Anxiety Treatment

Compassionate care for individuals who struggle with general anxiety, social anxiety or panic episodes.

Live free from overthinking, fear and worry.

Anxiety Treatment

Compassionate care for individuals who struggle with general anxiety, social anxiety or panic episodes.

Understand your triggers
and reactions

Get the tools you need
to regain control

Get back to doing the
things you love

Don’t let anxiety rob you of living.

Feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or constantly worried can negatively impact your relationships, work and physical health. If you’re struggling with anxiety, we can help you understand why it happens, how it’s affecting your life and the steps you can take to start feeling relief.
Find the peace you need to embrace your day.
Do these words sound familiar?

Anxiety Treatment Can Help.

Our Approach

How Our Anxiety Therapy Works

We get to know you

Understanding where you are now and the challenges you’re facing will help us identify the barriers that are keeping you stuck.

We create a custom plan

Together we create a plan that is unique to your situation so we can guide you with the tools and skills you need to make lasting change.

We Work Together

Throughout our sessions, we take the time to assess your progress to ensure you are moving toward your goals.

Finding Serenity Therapy Services

Why Work With Us

We believe you have the power within you to make a change that will transform your life. When you can pinpoint the beliefs and behaviors that are keeping you from moving forward, you will have taken the first step towards a type of freedom that feels incredibly empowering. At Finding Serenity Therapy we are ready to help you make the choices that will make a difference.

We Hear You

We provide a safe space for you to unpack and overcome your fears, negative self-talk, and traumas, focusing on positive ways to change your life for the better.

We Believe In You

Together we find specific tools and strategies to help get to the root of the issue. You will leave feeling like you can make meaningful change in your daily life that gives you freedom, choice, and empowerment.

We Guide You

Although listening is a big part of what we do, we don't stop there. We equip you with tools and strategies that you can implement right away to move towards lasting change.

Candace Young, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Owner of Finding Serenity Therapy Services leaning against a brick wall

Candace Young

Owner & Founder
Finding Serenity Therapy Services

Owner & Founder

What You Can Expect From Anxiety Treatment

Develop healthy coping strategies

Therapy can help you learn effective techniques to manage your anxiety, such as mindfulness, deep breathing exercises, and cognitive reframing.

improve self-awareness

Gain a deeper understanding of your thoughts, emotions, and triggers, enabling you to recognize and address anxiety-provoking situations.

Build Confidence

Overcome self-doubt and negative self-talk that can contribute to anxiety, fostering a stronger sense of self-worth and resilience.

Enhance Relationships & Communication Skills

Learn to express your needs and emotions in healthy ways, leading to more satisfying and supportive relationships.

Encourage Personal Growth

Therapy can help you overcome the barriers that anxiety creates, allowing you to pursue your goals, dreams, and aspirations with newfound confidence and clarity.

Regain control of your life.

How To Get Started

Contact Us

Learn more about our practice and determine if working together is the right decision for you during this free call.

Book An Appointment

If you’ve met with us before, or simply know you’re ready to proceed with therapy, book an appointment.


If you are experiencing persistent worry, fear, or physical symptoms that are impacting your daily life and relationships, it may be time to seek help from a mental health professional to determine if you have an anxiety disorder.
Anxiety disorders can be caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors. Life experiences, such as trauma or stress, can also contribute to the development of anxiety.

Treatment length varies person to person. By understanding your goals at the start, we are able to assess improvements over time. Thus, therapy typically ends when you accomplish the goals discussed with your therapist.

While there may not be a “cure” for anxiety disorders, therapy and other anxiety treatment options can help individuals manage their symptoms and lead more fulfilling lives.
Medication may be helpful for some individuals with anxiety, but it is not always necessary. Therapy and lifestyle changes can also be effective in managing anxiety symptoms.
Yes, children and teenagers can experience anxiety disorders. Early intervention is crucial to help young individuals develop healthy coping strategies and prevent long-term issues.

Why does it feel like more people are struggling with anxiety?

  • 1

    The COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased stress, fear, and uncertainty about the future, causing a spike in anxiety levels.
  • 2

    Economic stress, financial insecurity, job loss, and income inequality can contribute to heightened anxiety among individuals and within families.
  • 3

    Excessive use of social media and constant exposure to news and information can lead to increased stress, anxiety, and feelings of inadequacy.
  • 4

    The deepening political divide and growing concerns about the state of democracy have added to the sense of anxiety among many citizens leaving people feeling out of control of their circumstances.
  • 5

    Increasing frequency and severity of natural disasters, have contributed to anxiety about the future and the environment.
  • 6

    The blurring of work and personal life boundaries, particularly with respect to remote work has led to higher stress levels and increased anxiety.
We can help you find calm in the storm.

Types of Anxiety

Regardless of the type of anxiety you are experiencing, we can help. Finding Serenity provides anxiety therapy in Los Angeles, Laguna Beach and West Hollywood, California.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Learn to express your needs and emotions in healthy ways, leading to more satisfying and supportive relationships.

Panic Disorder

Intense episodes of fear and terror known as panic attacks, which can cause heart palpitations, shortness of breath and dizziness.

Social Anxiety Disorder

Extreme fear of social situations and interactions, leading to self-consciousness, isolation and avoidance of social events.

Specific Phobias

Overwhelming fear of specific objects or situations, such as heights, animals or enclosed spaces.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Recurrent, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and repetitive behaviors (compulsions) that individuals feel compelled to perform.


Start living with more freedom in your day.