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Too much stress can manifest itself with physical symptoms, like headaches or insomnia. It can also make you irritable, more susceptible to illness, and hurt your concentration. Online therapy will help you feel calmer, decrease anxiety, and gain better control of your life.
Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder, and comes in many – many of which are responsive to web therapy, and Wemby psychologists that specialize in treating anxiety will teach you the tools you need to improve your quality of life.
A common mood disorder, depression leaves patients feeling sad, down, hopeless or empty – feelings that may not line up with your actual life circumstances. As it comes in many forms, your specific symptoms will determine the type of online therapy for depression you receive.
Having trouble bouncing back? Wishing you were stronger when life gets tough? Inner strength is a muscle, and one of our Wemby online therapists can help you improve your resilience to start feeling like you can take on anything.
Working in a team setting can get complicated, and interpersonal skills play the biggest role. Our web therapists are specialists in helping patients develop their emotional intelligence and social skills, extending into the workplace.
Online therapy isn’t only about anxiety and depression – it’s also a go-to source for career coaching and leadership development. Wemby online psychologists are experts in therapy specifically geared toward professional development.
Giving it all to help people can be costly, and being far away from home, living with colleagues and perhaps in complex contexts can lead to difficult situations and the build up of steam. We know how it is and several Wemby therapists are former humanitarian workers.
From minor issues of self-confidence to more intense experiences of extremely low self-esteem, self-image is a common mental health challenge faced all over the world. Fortunately, self-confidence problems often respond well to therapy
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can arise after an individual experiences one or more traumatic events, including symptoms such as flashbacks, anxiety, depression and/or panic attacks. Our online therapists are here to help.
Many Wemby online psychologists are specially trained on therapy related to sexuality and mental health. No matter how uncomfortable or strange it may feel at first, one of our therapists is professionally experienced in helping patients with issues related to sexuality.
Despite remarkable social progress in recent years, LGBT individuals continue to face discrimination and marginalization that lead to a unique source of fear, anxiety, stress, and other mental health issues that require effective coping strategies.
Much more than just shyness, social anxiety is an overwhelming fear of being judged and scrutinized by others in performance situations – and often in everyday social scenarios. These painful fears can heavily restrict your ability to have a meaningful life.
Grief is a complex and overwhelming part of the human experience, and it’s often nearly impossible to face without any help. Our online grief counselors are specifically educated in helping patients move through times of mourning after loss
Part of maintaining a healthy mental state has much to do with maintaining meaningful human connections in your life. Much like your mental health, romantic, friendly, and familial relationships need regular nurturing. Wemby online therapists are trained to help with just that.
If you’ve ever experienced the distressing symptoms of a panic attack, you’re not alone – millions suffer from these abrupt episodes of intense fear that can peak in just a few minutes. Fear of another attack may mean avoiding certain places or activities, negatively impacting your life.
Often referred to as Health Anxiety, this disorder causes people to overly preoccupy themselves with concerns that they currently have or will develop a serious illness. There are many triggers, and even reassurance from doctors may not alleviate the anxiety.
Involves unwanted and intrusive thoughts, images or urges that you can’t seem to get rid of, which can manifest itself through excessive cleaning, unreasonable repetitive behaviors, hoarding, re-checking things several times, and many other symptoms.
A phobia is a strong and often irrational fear in response to common things, places or situations. Even when patients know their fear is over the top, the terror can be so strong that they absolutely avoid the sources of their phobias – which can make life quite difficult.