Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety can make your life feel like it’s out of control. But at With, we’re here to provide you with the knowledge and guidance you need to find an anxiety treatment that works for you.

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What is Anxiety?

Anxiety – the knot in your stomach, the racing of your heart, the worries you can’t get out of your mind. It’s a natural human response to the uncertainties and challenges that life throws our way. We’ve all felt it, whether it’s the nervous anticipation before a big event or the unease of navigating life’s twists and turns. But when anxiety begins to overshadow your day-to-day existence, interfering with your ability to live life fully, it can go beyond a normal worry and negatively affect your mental health. No one is alone in these thoughts. Anxiety is a common struggle, and we’re here to help you access the resources you need to manage it.

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The Spectrum of  Anxiety 
Anxiety is not a one-size-fits-all experience;
it exists on a spectrum, ranging from mild concerns to debilitating disorders.

It could be as simple as worrying if you left the stove on or as disruptive as seeing the doctor every other week because you swear that suspicious mole is cancer.

There is no one cause for anxiety, and it can be made better or worse depending on your daily stressors, environment, relationships, and lifestyle. From generalized anxiety disorder to phobias and panic disorders, anxiety can manifest in various forms, each presenting its own set of challenges and complexities.

Generalized Anxiety

When we say anxiety, we’re mostly discussing generalized anxiety or GAD. If you have generalized anxiety, you may experience worrying thoughts or nervous reactions that are out of ...


Phobias are one of the most common mental health disorders and are described as intense fears of people, places, or things that cause little to no actual danger. ...

Panic Disorder

In times of severe or overwhelming anxiety, you may experience a panic attack. These are moments of intense fear, accompanied by physical sensations like being unable to breathe, numbness ...

Symptoms of Anxiety

While anxiety is a mental health concern, the effects aren’t just mental. If you’ve ever heard of the fight or flight response, anxiety is closely linked to that. Our minds and bodies are incredibly smart and adept at keeping us alive. The fight or flight response is a part of our psychosomatic nervous system. This system sends adrenaline and cortisol through your body, causing your heart to race faster, your breath to shorten, and your senses to sharpen. It’s our body’s natural way of defending itself in response to imminent danger.

However, while our lives have evolved from being hunter-gatherers chased by sabertooth tigers, our minds haven’t quite gotten the memo –especially for those struggling with anxiety. When you’re put into a stressful situation or have a worrying thought, it kickstarts that fight or flight system, even when you’re not in danger. From physical discomfort to overwhelming emotions, these are just a few of the many symptoms that can accompany an anxiety attack.

Physical Symptoms of Anxiety

  • =Elevated Heart Rate
  • =Overwhelming Thoughts or Feelings
  • =Numbness
  • =Difficulty Breathing or Shortness of Breath
  • =Sweating
  • =Jaw Tension
  • =Nausea or Stomach Aches
  • =Feeling Like You’re Going to Die
  • =Panic Attacks
  • =Feeling Faint or Dizzy
  • =Shaking

Beyond the Physical Symptoms

Anxiety isn’t just a moment of worry, it’s a persistent source of stress that can impact every facet of our lives. From strained relationships to diminished work performance, its effects can ripple outward. Some people may have lost friendships from having too many canceled plans or unanswered texts. Some people may have ended relationships too soon from paranoia or mistrust or being “too much.” Some people may be scared that they are letting their whole lives pass them by because they can’t leave their house.

If any of these struggles sound familiar to you or your loved one, seeking professional help can provide clarity and support on your journey. At With, we’re here to connect you with a community where you can share your story without judgment and receive the guidance you need through your anxiety treatment.

The Physical Symptoms of Anxiety

How an IOP Can Help You With Anxiety

Healing from anxiety is not a linear path; it’s a journey filled with ups and downs, breakthroughs and setbacks. What your path will look like is unique to you. With that said, therapy is one of the most common and most effective choices for anxiety treatment. It provides a safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings, challenge negative beliefs, and develop coping strategies for managing stress.

At With, we understand how anxiety can affect not just your thoughts but your work, life, sleep, and relationships. Whether you’re seeking to learn more about anxiety for yourself, a loved one, or your patient, we’re here to support those who need help regaining control of their mental health. Millions of people around the world struggle with anxiety on a day-to-day basis, and we’re here to help connect you to them, so we can all share, learn, and grow together. We offer cognitive-behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy, two approaches that are effective for managing and overcoming anxiety. Through our intensive outpatient program (IOP) and group therapy sessions, we provide a welcoming environment where you can find solace, strength, and guidance on your journey toward healing.

Take Your First Steps

It takes courage to seek help, and we’re here to help you along the way. If you’re ready to take the first step, we invite you to schedule your intake consultation today. We are an IOP focused on connecting you to others with similar struggles. Whether you’re seeking group support or a safe space to share your story, you’ll find the tools you need to improve and grow with our therapy approach. Join our community today and take the first step towards a brighter, anxiety-free future with us by your side.

Schedule Your Appointment Online

We are excited to start this journey towards improving your mental health. For
your convenience, you can book your initial or follow up appointments online


Please choose a time slot below to book your initial appointment. Once booked, we will forward additional forms that need to be completed prior to your first appointment. All forms must be completed prior to your booked appointment time, or we may have to reschedule your appointment to a later date.


After your initial appointment is confirmed, you will receive a patient portal link that can be used to communicate with the office - either to ask questions, change appointments or any other issues you may have. Please be aware that the Patient Portal is run through a company called "Charm Health" and any email asking for verification will be from there. This is primarily the best way to get ahold of our team for any needs.


If you are seeking a time that is not available, please place yourself on the
waitlist. There is a high chance we can move up your appointment.

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2203 N Lois Ave, Suite 220
Tampa, FL 33607