Social Phobia

Social Phobia

Do you think you worry too much about events or people in your life? You may be experiencing social phobia. At Treehouse Counseling we have some really helpful exercises, including a social phobia anxiety test.  We can walk you through these to gauge whether or not your levels of anxiety are healthy or if you are in a position where therapy might be able to help you get more control over your social phobia anxiety levels. Anxiety screening can be a helpful tool that allows a professional to understand how you’re feeling in given situations and begin to uncover with you why that might be.

Working with a therapist is a great first step to understanding where your anxiety might be coming from, and understanding how to begin to improve your quality of life. At Treehouse Counseling, we have several tools and methods we can share with you to help you get started on a healthy path of managing your anxiety. Choosing a therapist to get started with is a big first step. If you’re willing, we’d like to help you with your social phobia anxiety test, and we invite you to connect with us to see if you feel we’re the right fit for you.

Treehouse Counseling provides both adult and child services:

Adult Services

Individual Counseling – We all wish our problems would go away by themselves and sometimes they do! However, when we let them linger too long they begin to negatively impact our lives and we need to take action in the form of therapy.

Family Counseling – Relationships change and not always for the better. We get older, our responsibilities evolve and our expectations are not always clear.

Couples Counseling – Married or not, couples face stressful situations every day. These problems can be as simple as sharing chores, finding enough money to pay the bills – or of a more serious nature such as abuse and fidelity issues.

Children’s Services

Play Therapy – Knights in armor, cartoon fish, farm animals, cowboys, warrior women– they, and many other archetypes, can be found in Sand Tray Therapy.

Play Therapy Animals – Emma is a gentle Chihuahua mix who was adopted from a shelter three years ago at the age of two and one-half years. She listens attentively and quietly to children who find her presence comforting.

Choosing a therapist to work with is a big first step. We invite you to take that first step with us. Connect with us to see if we have a good connection to start your therapy with.

For more information about Play Therapy and other services available at Treehouse Counseling Services, call: