations and emotions in the future
  • Gain insights and tools to help strengthen your relationship with yourself and others

Get support, tools, and insights from a licensed therapist with over 20 years of experience.

You can learn to manage your anxiety, stress, and difficult situations. And I’m here to help.

As a licensed therapist for over 20 years, I specialize in helping adults work through anxiety, fears, worries, and stress. So you can overcome difficult emotions and situations, focus on the present, and get back to enjoying your life. Additionally, as a Latino therapist, I also understand the importance of taking into account all aspects of who you are, including your culture, religious background, and personal history.

I provide you with a safe, supportive, and judgment-free space so you can explore your current and past thoughts, feelings, and situations. We’ll work together at your pace to help you identify and achieve your therapy goals, so you can focus on the issues important to you.

Sessions are tailored to your therapy goals and needs. I use an integrative therapeutic approach incorporating strategies, tools, and techniques from various evidence-based modalities, including:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Mindfulness-Based Approaches

You can move beyond anxiety and feel more present in your life and relationships with online anxiety therapy in Austin, Texas.

You don’t have to be held back by anxiety, stress, and worries. Get support, insights, and skills to overcome emotional and situational challenges and create the life you want with online anxiety therapy in Austin, Texas. 

Contact me to schedule an appointment or free consultation.

More About My Online Anxiety Therapy in Austin, Texas

What is therapy for anxiety?
Therapy for anxiety is a form of therapy that helps individuals understand and manage their symptoms of anxiety. It may involve talk therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, or other forms of therapy for anxiety. It is typically provided by a licensed therapist or counselor.

The goal of therapy for anxiety is to help the individual develop coping mechanisms to manage anxiety and improve their overall quality of life.

How does therapy for anxiety work?
Counseling for anxiety typically involves talk therapy, where the individual speaks with a therapist or counselor about their feelings and experiences related to anxiety. The therapist or counselor may use various techniques to help the individual understand their anxiety, identify triggers for their anxiety, and develop coping mechanisms to manage their symptoms.

One of the most popular and evidence-based therapy for anxiety is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). The therapist or counselor will help the individual identify and change negative thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that are contributing to their anxiety. This might include identifying and challenging unrealistic thoughts, learning relaxation techniques, and gradually exposing the individual to feared situations in a safe and controlled environment.

Another therapy called Mindfulness-based therapy that helps individuals focus on the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past or worrying about the future, which can help to reduce anxiety symptoms.

Therapy sessions may be held one-on-one or in a group setting, and the number of sessions required will vary depending on the individual’s needs. The goal of counseling for anxiety is to help the individual develop the skills and tools they need to manage their symptoms and improve their overall quality of life.

When is therapy for anxiety needed?

Counseling for anxiety may be needed when an individual’s symptoms of anxiety are impacting their daily life and functioning. Some signs that counseling for anxiety may be needed include:

  • Persistent and excessive worry or fear about everyday events or situations
  • Avoidance of certain situations or activities due to anxiety
  • Difficulty concentrating or sleeping due to anxiety
  • Physical symptoms such as rapid heartbeat, sweating, or shaking
  • Difficulty functioning in school, work, or personal relationships due to anxiety
  • The use of alcohol or drugs to cope with anxiety
  • Difficulty in completing daily task or functioning in the normal life.

If an individual is experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s important for them to speak with a healthcare professional. They may recommend counseling or therapy as part of an overall treatment plan.

It’s also important to note that even if the symptoms of anxiety are not severe, some people may still choose to seek counseling as a preventative measure, or as a way to improve their overall emotional well-being.

How much does therapy for anxiety cost?
The cost of counseling for anxiety can vary depending on a number of factors, including where you live, the type of therapy or counseling being provided, and whether you have insurance coverage.

If you have health insurance, the cost of counseling for anxiety will likely be covered at least in part by your insurance plan. The amount of coverage will vary depending on the specific plan, so it’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage.

If you don’t have insurance, or if your insurance doesn’t cover the full cost of counseling, you may be able to find low-cost or sliding scale options. Many community health clinics, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions offer counseling or therapy services on a sliding fee scale based on your income.

Otherwise, the cost of therapy and counseling sessions can range from $50 to $200 or more per session. A sliding scale fee can be from $20 to $100 per session. The cost may be different for online sessions. My rates are $140 for the first initial intake assessment and then $130 for each individual therapy follow-up session.

It’s also worth noting that some therapy or counseling sessions may be covered by employee assistance programs (EAPs) if you’re working, or by student health centers if you’re in school.

It’s best to check with your insurance provider and therapist or counselor to understand the exact cost of counseling for anxiety, and what options may be available to help reduce the cost.

How long does the therapy for anxiety process take?
The length of the counseling for anxiety process can vary depending on the individual’s specific needs and goals. Some people may only need a few sessions to feel better, while others may need more prolonged treatment.

Generally, most people can expect to attend therapy sessions on a weekly basis for several weeks, or sometimes several months. The length of time for treatment will vary for each person and their needs. Some people may find relief from symptoms after a few sessions, while others may require more extensive treatment.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for anxiety is usually short-term, with 12-20 sessions, each lasting about 50 minutes. Mindfulness-based therapy for anxiety, on the other hand, is usually longer-term, with 8-12 weeks of treatment, with sessions lasting about 2 hours.

It’s important to work with a qualified therapist or counselor who can help you determine the appropriate length of treatment based on your specific needs and goals. Your therapist or counselor will reassess your progress regularly and adjust the treatment plan as needed.

It’s also important to note that healing and improvement is a process and it may take time. Even after the therapy sessions are over, individuals can continue to use the coping mechanisms and strategies they learned in therapy to maintain their progress and prevent a relapse.

How do I know if therapy for anxiety is right for me?
If you’re experiencing symptoms of anxiety, counseling or therapy for anxiety may be an effective treatment option. However, it’s important to speak with a healthcare professional, such as a doctor or therapist, to determine if counseling is the right choice for you.

During an initial assessment, a healthcare professional will likely ask you about your symptoms, medical history, and overall well-being. They may also conduct a physical examination or lab tests to rule out any underlying medical conditions that may be contributing to your symptoms.

Based on the assessment, the healthcare professional will be able to recommend an appropriate treatment plan, which may include counseling or therapy for anxiety. If counseling is recommended, they can also help you find a qualified therapist or counselor who specializes in treating anxiety.

It’s also important to note that counseling or therapy is not the only option for treating anxiety. Other treatment options include medication, lifestyle changes, or a combination of these approaches. Your healthcare professional will work with you to determine the best treatment plan for you.

It’s also important to remember that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness, and that reaching out for support is the first step towards feeling better.