Feeling worried, nervous, anxious, or even fearful is a part of life. None of us can fully escape it. But when these feelings begin to invade everyday life it can be quite difficult to function. Sleep, productivity, and joy can all be disrupted. Physical symptoms such as headaches or stomach aches are common. Sometimes the physical symptoms explode into a panic attack. If constant worry occupies your thoughts, or fear prevents you from living the life you deserve, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can help. Unpacking catastrophic predictions and debunking irrational fears makes room to face new challenges. Through a combination of thoughtful exercises and active practice (or in CBT terms, behavioral experiments) you will learn to tame your anxious mind and start living life to its fullest.