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An Online Psychotherapy and Wellness Boutique For Women With Anxiety


Anxiety Therapy For Women

Women today are bombarded with messages about how we should look, act, think, and feel. Many of us are experiencing high-levels of stress due to the demands of our many roles- professional, homemaker, entrepreneur, caregiver, spouse, friend, organizer, student, etc. We're overwhelmed from trying to keep up and meet expectations. Too many responsibilities, and too little time for self-caring activities, has led to disruptive levels of anxiety, stress, and fear. We fear failure, we fear success, we fear disappointment, and we fear not being good enough.


If you're here it's because you've had enough of anxiety and stress controlling your life! You have a burning desire to restore your sense of peace and joy. You want to learn how to manage your worrisome thoughts and how to relax your body. You want to be less irritable when engaging with your loved ones, improve your focus, sleep better, and enhance your self-confidence. Simply stated, you're looking to improve your quality of life by understanding and better managing your anxiety. 


Good news: Your anxiety is lying to you. You can change! You can worry less! And you are not "crazy" for having anxiety. Therapy can help you get un-stuck and move confidently towards your truest desires (despite your anxieties and fears).

Help for anxiety and the stuff hiding behind it.

Sometimes anxiety is the symptom of another issue such as: 

  • Life Transitions

  • Suppressed Emotions

  • Traumatic Experiences

  • Low Self-Esteem/Body Image

  • Career/Professional Issues

  • Grief and Loss

  • Physical Health Concerns

  • Depression

  • Relationship Issues

  • Motherhood



I'm JaMeshia Sykes, a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Yoga Teacher and Anxiety Specialist.

In short, I transform the lives of women! My clinical passion is helping women plagued by anxiety, stress, and worry live a life unhindered. I offer counseling to help balance life's demands, resolve faulty core beliefs, and navigate difficult emotions. I also target other issues that can cause anxiety such as life transitions, pregnancy, self-confidence, trauma, relationship issues, parenting, and health concerns.

Personalized Therapy for the Modern Woman

Here, we do therapy different. We do not provide "cookie-cutter" services. We are wellness boutique and we take pride in providing personalized and unique experiences for each client. Our services are always tailored to fit your specific background, wants, needs, and goals. We take a Mind+Body approach to wellness and also offer private yoga and guided mediation/breathwork sessions.  


We fully embrace technology and meetings are held virtually on a HIPPA compliant platform. Via your online portal you can self-schedule, pay your balance, and print any therapy worksheets that were reviewed during your session. 


 Online therapy for anxiety is convenient, just as effective as in-person sessions, and also private and secure.

  • Attend from the comfort of your own home.

  • Schedule sessions around your busy schedule.

  • Fully commit to your goals. Virtual clients are less likely to miss a session due to the convenience of being able to attend from anywhere!

You can live a more satisfying life.

What is anxiety?

It is normal to experience some anxiety; anxiety is a natural emotion. It is the brain's way of reacting to stress. The function of healthy anxiety is to keep you safe by making you aware of potential dangers and threats. However, excessive anxiety can make it difficult to get through the day and enjoy your life. 

How can therapy help with anxiety?

Therapy can help you learn relaxation strategies and effective skills to better manage your anxiety. In therapy you will develop mindful awareness of your triggers and anxiety provoking thoughts. You will explore and replace the faulty core beliefs attached to your anxious thoughts and behaviors.


 Some byproducts of disruptive anxiety include lack of assertiveness, poor boundaries, low self-esteem, perfectionism, internal anger or resentment, relational issues, and poor performance at work... all of which can also be addressed in therapy!

How do I know I need professional help with my anxiety?

When your anxiety interferes with your daily living and quality of life it is time to seek professional help. Signs and symptoms of problematic anxiety include trouble sleeping; poor concentration due to ruminating thoughts; irritability; avoiding certain people, places, or things due to fear and anxiety; and experiencing intense physical symptoms such as fast heartbeat, sweaty palms, rapid breathing, upset stomach, or trembling.