Anxiety Treatment – Idaho Falls

Achieve greater peace of mind.

Regain Balance and Achieve a Happier Life.

Anxiety can manifest itself in many different ways. It can bring feelings of nervousness, worry, or even dread. If anxiety is persistent and begins disrupting life, it may be an anxiety disorder. We have both the experience and the persistence necessary to help regain balance and attain peace of mind. 

Anxiety affects nearly 1/3 of adults.

Occasional feelings of anxiety are a natural part of life and sometimes can even be productive. It can be a signal that something isn’t right and help you avoid danger and make necessary changes. Lifestyle changes may help those who experience some feelings of anxiety. However, when anxiety disrupts your daily life, seeking treatment can help! Anxiety disorders can often be treated successfully with psychotherapy and/or medication. Let us help you find the peace in life you desire. 

Signs of Anxiety

  • Restlessness
  • Irritabilty
  • Fatigue/Trouble sleeping
  • Stomachaches/Headaches
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Difficulty controlling emotions

Strategies to Manage Anxiety

  • Exercise
  • Get enough sleep
  • Limit caffeine and alcohol
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Acknowledge limits
  • Identify triggers

Our Therapists

Kristopher L. Walton, LCSW PA

Kristopher L. Walton, LCSW PA

Psychotherapist

Kristopher Walton specializes in assisting teenagers and adults who suffer from a variety mental health concerns. He will help you learn to find healthy relationships in your current situation. No problem is too big to overcome.

Reed M. Haight, LPC

Reed M. Haight, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Reed specializes in helping teenagers, young adults, newly and long-term marriages, and adults find ways to improve their lives and stop issues of anger, anxiety, depression, guilt, shame and addictions.

Sara Stengel, LPC NCC

Sara Stengel, LPC NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Sara Stengel has knowledge and experience working with teens, adults, as well as children and their families in a variety of different mental health struggles.