Anxiety Treatment

in Annapolis, MD

Anxiety holds you back. 


Maybe your anxiety feels like:

  • a constant stream of worry that you can’t escape 

  • avoiding anything that might trigger anxiety

  • a never-ending, overwhelming to-do list 

  • envisioning worst-case scenarios 

  • panic attacks 

At Cedar Counseling and Wellness, we help you manage your anxiety and lead a more fulfilling life.

We know the toll that anxiety takes on a person. That's why our Annapolis anxiety therapists dedicate themselves to helping people just like you manage their anxiety.

Our anxiety therapists’ in Annapolis approach

We value your comfort, health, and progress.

At our wellness center, we intentionally create a nonjudgmental environment, allowing you to open up to our therapists. Many people find therapy intimidating, and we want to disprove that myth with every interaction you have with our therapists and staff.

Since we are a holistic wellness center, we believe in the connection between the mind and the body. We understand that anxiety has very physical manifestations, and we incorporate techniques to address and alleviate the physical symptoms of anxiety.

Finally, our Annapolis anxiety therapists are specialists. We know exactly how to help you and prioritize your progress. Because of this, we always have your end goal in mind.

If you would like to meet with one of our anxiety therapists, feel free to schedule an intake session with one of our anxiety therapists below.

What to expect

The process is simple.

  1. To find the right therapist for you, view our therapists’ bios here.

  2. Schedule your intake session. If you’re not quite ready to book yet, you can set up a complimentary 15-minute consultation.

  3. Attend your intake. During your first session, your therapist will ask questions about your history, life, and your goals for therapy.

  4. Start therapy. Our clients see us anywhere between three and twelve months. We’ll get to the root of what’s causing your anxiety and find ways to manage it together.

Anxiety therapy FAQs

Although many of us are anxious (about 40 million, to be exact), the word “anxiety” is often misunderstood. Here, our therapists for anxiety in Annapolis answer a few common questions about anxiety and anxiety therapy.

Am I just stressed out or actually anxious?

Stress, worry, and anxiety often feel the same, but they’re clinically different.

Stress is your response to something external, like relationship problems or issues at work. Anxiety, on the other hand, is defined by persistent, excessive worries that don’t go away even in the absence of a stressor.

Whereas everybody worries from time to time, anxiety becomes excessive, persistent, and debilitating. It can get in the way of your daily functioning, and often results in avoidance of anxiety-provoking triggers. While worry resides in the mind, anxiety is a full mind-body experience with physical symptoms.

Why am I anxious?

There are many different causes of anxiety, such as:


  1. Trauma. People who have endured or witnessed traumatic events are at higher risk of developing anxiety disorder at some point in life. 

  2. Stress build-up. Big events and life transitions, or a collection of smaller events and life changes, can trigger anxiety.

  3. Genetics. Anxiety is more common in people whose blood relatives also have this condition.

  4. Your personality. People who are prone to anxiety tend to struggle with perfectionism, an excessive need for approval, and/or an excessive need for control. People who ignore physical and psychological signs of stress are more likely to develop anxiety.


And more. These causes often interact with each other. Your anxiety can be increased by things like lifestyle choices and other mental health conditions.

Can my anxiety go away for good?

Our goal in therapy is to help you understand and manage your anxiety, so it won't hold you back from the fulfilling life you deserve to lead.

Along with addressing the deeper things causing your anxiety, we work together to develop coping strategies and techniques to help you manage your anxiety in the present. 

Get help with your anxiety

You don’t have to feel anxious. With the help of a trained professional, you can understand and treat your anxiety. Learn more about our trained anxiety therapists at Cedar Counseling & Wellness, to get started on your path to healing. 

If you’re ready to take this next step, you can schedule your intake session below.