Anxiety and Depression Therapy

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Looking for a depression or anxiety therapist near Savannah, Georgia? We know that when it comes to dealing with anxiety or depression on your own; you can feel isolated, afraid and feel like you are all alone. We are here to help.

There are many types of anxiety including panic disorder, general anxiety, phobia and social anxiety. There is also obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Depression is also a common mental illness that affects people in different ways. It has different symptoms, but it usually shows up as feelings of sadness or hopelessness and loss of interest in activities once enjoyed. When you experience these feelings the important first step is to get help.

Don't try to battle them on your own.

At C. Williams & Associates, we have many clinicians that specialize in helping those who suffer from anxiety and depression issues, we offer specialized treatment to help you cope and recover. Contact us today to get started.

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a state of unease or apprehension often accompanied by physical symptoms. Typically, the individual that suffers from anxiety will develop repeated bouts of worry and fear of an impending event or situation.

While fears and worries are common in the general population, these repeated episodes of intense worry are considered problematic when they begin to affect personal life and work performance. These episodes cause stress, which can add to other health problems; but if you learn how to manage your anxiety, there are many ways that you can be successful in dealing with this issue.

Symptoms Of Anxiety

  • Intrusive Or Obsessional Thoughts
  • Persistent Dread
  • Panic
  • Raid Heartbeat
  • Problems Focusing Or Confusion
  • Anger, Frustration, Despair
  • Restlessness or Pacing
  • Sleep Trouble
  • Nausea Or Gastrointestinal Issues
  • Rapid Breathing (Hyperventilation)
  • Tense Muscles
  • Sweating
  • Trembling
  • Compulsion to avoid triggers

Not all of these symptoms need to be present for you to have anxiety; you don't even need to experience the majority of them. You may have an anxiety-related problem even if you just exhibit three or more of these symptoms.

Types of Anxiety

Generalized Anxiety

GAD arises when you worry excessively about mundane issues like work, family, education, health, or money but the anxiety is realistic. You can think that your worrying is out of your control and that it keeps you in a cycle.

Generalized Anxiety (GAD)


OCD encompasses both compulsions and obsessions. Obsessions are uncontrollable, extreme, unrealistic, and unreasonable thinking. Compulsions, which are behaviors performed to ease the distress brought on by the intrusive thoughts, often accompany them.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Panic Disorder

A panic attack is a sudden intense period of fear or intense discomfort, followed by the anxiety of experiencing another panic attack.

Panic Disorder


Overwhelming dread of particular things, places, or people.



PSTD is connected to a previous traumatic event where you believed your life or the life of a loved one was in danger.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD)

Social Anxiety 640

Social Anxiety is characterized by a great dread of what others may think or judge of you.

Social Anxiety

Our Anxiety & Depression Therapy Specialists

Chris Williams, LPC

Cori Williams, LPC

David Fitzgerald, LAPC

Hannah Fitzgerald, APC

Kimberly Nielsen, LPCA

Paige Kimble, LAPC

Peri Kyriacos, LCSW

Seneca Pender, LCSW

Syndie Wallace, LPC

Tosha S. Robbins, LPC