Treatment for Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Social Anxiety, and More from Long Island Counseling Services
Long Island Counseling Services has a team of therapists for anxiety that are here to treat your anxiety and stress. We specialize in creating a comfortable, personalized, supportive environment where you feel free to share your thoughts and feelings with a team that will understand you.
Our Long Island anxiety therapists and counselors use vetted, evidence-based, and engaging solutions to help you overcome anxiety and lead a more fulfilling, relaxed life. We have offices in Melville, NY and Bellmore, NY for your convenience. Learn more about our treatment solutions or connect with one of our therapists by calling (631) 380-3299 or filling out our online form.
When Does Anxiety Need Treatment?
“Anxiety” is a term for a broad range of conditions that are related to stress and fear. Those with anxiety find that they struggle with worries, tension, and a wide range of physical symptoms that make it difficult to enjoy life. There is no wrong time to receive help for anxiety, especially if you can answer “Yes” to any of the following questions:
- Do you feel like you’re always worried?
- Do you have physical anxiety symptoms that affect your quality of life?
- Do you find yourself overwhelmed by stress, fears, or change?
- Do you struggle with the physical symptoms of anxiety, like rapid heartbeat and shaking?
Many people think therapy is only for those in desperate need of mental health help. But therapy is for anyone that is ready to experience personal growth and better manage their mental health.
Anxiety Conditions: Types of Anxiety We Treat
At Long Island Counseling Services, we want you to feel free to call us even if you’re not sure if you have anxiety or do not think you struggle with a diagnosable condition. Counseling and therapy is about making sure that you are in more control over your life, and we do not require a diagnosis to do that.
With that in mind, there are different forms of anxiety we can treat including, but not limited to:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Social Anxiety Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Your anxiety may not fit these exact diagnoses. Our role as your anxiety therapists is to make sure that we identify not only what you’re struggling with, but how you struggle, to determine what treatments and approaches will work best for you.
Treatment Approaches and Modalities
Long Island Counseling Services has therapists with a broad range of expertise. That allows us to match you with someone you really connect with – someone that is experienced in the treatments and support that you need the most.
As we forge the client/therapist relationship, we’ll talk to you about the best counseling approaches to match your symptoms and try to find you the treatments that we believe will work best. Some of the therapy modalities we use include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Psychodynamic Theory
- Psychoanalytic Theory
- Behavioral Modification
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), and More
We’re also available just to talk, help with other mental wellness struggles, or to provide actionable guidance and feedback to help you learn more about yourself and how to navigate the challenges you face.
Our Service Area
Long Island Counseling Services has two offices conveniently located right here on Long Island. These offices are located in Melville, NY and Bellmore, NY, which means we are only a short drive from:
- Plainview, NY
- Bethpage, NY
- Farmingdale, NY
- Huntington, NY
- Deer Park, NY
- Freeport, NY
- Merrick, NY
- Seaford, NY
- Oceanside, NY, and Beyond
Located a little too far away? Not to worry. We offer remote therapy that allows us to treat patients through secure video conferencing technology, and we are licensed to provide this service from anywhere in New York.
Call Today to Get Matched with a Therapist
You deserve to be free from anxiety. Our Long Island therapists are here to help. But it starts with a call. Contact our front desk and get connected to a therapist that matches you. Let’s start the process for treating your anxiety and help you find some relief from your symptoms.