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  • CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) NOTICE: We are currently offering telehealth video sessions. New clients accepted. Click Here

    Nighttime Anxiety

    • Nighttime Anxiety

    You've made it to the end of the day and can finally relax and get some sleep, the portion of the day you've earned! And then it kicks in... NIGHT ANXIETY. Racing thoughts about the day, deadlines, money/bills, health, exams, relationships, tomorrow's schedule, situations you wish you handled differently, death(s), and "the world"-to name a few. Studies have shown that approximately 80% of people are kept awake at night haunted by their thoughts. One of the reasons why this commonly happens at night is simply because we have less distraction. Quiet time can be coveted and also dreaded because we are forced to face our thoughts.

    You CAN handle these anxious thoughts and learn tricks to fall asleep easier. Sleep is essential and dealing with your anxiety can help you have a better night.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iuhQ2QWjKA

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    Our Affiliations

    We are devoted to bettering our company so we've established affiliations with industry partners. These organizations elevate our services by keeping us informed of new regulations and breakthroughs in our field.

    American Counseling Association
    Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling
    North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors
    Psychology Today - Verified Member

    Let's Break the Stigma, We All Have Issues

    Everyone Can Benefit from “A Little Counseling”

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

    A Little Counseling, PLLC takes the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat very seriously and we are committed to continuing services during Wake County's stay-at-home order. For the safety of our clients and staff we are only offering Telehealth services until further notice:

    Our staff would like to thank all of our clients and their families for trusting us with your mental health. We are doing our best to be available during this stressful time. Please check back to our website for further changes to this policy.

    Thank you- Bri-Ann Richter-Abitol