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Anxiety Therapy for Women and Teen Girls

Slow down, enjoy the present, and live your life fearlessly

Get a Moment’s Peace

Slow Down

Enjoy the Present


How long have you felt?

Uncontrolled Panic Attacks

Unhealthy Work-Life Balance

Unable to Relax

Uneasy About the Future

We equip you with the skills to help you become your best self.

Anxiety Therapy Is:

Living in the Present

We help you get to the root causes of your anxiety and learn to live in the here and now instead of getting hung up on the future.

Help When Needed the Most

We help you get a chance to slow down, decompress, and learn new skills for managing your stress.

Opportunity for Transformation

We help give you the opportunity to let go of these external pressures and focus on finding peace internally.

How Anxiety Therapy Works:

Getting Started With Counseling Is Simple

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Fill out the contact form to get started!

Schedule a Consultation

Have a 15-min conversation to see if we’re a good fit.

Schedule First Appointment

If we are a good fit, we’ll start counseling so you can experience the joy of healing and growth.

Why Clients Choose Fearlessly Inspired

We Provide Therapy For



Uncontrolled Emotions

Fatigue and Exhaustion


Childhood Abuse

Childhood Abuse

Culturally Sensitive Issues


Excessive Worry


Intrusive Thoughts


Low Self Esteem

Unmanageable Stress and Anger

Feelings of Isolation or Loneliness

Disconnection From Your Body



Unhealthy Relationship Patterns


Victims of Assaault

Panic Attacks & Night Terrors

Anxiety Therapy FAQ’s

What can I expect in a Anxiety Therapy session?

 Our practice focuses on exploring the root causes of your symptoms and giving you practical skills for managing them. We’ll look at the past experiences connected to your present-day anxiety, such as trauma, toxic relationships, or unhealthy attachments to caregivers. 

Since anxiety affects the entire nervous system, we like to do therapeutic exercises that are specific to different parts of it. We do this with an approach called Polyvagal Theory, which essentially gives you a map of your nervous system. 

For instance, if you have a panic attack, your therapist can point out which part of your nervous system was activated when it happened. Once you’ve identified the activated part, treatment can focus on ways to strengthen that part so that you don’t have panic attacks again.

We also use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat anxiety. CBT can help you address the thought patterns informing your anxious behavior, allowing you to shift your mindset and live with greater self-confidence.

Will I always have these symptoms?

You can’t eliminate anxiety—and if you could, that wouldn’t be healthy. A little bit of anxiety can drive you to get things done and motivate you to do well at work or in school. 

The goal of therapy is to help you develop skills to keep your symptoms under control. This way, if symptoms arise in the future, you’ll be able to handle them without panicking or feeling overwhelmed.

What if people judge me for being in therapy?

Now more than ever, people are aware of the fact that it’s “okay to not be okay.” The news is full of stories about celebrities and high-profile figures struggling with their mental health. 

As a result, going to therapy has become much more normalized. Just as it’s okay to not be okay, it’s okay to seek help. What’s more, therapy with us is 100-percent confidential, so no one else needs to know that you’re in counseling.

How effective is online therapy?

Online therapy is extremely effective and allows you to talk about anxiety in your own comfortable space. In fact, lots of people find it more relaxing than in-person sessions. If you have social anxiety, you don’t have to worry about sitting in a waiting room with other people right before therapy.

Our Mission

Our mission is to inspire, encourage, and wholeheartedly support women and teenage girls on their path to discovering and reaching their highest potential. We are committed to empowering them to live and thrive fearlessly, while promoting post-traumatic growth.