Anxiety Disorder Treatment

Anxiety and worry are common feelings that are a part of life, but for some these feelings can become overwhelming and begin to interfere with their day-to-day life. More than 40 million adults in the U.S. have an anxiety disorder, and even more individuals could benefit from counseling to help live a full and happy life.

Why Choose NGPG Behavioral Health

No matter where you are on your mental health journey, our Behavioral Health Specialists can help. Our team at NGPG Behavioral Health provides evidence-based treatment and ongoing counseling to support people struggling with fears, worry or more challenging anxiety disorders. We are connected to a comprehensive network of resources and services across the continuum of care, including psychiatrists and primary care providers.

We know each person’s journey is unique, and patients may need varying levels of help, so we will work with you closely to develop a customized plan that helps you live your healthiest life.

Our Focus Areas

Whether you could simply use someone to talk to about fears and concerns, or you need advanced help or intervention to live a full life, our team has experience treating a wide variety of mental health concerns.

General Anxiety

If you have persistent or excessive worry and concern about day-to-day activities that interferes with your life or causes you to disengage with activities you used to enjoy, you could benefit from the support and insight of a Behavioral Health Specialist. Our team is specially trained to help with anxiety disorders.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or OCD, can look different for different people. While obsessive cleanliness or the urge to repeat the same actions can be a sign of OCD, many people suffer from intrusive or unwanted thoughts that are difficult to dismiss or control. OCD can make you feel powerless or ashamed, but we can help. Our team of licensed clinical social workers use evidence-based techniques to treat and help you manage OCD.

Panic attacks and panic disorder

Panic attacks happen when your body has an uncontrollable and sometimes subconscious response to stressful situations or maybe a trigger from a past trauma. Signs and symptoms include a rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, sweating, trembling, chest pain and other common responses to intense fear and danger.

NGPG Behavioral Health’s comprehensive approach to care, which includes close partnership with primary care providers, can be an advantage for people who suffer from panic attacks. Those who suffer from panic attacks may be concerned about deciphering what may be a mental response to stress from a potential physical health concern, like a heart condition. Our team can help assess each of your needs and develop a holistic treatment plan.


From extreme stress and discomfort in social situations to overwhelming fears of contracting an illness, phobias can come in many shapes and sizes. Every day fears are normal and a part of a human’s survival instincts, but you may need additional support and treatment for a phobia if you have started reorganizing your routine or your life goals to avoid the subject of your fear.

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Please call any of our convenient locations directly for more information. A referral from a NGPG primary care provider is required.