Believe it or not, problems with anxiety are treatable and frequently in a shorter period of time than you would imagine. Using brief cognitive behavioral therapy and solution focused techniques you'll be able to manage your anxiety and get back to feeling balanced.
If you're going to place trust in your counselor it only seems fair that you have some basis for making that decision by knowing something about me. I'm Dr. Brad Hieger and I earned my Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University and my M.A. at Ball State University with a double major in Counseling and Social Psychology. My undergraduate degree was in psychology and earned at Adelphi University. I love what I do. My approach to work and life is threefold: (1) if it's worth doing something, it's worth doing right; (2) if I'm going to spend my time working, it may as well be doing things I really enjoy; and (3) have the ability to teach others and the humility to learn from others.
For nearly 15 years I've had clinical positions in college counseling centers, psychiatric hospitals, drug and alcohol centers, career counseling centers, community mental health centers, and private practices. I've listened to people's stories, entered their lives, and have made a genuine effort to reward their trust in me by providing the very best help I can offer. I've taught my clients a few things over the years and I'm proud of the work I've done. My clients have also taught me a great deal, and for that I'm grateful to be in the position I am in.