Treatment For

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder?

Generalized Anxiety Disorder is characterized by feelings of intense and excessive worry about everyday life experiences, such as getting in trouble at work or being fired, a friend being upset or angry, or making a mistake. People who suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder often feel overwhelmed, indecisive, fear the consequences of routine decisions and actions, and spend much time and effort ruminating and working to avoid situations that they associate with bringing on feelings of anxiety.

Epiphany Center OCD & PTSD|Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Treatment For Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Like other anxiety disorders, Generalized Anxiety Disorder is a treatable condition that enjoys high rates of success when effective, evidence-based treatment methods are employed with care and support. Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder includes elements of both cognitive and behavioral therapy to help you understand the cycle of worry and rumination, psychoeducation regarding how rumination, avoidance, and safety behaviors paradoxically increase anxiety, and support to aid you in moving forward in your life without the presence of fear and worry as your constant and unwanted companions.


What We Offer

Free 20 Minute Consultation

Please contact us to schedule your free 20 minute consultation to help clarify your therapeutic needs, discuss treatment options, and start taking steps towards your best self and brightest future.

Individual Therapy

Meet your therapist one or more times weekly to assess your therapeutic needs, formulate a game plan to create change, work together to make meaningful and evident progress, and develop lifelong skills to navigate life gracefully and courageously. Home visits and community-based exposure sessions are available.

OCD Kick Start Program

Designed for individuals suffering from severe OCD symptoms who are willing, motivated, and ready to embrace change and reclaim their lives. This program includes 27 hours of therapy, 3x per week, over the course of 3 weeks to intensively assess the components of your OCD, teach you the skills you need to live with vibrancy and courage, and work together to face your fears both in and out of session. Family integration, home visits, and community-based exposure sessions can be integrated into your care to maximize your results.

Weekly Support and Treatment Groups

Biweekly support groups to offer individuals with OCD and anxiety the opportunity to connect with others with similar experiences, receive and offer support and encouragement, engage in therapeutic activities to leverage your healing process, and be part of a vibrant community. Please contact us to learn about our current group offerings.

Clinical Supervision

Rachel Tombaugh, MA, LPC, is an experienced and caring clinical supervisor who is passionate about teaching and guiding new therapists into becoming skillful, compassionate, and clinically sophisticated practitioners. Rachel is an approved supervisor on the AzBBHE's Registry of Clinical Supervisors and can help you meet requirements for clinical supervision and launch your career with confidence and optimism.

Professional Consultation

Whether you are new to clinical practice or an experienced clinician who wishes to learn new skills and techniques, Rachel can offer the support, expertise, and encouragement you need to practice ethically and with confidence to increase your ability to best help your clients.

Epiphany Center for OCD and PTSD is a private pay, out of network provider.  We will gladly provide you with a superbill and accept HSA and Flex Spending Account cards. 
Cancellation policy: If you cancel your appointment with fewer than 24 hours notice, you will be assessed a full session fee.