Anxiety Therapy in Chicago and Illinois

When there is a lot going on in life, many people find it hard to cope. Most people who start anxiety therapy feel stuck repeating the same painful patterns. Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you check things off of your to-do list, but you don’t feel like you’re getting anything done or you feel like you want to escape your thoughts and your life.

Stuck in negativity and feeling worried all the time, you may feel like life is controlled by anxiety.

Do You Feel Panicky, Guilty, Overwhelmed?

Anxiety therapy can help when…

  • You lost the joyful feelings that you used to have in life.
  • You have an insane schedule that doesn’t let you rest.
  • You feel dread, fear, strange thoughts, and a pounding heart.
  • You wake up during the night and cannot shut off your brain.
  • You feel like there are so many things to manage and your forever growing “to do list” leaves you feeling completely overwhelmed.

If these sound true for you, I want you to know that even if you are really struggling, nothing is wrong with you. What you are experiencing is normal and it’s okay to ask for help. It’s not selfish to prioritize caring for yourself. You don’t have to always prioritize work or your family’s needs over your own needs.

Anxiety Therapy Can Help You Break The Cycles Of Anxiety And Stress

It’s possible to feel better. Imagine a life where you could…

  • Not worry so much.
  • Figure out who you are and what direction to go in next.
  • Feel present in your life and relationships instead of living in the past or future.
  • Create a more meaningful life based on who you are and what you value.
  • Get to the root problems and solve those instead of using band-aid fixes.
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Contact me today for your free consultation.


Cher Hamilton-Tekautz, LCSW

Psychotherapy For Individuals


5215 N Ravenswood Ave
Unit 213
Chicago, IL 60640

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