Anxiety Therapy – Montreal (Saint-Laurent)

What is anxiety?

Anxiety is the body’s normal response to a stressful or threatening situation. Normal levels of anxiety can help motivate people and keep them safe. However when anxiety persists for months it can interfere with daily life due to symptoms such as sweating, a rapid heartbeat, chest or stomach pains and difficulty sleeping or concentrating. Some people get nervous or panic under specific circumstances, such as social situations, while others find themselves worrying about everything. To learn more about anxiety and its treatment, you can view the following video

What can I do?

Anxiety treatment can help. If your worries and stresses are interfering in your day to day activities, you can seek the help of a Montreal Therapist or a Montreal Psychologist for an assessment and treatment. For further information on about treatment services or to schedule an appointment, please contact Dr. Chow.

How can anxiety treatment help?

Every person experiences anxiety in their own way so anxiety treatment is individualized to address your specific symptoms. The psychologist will ask you about the problems you are experiencing and will help you to determine the cause of your anxiety and the factors involved in maintaining your anxious feelings. The psychologist will then help you develop methods to manage and reduce your stress and anxiety levels.


This website offers a number of helpful tools and worksheets that can help facilitate change and promote well-being. You are welcome to download the following PDF document(s) or download ADOBE here  to download the desired file. These tools are most helpful as an adjunct to therapy. Exposure Homework Panic Diary Hierarchy of Feared Situation Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Compulsions Thought Record Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Perfectionism Thought Record Generalized Anxiety Disorder Thought Record Body Dismorphic Disorder Thought Record Panic Thought Record Social Anxiety Thought Record

Video Resource

Recommended Books

A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook

Getting Over OCD: A 10-Step Workbook for Taking Back Your Life

Overcoming Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - Client Manual: Client Manual