Therapy Services & (Telehealth Visits Only) in Scarsdale, NY

Anxiety services offered in Scarsdale, NY

Anxiety before a work presentation or big event is normal, but if anxiety occurs regularly and negatively affects your quality of life, you can benefit from professional support. JoAnne Singh, LMHC, and the team at Fully Integrated Psychotherapy & Consultation, in Scarsdale, New York, offer online therapy to patients struggling with anxiety. Call the office or book an appointment online to get the care you need in a private and convenient way. 

What is an anxiety disorder?

You’re diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when worry and fear persist or worsen over time and interfere with daily life. Feeling worried at times is completely normal. When you have an anxiety disorder, excessive worry doesn’t improve and is often disproportionate to the circumstances. 

Anxiety might creep up in social events, or you may experience general anxiety. The providers at Fully Integrated Psychotherapy & Consultation offer support and treatment to help you overcome anxiety disorders. 

What symptoms suggest I need help managing anxiety?

Anxiety shows up differently in everyone. Symptoms of anxiety can include excessive worry, fear, and concern, even when there’s nothing clearly wrong.
Anxiety also causes physical symptoms, including: 

  • Difficulty falling or staying asleep
  • Muscle aches
  • Irritability
  • Increased heart rate
  • Restlessness
  • Upset stomach

Anxiety can lead to panic attacks that include symptoms like heart palpitations, heavy sweating, nausea, and breathlessness. People with an anxiety disorder also may develop chronic diarrhea, headaches, and systemic pain.

Does anxiety increase my risk of developing other mental health issues?

Anxiety increases your risk of other mental health concerns, such as: 

  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Substance abuse
  • Depression

It’s common for people with anxiety to withdraw from their friends and family. Anxiety can interfere with your work performance and relationships too. 

How do you treat anxiety?

Your provider customizes your anxiety treatment plan according to the severity of your symptoms and your triggers. They may use techniques to help you reframe your thoughts and manage your condition. These techniques might include:

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

CBT is a form of talk therapy that helps you identify unhelpful thinking patterns and reframe them in a more healthy manner.


Your therapist can help you become more mindful so you don’t have the time or interest in anxious, negative thoughts. 

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR helps you understand your anxiety triggers and symptoms and how they may be connected to unprocessed memories. This treatment helps you reprocess old emotions and body sensations and focus on positive beliefs about yourself. 

If anxiety is interfering with your quality of life, seek care from Fully Integrated Psychotherapy & Consultation. Call the office or book a telehealth appointment online today.