I'm Danielle, Wayne, and I help millennial professionals dial down anxiety and stress, so they can perform at their best.
Note that I help clients throughout North Dakota.
I’m a therapist who helps anxious millennial-aged professionals in Fargo, North Dakota.
As a millennial myself, I know what you’re going through. I also know how you can lead a fuller and happier life without anxiety.
I don’t think therapy should last forever. Instead, I want to give you the tools and self-knowledge that you need to overcome your anxiety.
If you’re an anxious millennial in North Dakota, I can help. Schedule a complimentary, no-pressure consultation with me below.
I’m an online therapist, which means that I see my clients via video calls.
It’s not a traditional form of therapy, but in my experience, it suits millennials’ lifestyles and fits within their schedules.
Instead of commuting to your therapist’s office, sitting in a waiting room, and driving back to your home or office, you can simply open your laptop with online therapy. After intense sessions, you can decompress in the comfort of your own home, and making and keeping appointments is easier. Burnout is real, so it’s my goal to make the therapeutic process as convenient as possible.
If you’re curious about online therapy, I encourage you to set up a complimentary session with me below. We can get to know each other, and I can further explain why I see my clients online.
Your relationship with your therapist is crucial.Ask yourself the following questions when consulting with a Fargo therapist:
→ Do I feel safe? To make progress, you’ll need to be vulnerable. To be vulnerable, you have to feel safe with your therapist.
→ Do I feel understood? Your therapist should “get” you. That’s one reason I work with millennials—because I understand what you’re going through.
→ Do we get along? You should have chemistry with your therapist.
Yes, there are a few different centers and resources for you in Fargo.
→ The National Alliance on Mental Health (Fargo Chapter)
→ North Dakota Behavioral Services Resource Page
→ North Dakota’s Behavioral Services DivisionThis isn’t an exhaustive list.
A therapist in Fargo can connect you with more resources.If you are contemplating suicide, call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 immediately.
Anxiety therapy is different with each therapist. That being said, you can expect to discuss emotional triggers, daily stressors, current life circumstances, and your thought processes.
To be successful in therapy, you have to be vulnerable. It can be scary, but in therapy, you’re in a safe place. You’re going to have tough conversations and realizations, but they’ll pay off.
You’ll also discuss coping mechanisms for dealing with anxiety that work for you, like meditating, taking a walk, calling a friend, or practicing mindfulness.
The cost of anxiety therapy varies.
You can try to cut costs on therapy, but you have to ask yourself this: do I want a “good deal” on therapy?
Although I’m biased, I believe that your mental health should be a priority. Is it worth getting a bargain if the treatment you receive isn’t the best?
Keep in mind that for most people, therapy is a one-time investment. For example, since I typically see my clients for a finite amount of time, their investment is also finite.
The effects of therapy can last you a lifetime. If you have the capability, don’t let cost be the deciding factor for which therapist you choose.
My clients typically see me between 3 and 12 months. However, some people see a therapist throughout their lives for ongoing self-care. It’s up to you, but you should discuss how long you should be in therapy with your therapist.
There are a lot of ways to manage anxiety. Things like:
Although these are great ways to manage your anxiety, they don’t necessarily address the things that cause your anxiety. That’s what therapy is for. During therapy, we’ll discuss things in your life, thought processes, and formative memories that we can reconsider so you can deal with your anxiety for good.