Clarity Mental Health

Anxiety Treatment
in Castle Rock & Pueblo

If you think anxiety is starting to affect your daily activities and quality of life, the first place to start is to talk to a healthcare or behavioral professional.


It’s natural to become anxious when we perceive danger or apprehension. It’s a survival mechanism that is important in many aspects, however, anxiety can become overwhelming and consume an individual even when no real danger exists.

Anxiety disorders are not uncommon and develop when fear and apprehension become a frequent presence in one’s life. Overwhelming symptoms of anxiety then begin to interfere with one’s daily activities and can even become debilitating, affecting jobs, relationships, and one’s overall quality of life.

While there is no clear-cut cause for anxiety disorders, we do know that a variety of factors play a role in creating an anxiety disorder, including biological makeup, brain chemistry, one’s environment, and experiences.

What are the Symptoms of an Anxiety Disorder?

Anxiety disorders can present themselves in different ways for different people. Symptoms range from a little uneasiness (a.k.a. butterflies) in your gut to a racing heart and chest pain. A general sense of feeling out of control, like your body and mind, are disconnected is a common symptom of anxiety disorders as well.

Symptoms of general anxiety often include:

How are Anxiety Disorders Treated?

Our team of providers are caring, compassionate, and trained professionals experienced in providing effective therapy for anxiety disorders. Sometimes lifestyle changes, psychotherapy, or simply discovering the reasons behind one’s anxiety can help individuals manage their symptoms and get back to enjoying life again.

Some may need additional help with medication to treat their anxiety symptoms. Medications used to treat anxiety often include sedatives and antidepressants. These work by balancing brain chemistry and aim to keep symptoms of anxiety from getting severe and debilitating.

If you or a loved one is suffering from the overwhelming effects of anxiety, we can help!
Schedule an in-office or telehealth appointment online today.