Anxiety Therapists in Morgantown, WV

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Appalachian Life Enrichment Counseling Center
Licensed Professional Counselor
Verified
Now in Huntington too! Therapy is a place to pause, reflect on what you are seeking in life and explore the barriers preventing you from taking that next step in your journey. Life changes or chronic situations can throw us off course, leaving us to feel out of sync, confused, & disconnected from life. Whether you are looking to reconnect, find purpose, learn new coping skills, process trauma or loss, manage anxiety , deal with shame or make a life changing decision, therapy can be a safe place to discover the power you have within yourself to design your own solutions & find new ways to navigate challenging situations. Multisites!
Black and African American
Hispanic and Latino
(304) 467-4175 
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Office is near:
Morgantown, WV 26508
Offers online therapy
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Tim Whetzel
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
“Midway along the journey of our life I woke to find myself in a dark wood, for I had wandered off from the straight path." This sentence encapsulates the feelings many clients bring to therapy, the culmination of years of existential angst, an accumulation of guilt, anxiety , loss, among a myriad of other experiences which have inflicted pain and suffering. My experience working with clients in exploring their unique symptoms, be it depression, anxiety , etc., is to not rush headlong into an immediate remedy of the symptoms, rather the exploration of how these symptoms may be trying to inform in new ways of approaching life.
Black and African American
Hispanic and Latino
(681) 201-3324 
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Office is near:
Morgantown, WV 26501
Offers online therapy

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Anxiety Therapists
At the core of anxiety is a mistaken appraisal of danger in which threats are exaggerated, triggering an array of negative feelings that overwhelm patients and lead to avoidant behavior. Therapists take aim at the three big components of anxiety—worry, physical arousal or edginess, and avoidance—by teaching one or more well-researched programs of skills that are custom-tailored to patients’ own worst thoughts.

If you're looking for a Morgantown anxiety therapist, these professionals provide anxiety therapy and counseling in Morgantown.