Online Anxiety Therapy

For Mental Health & Substance Addiction

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We offer online therapy for anxiety to anyone interested in working with a counselor from the comfort of home.

Anxiety can be crippling, and if you struggle with it, you know how quickly it zaps the joy out of your life. If you’ve been searching for online anxiety therapy, you’re in the right place. 

We want to meet you where you are so you can get the treatment and support you need. 

Modern Recovery Services can help you with: 

  • Working through trauma
  • Improving your relationships with friends and family
  • Developing coping skills 
  • Understanding your anxiety triggers
  • Individual and group therapy sessions
  • Accountability and structure

You’ll work directly with an online psychologist who will tailor your treatment plan to meet your unique needs. 

What is Online Anxiety Therapy?

If you have ever been to a therapist for anxiety, you may be familiar with how it’s treated. 

Most counselors use a combination of therapy and medication. With online anxiety treatment, your experience will be very similar, although you will probably find it to be much more comfortable to receive help right at home. 

Virtual anxiety therapy involves meeting with a therapist and/or a psychologist on a regular basis via video appointments. Your therapist will talk with you about how you’re feeling that day, your current challenges, and anything else that may be contributing to your anxiety. 

“People have hurdles to get to treatment, and we can remove those hurdles for them and make it more accessible”

At Modern Recovery Services, we want you to feel comfortable with your therapist. That’s why they take the time to get to know you so your treatment plan can be tailored to meet your unique needs. 

Our online anxiety counseling services include: 

You’ll work with your online therapist on a schedule you both agree on. Your therapist will talk with you about available options for your condition and will help you at every step of your journey.

We Accept Insurance

We work with most major insurance providers to help minimize the cost of treatment. Let’s check to see if your provider will cover your treatment.

We’re in-network with BlueCross BlueShield

Evidence-Based Online Treatment

Modern Recovery Services utilizes only the most modern, evidence-based treatment options for anxiety. Any of the following may work well for you, depending on your situation and diagnosis:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, works by changing the way you think, which in turn, alters your behaviors. This method of anxiety treatment may help you see your situation differently while teaching you new coping skills.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a form of CBT. It focuses on helping you cultivate four skills – mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation. DBT helps people with anxiety to accept their diagnosis while working to get better at the same time.

Exposure Therapy

Exposure therapy is another form of CBT, and your online counselor may implement this method if your anxiety is due to a phobia or PTSD. You’ll receive training to help you relax, work through any anxiety-provoking triggers you may have, and expose yourself to those triggers with guidance.

Psychoanalytic Therapy

Psychoanalytic therapy involves working with a psychologist to examine your anxiety in more detail. Together, you will look at your fears, desires, and thoughts to gain a greater understanding of how you view yourself. This method has been shown to reduce anxiety.

Interpersonal Therapy

Interpersonal therapy involves working with your therapist to identify interpersonal issues that could lead to anxiety. For example, if you have trouble relating well with others, or problems within your personal relationships, this method may help. You will learn healthy ways to communicate with others and how to properly express how you feel.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, works by changing the way you think, which in turn, alters your behaviors. This method of anxiety treatment may help you see your situation differently while teaching you new coping skills.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a form of CBT. It focuses on helping you cultivate four skills – mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation. DBT helps people with anxiety to accept their diagnosis while working to get better at the same time.

Exposure Therapy

Exposure therapy is another form of CBT, and your online counselor may implement this method if your anxiety is due to a phobia or PTSD. You’ll receive training to help you relax, work through any anxiety-provoking triggers you may have, and expose yourself to those triggers with guidance.

Psychoanalytic Therapy

Psychoanalytic therapy involves working with a psychologist to examine your anxiety in more detail. Together, you will look at your fears, desires, and thoughts to gain a greater understanding of how you view yourself. This method has been shown to reduce anxiety.

Interpersonal Therapy

Interpersonal therapy involves working with your therapist to identify interpersonal issues that could lead to anxiety. For example, if you have trouble relating well with others, or problems within your personal relationships, this method may help. You will learn healthy ways to communicate with others and how to properly express how you feel.

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Counseling and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Many individuals who struggle with anxiety also have unresolved substance abuse issues. When a mental health condition and addiction are present together, this is called having a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis.

At Modern Recovery Services, we find that about 50% of the clients we work with are dual-diagnosis clients. 

If you struggle with anxiety, it’s possible that you frequently turn to substances as a way to self-medicate. Alcohol, marijuana, and opioids are often the drugs of choice for people with anxiety disorders. 

In the past, it was common to treat substance abuse before addressing mental health conditions like anxiety. However, today we know that treatment is much more effective when it is done at the same time. 

Your online anxiety therapist will talk with you about your substance abuse history. It’s important, to be honest about any drug or alcohol use. 

Also, if you struggle with other issues, such as disordered eating or depression, please let your therapist know so they can work with you on those issues.