Anxiety + Stress Management Support Group
Every Thursday Night. 9 pm EST.
Online Group Therapy for Anxiety
Support and tools for dealing with an uncertain and scary time.
- Learn how to manage anxiety in the face of a very real threat.
- Practical tools and strategies that actually make a difference.
- Help identifying what is real and what is making your anxiety worse.
- Ideas and tips for still living a full life during a time of social distancing.
- Completely free to you.
- Access online so you can have the help you need no matter where you are.
- Help from a licensed professional.
A little about who we are.
Therapy was terrifying at first. But not feeling judged was extremely helpful. Previous therapists felt rather remote and disconnected. Here, I got some input into practical steps I can take to change my perspective. That is critically important. I feel calmer. More at peace. I still struggle, but I can recognize that for what it is.
After seeing several counselors elsewhere, this was the first time I felt genuinely heard and understood. My therapist's approach challenged me while uplifting me. He regularly affirmed me and all the places that I most hated myself, and has genuinely challenged me to hold a better view of myself than I ever have.
I guess around the third or fourth session when I actually started opening up about things I’ve never told anybody even previous therapists was when I realized that this counseling was working. Also, my therapist regularly asks me questions that have shaken my worldview and cause me to leave re-thinking so much about myself and how I have worth.
I think I am more honest with myself than I’ve ever been and I am experiencing greater freedom because of that.
I felt like I received practical handles on how to process the patterns in which I was thinking. Therapy broke down all walls and got to the actual issue that drives a lot of my dysfunction.
I loved my experience at Mathews Counseling.
Everything about therapy at Mathews Counseling has been different. The approach, openness, honesty. Not pushing solutions or prescribing anything has been very different from other places.
I was hesitant at first because there is such a stigma about mental health and going to a therapist. Once I began sessions with my therapist at Mathews Counseling, however, that feeling quickly went away.
Life is honest now. Life is listening to myself but examining what I am saying before taking action, or before passing judgment on others or myself. Therapy has meant laying down the weapons in the war I was choosing to wage and realizing love, peace, and honesty is available for me.
It feels great to have someone to listen, to hash things out with and to give feedback or be a sounding board on where I was and where I was headed. I'm as whole and authentic as I've ever been in life.
Completely online through a safe and secure platform.
Support you need
A road map to defeat anxiety from a licensed therapist.
Follow Up Plan
Get follow up tools and a plan to help once the group has ended.