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Therapy for Anxiety, Peak Performance, and Confidence

In Milwaukee, WI and Online

Feel calm, confident, and capable




Have any questions?

Send me an email. 

Alyssa Zajdel, PhD | Inside Edge Counseling and Consulting | Therapy for anxiety and sport psychology

Therapy available in


I use my teaching office at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology for in-person therapy sessions. 

My office address is 9120 W. Hampton Ave #110 Milwaukee, WI 53225.


When arriving to the front door, ring the doorbell. WSPP office staff will buzz you in once you let them know you are meeting with me for therapy.


Once you enter the front door, you will walk straight past the stairs and turn to the right. My suite is 110 and you can wait in the waiting room for me to grab you.

Milwaukee, WI and online therapy practice, specializing in anxiety, performance, and self-confidence. Reach out today.

Frequently asked


  • How do I know if I have anxiety?
    Everyone has anxiety from time to time. However, an anxiety-related diagnosis generally involves a lot of worry that impacts your life. While you don’t need a formal anxiety disorder to benefit from anxiety therapy, we can work on identifying a formal diagnosis if this is helpful for you.
  • What is the difference between stress and anxiety?
    It can be hard to know the difference between stress and anxiety. Stress is often isolated to a particular trigger and does not last as long, while anxiety can be focused on many things and be longer-lasting. However, there can be a negative impact from both stress and anxiety when experienced long-term. Regardless of whether you are experiencing stress or anxiety, anxiety therapy can help!
  • How often will we meet?
    We can meet every week or every other week. During our first session, we will discuss a schedule that works best for you. As you find relief from your anxiety, we can reduce session frequency as needed.
  • What will we do in session?
    Every session is focused on what will be most helpful for you. I strive to make conversations casual and connecting. We may discuss how things have been since our last meeting, situations in which you felt anxious, or strategies to manage your anxiety.
  • Will anxiety therapy involve medication?
    While medication may be recommended in some cases, anxiety therapy primarily focuses on non-medication-based approaches. I will work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that may include therapy techniques, lifestyle modifications, and, if necessary, collaboration with a psychiatric medication provider for medication management.
  • How do we get started?
    You’ll start by filling out my Introduction Form. Then, we can have a free 15-minute meeting to make sure it is a good fit if you would like. From there, we will have our first session, which lasts 75 minutes so we can get to know each other and develop a plan to help you meet your goals.


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