Are you worried you may have an anxiety disorder? Help is available.
Answer yes/no to the following questions, and record your answers:
Are you worried about many different things at once?
Do you have trouble controlling your worries?
Do you find yourself getting anxious easily?
Are you becoming more irritable as your anxiety increases?
Does stress make you feel tired and worn out?
Do you have trouble falling asleep/staying asleep?
Is your anxiety making it hard for you to concentrate?
Do you feel easily startled and jumpy?
Do you worry about things that may not be so rational?
Does your anxiety prevent you from doing things you love?
Does your anxiety prevent you from having new experiences?
Do you have a physical reaction to being anxious, such as shakes, tremors, sweating or needing the bathroom?
Do you experience repetitive, unwanted thoughts that are distressing?
Do you feel like anxiety is disrupting your day to day life?
If you answered YES to one of these questions, there is a warning that you may have an anxiety disorder. If you answered YES to any two, the chances are that you have an anxiety disorder.
Anxiety disorders are a set of mental health conditions that cause extreme stress and physical symptoms. There are many types of anxiety disorders, and at Eastside Center For Family, we’re here for you.
You don’t have to wait to get help. Reach out today.
We can help. Call us to discuss the options available. If we are unable to help you we will provide you with options to receive help. 425-462-8558
Available Counseling Options
IOP (intensive outpatient) Treatment
OP (outpatient) Continuing Care
Referral and Inpatient Treatment Planning
Address : 2025 112th Ave NE Suite 201
Bellewood Office Park,
Bellevue, Washington 98004
Office : 425.462.8558
Fax : 425.462.8556
Eastside Center for Family is licensed by the State of Washington Department of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR).
The foundation of our approach to treatment and all forms of counseling in our office is one of respect, empowering people to make their own choices. We take time to listen carefully and identify with a person problem maintaining behaviors and look for workable solutions.