Anxiety Treatment Services

Center of Life Counseling provides Orlando counseling and therapy services by expert anxiety, depression and trauma therapists. Our professional counseling is available to individuals, couples and families dealing with mental or emotional challenges including issues with relationships, work, life transitions, academic concerns and other life struggles. Our therapists are passionate about providing a safe, understanding and compassionate space throughout the healing journey.

Anxiety

Anxiety

Experiencing occasional nervousness, fear or worry is common. Experiencing daily nervousness, worry or fear is less common and often a sign of an anxiety disorder. Our anxiety therapists are here to help.

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Depression

Depression

Feelings of sadness, hopelessness and loneliness often arise at different periods in one’s life. However, when these negative emotions occur for longer than 1-2 weeks, it may be a sign of a depression disorder. Our depression counselors are here for you.

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Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

All relationships experience conflict and periods of difficulty. However, when the problems are reoccurring, insistent and harmful, it could be a sign of something more dangerous. Our domestic violence specialists are here to provide guidance and support.

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Emotional Abuse

Emotional Abuse

Expressing emotions is a natural part of being human. However, when expressing those emotions becomes unsafe or met with backlash, embarrassment and/or humiliation, it might be a sign of emotional abuse. Our specialized emotional abuse counselors are here to support you.

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Relationship OCD is when obsessive thoughts and behaviors begin to negatively impact your relationships. Oftentimes, questioning the significance and intimacy of your relationships may be a sign of relationship OCD.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) is defined as a series of ongoing and repeated interpersonal conflicts or traumas over a long period of time. C-PTSD is more common than PTSD as the aftermath of an accident or witnessing violence. If you’ve received services for anxiety and depression in the past with no avail, you could be experiencing symptoms of C-PTSD. Our specialized trauma therapists are available to assist.

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Meet Our Team

Caitlin Hilligas

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Jessica Richards Center of Life Counseling

Jessica Richards

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

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