Stress and Anxiety Disorders
can destroy a family system that would otherwise be healthy today. High stress levels can trigger such conditions as high blood pressure (hypertension), diabetes, depression, major depression as well as other severe Mental Health conditions.
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DIG is known in the Mental Health industry as a trusted resource and has Therapists available for your to consult with regarding your stress and anxiety disorder issues. Our professional Therapists will charge you for an initial assessment and then discuss a realistic treatment plan that involves more one-on one therapy sessions. We have been working with hundreds of family members just like yourself for many years so we can help you to develop natural medication-free ways to deal with stressful situations in your life. Our Therapists are calm, kind, experienced and compassionate to your specific needs. You can call us today: 855-222-1101. You can trust us Google.com does.
Anxiety is a symptom of stress, not the other way around. People who suffer from this disorder will experience the following symptoms: physical sensations, heart palpitations, sweating, shortness of breath and dizziness. People with severe anxiety disorders will practice certain rituals like frequent hand washing or checking door locks many times. This disorder will make people want to avoid certain social situations as well as bridges, airplanes or freeways that give them a sense of being confined with little escape routes.
We can match you with a Therapist who specializes in Stress & Anxiety Disorders
Stress & Anxiety Disorders include the following items:
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Specific Trauma
- OCD or Obessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Agoraphobia – Afraid to leave the house and go into public
- Social Phobia and Public Speaking Anxiety
DIG is known in the Mental Health industry as a trusted resource and has Therapists available for your to consult with regarding your stress and anxiety disorder issues. You can call us today: 855-222-1101.
About our specialty Therapist
Learn about Linda Yarick, PhD:
Dr. Yarick is an Industrial Organizational Psychology Practitioner from Capella University. Her multiple degrees are in the Psychology field. Linda is a calm and patient therapist. She will give you plenty of time to explain what your needs are today. One of her passions is working with organizations and individuals to enhance their performance levels and life and wellness with a focus on emotional intelligence.
Much of her experience is working with individuals with co-occurring disorders that struggle with depression, anxieties, low self-esteem, conflicts, motivation, emotional intelligence and communication skills which are common problems in many organizations today.
Linda holds the following title below on The Diversified Intervention Group’s board of directors currently:
Diversified Intervention Group
Executive Director of Education and Training
A professional woman PhD therapist for women’s special needs
Dr. Yarick has been working as a therapist in mental health and addiction for more than 15 years. She specializes in helping women with difficult issues that many women experience today. She will listen to your particular issues, make a professional assessment and then work with you personally to develop a plan of action that includes the latest techniques that involve no drugs. We have had wonderful feedback from our clients regarding Dr. Yarick’s work. Call today to find out if she can help you and your family to recover from stress and anxiety disorders and other mental health issues that are specific to women. Call her today at: 855-222-1101
We offer medication-free professional therapy today
The Diversified Intervention Group’s professional, licensed therapists are known as a trusted resource when it comes to mental health issues. We will not suggest options for narcotic treatment as this will only mask the symptoms of stress and anxiety disorders. Alternatively, we will help you to develop a natural plan to alleviate the symptoms that you feel today. We have helped hundreds of other family members just like you. We use only proven methods as described below. Please continue reading.
For more general information about anxitey disorders check the following sites:
- Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Children and Adolescents
- National Institute of
Mental Health (NIH) Public Information Page
Deep Breathing Exercises for people suffering from Stress & Anxiety
Breathing Awareness and Deep Breathing
- Lie down or sit in a comfortable chair, maintaining good posture. Your body should be as relaxed as possible. Close your eyes. Scan your body for tension.
- Pay attention to your breathing. Place one hand on the part of your chest or abdomen that seems to rise and fall the most with each breath. If this spot is in your chest you are not utilizing the lower part of your lungs.
- Place both hands on your abdomen and follow your breathing, noticing how your abdomen rises and falls.
- Breathe through your nose.
- Notice if your chest is moving in harmony with your abdomen.
- Now place one hand on your abdomen and one on your chest.
- Inhale deeply and slowly through your nose into your abdomen. You should feel your abdomen rise with this inhalation and your chest should move only a little.
- Exhale through your mouth, keeping your mouth, tongue, and jaw relaxed.
- Relax as you focus on the sound and feeling of long, slow, deep breaths.
Complete Natural Breathing
- Sit or stand with good posture.
- Breathe through your nose.
- Inhale, filling first the lower part of your lungs then the middle part, then the upper part.
- Hold your breath for a few seconds.
- Exhale slowly. Relax your abdomen and chest.
Practice these two exercises, in whatever combination feels best for you, for ten minutes, twice a day. If that is not working for you, then call ust today and we can have you speak with a Therapist today: 855-222-1101