Anxiety can be overwhelming. Counseling can help you to think clearly and become physically calm.
Excess stress can lead to feeling upset and imbalanced. Learning to relax benefits both mind and body.
Constant worrying leads to feeling agitated and fearful. Therapy can help you become more grounded.
Panic attacks can feel like you’re out of control. You can train your mind and body to break the cycle.
Fears and avoidance interfere with your goals. Becoming more comfortable around people is possible.
Non-stop thinking fuels anxiety. Fortunately, there are strategies to help you feel relaxed and focused.
Communication is key for long-lasting and effective relationships, both personally and professionally.
College Student Counseling
College can be stressful. You can learn to be comfortable and successful, socially and academically.
Physician Stress Management
Being a physician can be stressful. As a physician’s spouse, I can help you be your best self.
Video counseling for anxiety can help you effectively access inner peace, from the comfort of home!
Kevin Ott, LCSW, is passionate about helping people with anxiety and stress to access joy, peace, and inspiration. Since earning a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2006, he has utilized evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness, especially the work of Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie, to help individuals gain new perspectives and deepen appreciation for themselves, other people, and life situations. Kevin’s person-centered, presence-oriented, and solution-focused approach helps individuals through video counseling to create effective changes and live authentically.
Challenges are here to awaken you. Eckhart Tolle
Previously, Kevin worked in college counseling centers and higher education providing personal counseling to college students and teaching interpersonal communication as an adjunct professor. In his free time, Kevin enjoys mindfulness, reading non-fiction, and practicing yoga.