Commonly Related Issues
Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.
— Carl Jung
There are a number of common issues that have a strong relationship and interconnect with anxiety, stress, and insomnia. Many who experience these conditions may also be dealing with depression, perfectionism, anger, etc. These co-occurring problems may overlap, begin at the same time, or one may appear before or after the other. They can also contribute to each other or trigger or worsen symptoms and level of severity of the other condition(s) and make resolution more difficult. In order to effectively tackle your concerns and symptoms it is important and helpful to identify and address any co-occurring issues that you may also be experiencing along as there may be maintaining factors that can interfere with improvement.
You may be experiencing any of these issues independently or alongside anxiety, stress, and/or insomnia. Whether you are interested in overcoming one or combination of the related issues, the therapy will be tailored to address your unique concerns and goals and the treatment components can be integrated for a wholistic style of care.
Periods of feelings of sadness, hopeless, worthlessness, and lack of enjoyment in many activities. May also impact behavioural changes and impact on eating and sleeping
Having difficulty maintaining control over your anger and its outward expression, which can impact relationships, employment, and overall quality of life.
The belief that you are not as competent as others perceive you to be and the experience of feeling like a 'phony' and that you are going to be found out as a fraud. This may lead to feeling that you do not deserve your success and accomplishments.
Feelings of shame and self-doubt and criticism, impacting sense of identity, confidence, competence, and sense of belonging.
Tendency to put things off as a main way to deal with life demands, negatively impacting your mental- health, productivity, success, and relationships.
Difficulty with communication skills that help you express yourself effectively and stand up for your points of view, leading to increased stress and impacting relationships and professional success.
Setting exceedingly high standards for yourself and being overly self-critical that contribute to dissatisfaction, frustration, feelings of anxiety and stress, and self doubt.
Difficulty building connections and interacting with others and maintaining a healthy relationships in personal, family, and work settings.
Feeling the need to maintain and exert control over all aspects of life and environment, including work, personal, family, and social, causing overwhelm, exhaustion, and negatively impacting relationships.