Evolving Reflections Counseling Center

Treating Mental Health Issues in Las Vegas, NV

Our therapists at EVOLVING REFLECTIONS COUNSELING CENTER are highly knowledgeable about strategies in dealing with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and substance abuse. We diagnose and treat mental health issues in Las Vegas, NV. Come to us, and we will help you battle your emotional or psychological struggles and resolve conflicts with your family.

What Is Anxiety?

Worrying is a normal part of life. Yet, people with anxiety disorders have intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. Often, these involve repeated episodes of sudden feelings of extreme anxiety, fear, or terror that reach a peak within minutes, which are panic attacks.


Symptoms can start during childhood or the teenage years and can continue into adulthood. These feelings of anxiety and panic interfere with daily activities, are difficult to control, and are out of proportion to the actual danger that realistically exists. You may avoid places or situations to prevent these feelings.

Common Symptoms:

Signs It’s Time to See a Therapist:

It’s tough to deal with anxiety alone. Get help from a therapist now, so you can manage your emotions.

Factors That Increase Risk of Developing Anxiety Disorder:

Areas to Which Anxiety Can Lead:

What Is Depression?

Depression occurs when you constantly feel sad and lose interest, which stops you from doing your usual activities. Different types of this condition exist, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe, negatively affecting feelings, thoughts, and actions. Generally, depression results from a mix of dreadful events and factors, not from a single cause. Symptoms are usually severe enough to cause noticeable problems in relationships or daily activities.

Depression Symptoms:

Risk Factors for Depression:

What Is Grief?

Grief is an overwhelming feeling of sadness that stems from either losing a loved one or from a terminal diagnosis they or someone they love has received. This moves in and out of stages from disbelief and denial to anger and guilt, finding a source of comfort, and eventually adjusting to the loss. Experiencing grief is normal for both the dying person and the loved one. For some, it can take many years to accept death as the end stage of life.


The death of a loved one will naturally lead to grief—a universal and personal experience that varies from person to person. Other examples that cause grief include the end of a meaningful relationship, job loss, loss through theft, or the loss of independence through disability.

Symptoms of Grief

Physical Symptoms:

Emotional Symptoms:

Spiritual Symptoms:

Please reach out to us if you or a loved one has any of the symptoms of the mental health conditions above. If left untreated, they can get worse. We are here to support you.