In this first episode of the Summer Q&A Podcast series, Megan and Ariayana discuss Anxiety.
Ariayana has prepared some of the most common questions about anxiety that people want to know. And therapist Megan Jernigan answers the questions and gives insight to getting help. What causes anxiety? What are some symptoms? When should I seek professional help?
If you or someone you know is struggling, please watch this video for some of the most common questions people have regarding this topic. New episodes will upload weekly with new topics explored and questions answered. Be sure to like and subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. If you feel you need help with anxiety, please visit our contact page and send us a message.
About Hope in Healing
Hope In Healing Family Services, PLLC. Offers counseling services to individuals, children, and families. Through professional counseling services, we may be able to help if you are struggling to find your balance, dealing with a time of transition, or finding your way as a family. At Hope In Healing Family Services, PLLC, we utilize tele-therapy to serve a greater span of individuals and families in North Carolina, including those in rural areas without local services and/or with transportation difficulties.
Megan Jernigan, MS, LCMHC, LPC, NCC has been working with individuals and families for twenty years. She has experience working in mental health agencies, school systems, residential facilities, and private practice counseling. Megan graduated with her Master’s of Science in Counselor Education from East Carolina University in 2013.
Sheresa Elliot, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (A). She strives to understand how environments impact a person’s behaviors and help them to address the emotional challenges and mental barriers. Working with individuals to explore how trauma, life changes, relationships and stressors impact a person’s behavior. Her primary therapy models are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief Solutions Focused Therapy (SFT), Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).