Christians don’t struggle with mental health and don’t need anxiety therapy. Ok that’s obviously false and belongs on our myths about anxiety article. Everyone has the same needs when it comes to anxiety therapy and mental health, no matter your background, beliefs, personality… whatever it is that makes each of us unique.

Yet as a Christian, dealing with your anxiety comes with different challenges. You may feel like your faith should be enough to calm your fears and worries. It’s just not that simple. That’s where anxiety therapy comes in. Here are seven reasons why anxiety therapy is a must for Christians struggling with anxiety:

TL:DR: It’s normal to have anxiety as a Christian. You can find peace in both your own actions in anxiety therapy and in your faith.

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Anxiety is a real condition that requires professional help
Anxiety is not just a feeling or a lack of faith. It’s a real condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It’s essential to recognize that anxiety is a legitimate condition that requires professional help. Anxiety therapy can provide the support and guidance you need to overcome your fears and find peace.

Anxiety therapy can help you identify triggers
One of the most challenging aspects of dealing with anxiety is identifying the triggers that cause your anxiety. Anxiety therapy can help you understand what triggers your anxiety and provide you with tools and strategies to manage your anxiety more effectively.

Anxiety therapy can teach you coping skills
Anxiety therapy can teach you valuable coping skills that you can use in your daily life to manage your anxiety. These skills may include deep breathing exercises, mindfulness practices, and cognitive-behavioral techniques that can help you change the way you think about and respond to stressful situations.

Anxiety therapy can help you break negative thought patterns
Negative thought patterns are a common symptom of anxiety. These patterns can make it challenging to break free from anxiety’s grip. Anxiety therapy can help you identify negative thought patterns and provide you with tools and strategies to break free from them.

Anxiety therapy can help you find peace in your faith
As a Christian, your faith can be a powerful tool in overcoming anxiety. Anxiety therapy can help you integrate your faith into your healing process, allowing you to find peace and comfort in your spiritual beliefs.

Anxiety therapy can provide a safe space to share your struggles
Anxiety can be an isolating condition, making it challenging to share your struggles with others. Anxiety therapy provides a safe and supportive environment where you can share your struggles without judgment.

Anxiety therapy can improve your overall quality of life
Dealing with anxiety can impact every aspect of your life, from your relationships to your career. Anxiety therapy can help you improve your overall quality of life by providing you with the tools and strategies you need to manage your anxiety effectively.

Simply put, anxiety therapy is absolutely a must for anyone struggling with anxiety, including Christians. A clinically excellent Christian counselor can provide the support, guidance, and tools you need to overcome your fears and find peace.

Take back the control. Don’t let anxiety run your life any longer.


Research shows that much of the change people experience during their time in therapy is because they felt heard and understood by their therapist–that their therapist “got them” and that the guidance they gave was relevant and applicable.  Because of this, it is critical that you find a therapist whom you can connect with, whom you feel comfortable with, whom you feel “gets you.” Therefore, we encourage you to take a few minutes to read a little about each one of our therapists. If you prefer to look at the counselors nearest to you, please click the office location buttons below. Otherwise, you can meet with any of our Christian Counselors online from the comfort of your own home. If you have questions about any of them, please contact us!

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MA, LPCC, NCC      

Victoria Renken

MS, LPCC, NCC      

Meredith Sexton


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Ali Denny

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