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Teletherapy Effective For Anxiety Disorder – How It Can Help

The National Institutes of Health estimates that up to 19% of US adults had an anxiety disorder in the past year. Teletherapy can be an extremely effective option for people who live in remote areas, have mobility issues, or are hesitant to seek in-person mental health treatment.

Las Vegas-based Kayenta Therapy offers teletherapy services to individuals, couples, and families that promote trust, respect, and human dignity. Our licensed therapists are independent providers who believe that, for many people, teletherapy can be just as or more effective than traditional in-person sessions.

What is Anxiety Disorder?

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder and the one people most frequently consult a therapist about. It’s equally common among women and men and can begin to appear at early as age 13. Unfortunately, therapists are now seeing anxiety disorders in even younger children, which many experts say is related, at least in part, to contemporary issues like social media, school shootings, and bullying.

Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Experiencing occasional anxiety is normal for most people. However, people with anxiety disorders often experience persistent and intense worrying about everyday life. For some, these worries can escalate to the point of panic attacks.

Common anxiety signs and symptoms include:

How Anxiety Teletherapy Works

Anxiety teletherapy is typically used to treat generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder. Sometimes called online therapy, it uses video conferencing technology to conduct sessions remotely, be it on Skype, Zoom, or some other secure online platform. Some therapists and patients favor phone counseling.

While many people still prefer in-person therapy sessions, teletherapy offers several advantages many other people favor:

  1. It’s more convenient and accessible, allowing people to log on from home, work, or another location where they feel safe and comfortable.
  2. It eliminates the need to drive, bike, or take public transportation to therapy sessions, which can be anxiety-producing.
  3. People find it easier to receive care for their specific condition more consistently.

Used appropriately, teletherapy can be a great alternative for people who want to bring balance to their lives with ease. However, not everyone feels comfortable with or has access to the tools needed for teletherapy. In those cases, in-person therapy from a qualified and licensed mental health professional can ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.

Book Anxiety Teletherapy With Kayenta Therapy Centers

Teletherapy might be suitable for your anxiety disorder if you:

If you need help with one or more anxiety disorders, the trained mental health professionals at Kayenta Therapy can help. Contact a therapist directly online to schedule an appointment today. We look forward to helping you reach your personal mental health goals.