• Relief from Social Anxiety Disorder

    Do you feel that no one understands what you are going through?  Do you feel like a “prisoner” in your own life because of your symptoms?  Do you ever experience feelings of racing heart, tunnel vision, feeling faint, nausea before you have to make a presentation or do something else in the public eye?  Does it feel like you are the only one going through this and maybe that something is wrong with you?

     

    Do you experience significant distress in the following situations:

    • Being introduced to people
    • Being teased or judged or criticized
    • Being the center of attention
    • Having to make a public presentation or have to say something in public
    • Feeling insecure and out of place in social situations
    • Being watched or observed while doing something in public such as eating, drinking, talking on phone
    • Swallowing, writing, talking in public
    • Becoming embarrassing easily

     

     

    I experienced these feelings all my life until about 10 years ago when I discovered that others felt the same way and there was a name for these feelings, Social Anxiety Disorder.  I sought help and have found that I can function more efficiency and live a healthier, happier live.  I may still experience the discomfort but now I know how to handle it.

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    Social Anxiety Quiz

  • Relief from PTSD, Acute Stress, a distressing event

    PTSD

    1. Re-experiencing the traumatic event. This may include upsetting memories, flashbacks, and nightmares, as well as feelings of distress or intense physical reactions when reminded of the event (sweating, pounding heart, nausea, for example).
    2. Avoiding reminders of the trauma. You may try to avoid activities, places or thoughts that remind you of the trauma or be unable to remember important aspects of the event. You may feel detached from others and emotionally numb, or lose interest in activities and life in general, sensing only a limited future for yourself.
    3. Increased anxiety and emotional arousal. These symptoms include trouble sleeping, irritability or outbursts of anger, difficulty concentrating, feeling jumpy and easily startled, and hyper-vigilance (on constant “red alert”).

     

    Acute Stress Disorder

    Includes the same symptoms as PTSD but is diagnosed from 3 days and up to 1 month after the event.

     

    Distressing or adverse life event or dreams

    It doesn't have to be an event that involved the threat of injury or loss of life that affects you.  Sometimes we might have an argument with a loved one, or break up with a partner, or experience another kind of event that we just can't seem to “shake off” or get over.

     

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    PTSD Quiz

  • Grief

     

    From Rochelle Wright, creator of Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy:

    Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy includes two essential components to help patients with feelings associated with the loss of a loved one. Therapy includes repairing any unfinished business with the relationship that did not have closure when the person passed and connecting and reattaching to the deceased person in a meaningful and healthy way that is healing.

     

    Experiencers/clients open their own connections, guided by a licensed therapist, with their loved ones in the afterlife. The method itself does not induce the connections. The psychotherapist is not a medium and has no influence over the nature or content of the connection. The afterlife connections occur naturally and effortlessly between the experiencers and their loved ones, emerging when the experiencers enter a receptive mode, just as sleep follows naturally from relaxing into a comfortable bed. The connections normally unfold in four to five hours. The procedure is around 98% successful.

 

I can help you provide relief from:

  • Anxiety
  • Anxiety about performance
  • Car accidents
  • Childhood traumas/sexual abuse
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Insomnia or sleep disruptions
  • Loved one being injured or killed.
  • Mood disorders
  • Natural disasters
  • Panic attacks
  • Phobias
  • PTSD
  • Reduce urge to use substance/food addiction
  • Relationship problems
  • Sexual
  • Social Anxiety
  • Surviving a violent crime
  • Witnessing violence

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Nancy Huzicka Crebs, LMFT

Nancy Huzicka Crebs, LMFT

(530) 386-8386

Nancy Huzicka Crebs, LMFT