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Anxiety can wear many different hats. Symptoms may look like insomnia due to excessive worry. Maybe it comes in the form of restlessness or uncontrolled stress that feels like it will never go away. Experiencing some sort of anxiety is typical throughout life, however, if it is taking your day to day worries to a whole other level, it’s time to seek help.

Do you have any of these common signs?

  • Feeling nervous, restless or tense
  • Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom
  • Find it hard to catch your breath & calm your mind; rapid heart rate
  • Sweating
  • Trembling
  • Feeling weak or exhausted
  • Trouble concentrating or moving passed an issue or worry
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Experiencing gut problems
  • Practice avoidance behavior as to not get triggered

If this sounds like you, and you are looking for less anxiety in your life, our therapists can help. We can help you become aware of how your old behavior patterns and history are impacting you in your daily life causing these intense emotions and feelings. It would be our privilege to accompany you on your journey of well-being.

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Ms. Alexa has provided exceptional service and has truly had an emotional positive impact on the life of my child. She is a very knowledgeable and dedicated professional!

~ C.P., Bergenfield

I am a local pediatrician and I refer to Dr. Jennifer's office often. The staff understands
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Rachel creates a warm and inviting atmosphere for teens where they feel comfortable to open up about their issues. She is able to connect and help her patient’s work through issues. She works with them to create tools to help navigate through their mental turmoil and help them to keep moving forward. She also works with parents to help them understand what and how to help their child. She is amazing.

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