Oakville Bronte Psychologist Hypnotherapist New Anxiety Therapy

Michele Renaud is a bilingual and caring psychologist who can help people identify the causes of their anxiety and offer them efficient approaches and modalities to quickly guide them out of such challenge.

Oakville, Canada - November 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Michele Renaud, a professional psychologist and psychotherapist based in Oakville, Ontario, launched an updated range of services for clients suffering from anxiety as well as PTSD, stress, depression and other psychological issues. By combining cognitive-behavioral therapy, clinical hypnosis, energy psychology and other efficient approaches, Michele strives to provide personalized psychotherapy sessions adapted to the specific needs and preferences of her clients.

More information can be found at http://michelerenaud.com.

Anxiety can present itself in a number of specific and very different ways, each of which is distressing to the person who is experiencing the symptoms. Chronic worrying, compulsions and rituals, obsessive thoughts, panic attacks, and phobias are all manifestations of anxiety.

Although people may have tried techniques to change their thoughts and behaviors, and faced their fears, they may still feel anxious and need professional support.

Overcoming fear or anxiety is extremely challenging. It requires hard work and courage, and although people may want to give up, Michele will be there to reassure and inspire them to “climb the mountain”. The journey is worthwhile.

What causes Anxiety? Anxiety disorders are typically triggered by stress, like consistently having too much to do and not enough time to do it. There are environmental or external factors like stress about finances and money, medical factors like drug abuse or withdrawal, brain chemistry and sometimes a combination of one or more of these factors.

Perception and Anxiety: Anxiety is a response to situations that happen to us. However, it is more probable that people can create anxiety within themselves with negative self talk or belief systems involving fear, continuously focusing on the worst possible outcome. When it comes to outside forces, their perception of what is happening to them has a great deal to do with whether they experience anxiety.

Catastrophic Thinking causing Anxiety: Anxiety can also be caused by something referred to as “Catastrophic Thinking.” There are many people who get into the habit of thinking about the worst that can happen and start imagining scenarios that will most likely never take place. With catastrophic thinking, the person creates anxiety within themselves by expanding the imagined unlikely scenarios fearing the worst.

Trauma and Anxiety: Anxiety can certainly follow trauma from events like the death of a loved one, multiple stressors happening all at the same time, like changing jobs, moving and having a death in the family all within a very short time frame. This type of situation is rare but when it does happen it can cause a great deal of anxiety.

Michele is a very experienced and caring psychologist who can appropriately help her clients identify the causes of their anxiety and offer them efficient approaches and modalities to guide them out of such challenge quickly.

More information about her and her services is available at http://michelerenaud.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Michele Renaud
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Organization: Michele Renaud Psychologist & Hypnotherapist
Address: 416 North Service Rd E Suite 100, Oakville, Ontario L6H 5R2, Canada
Phone: +1-905-594-1114
Website: http://www.michelerenaud.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933630

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