Anxiety is a normal human response in times of worry, danger or stress. Often anxiety can become problematic as a result of internalised fear of situations that affect people emotionally, physically and psychologically.
Many people experience anxiety as a result of bullying, low self-esteem, past trauma, loss and bereavement, financial stress, relationship problems and health problems. Counselling & psychotherapy can help overcome the symptoms of anxiety, the nature of anxiety, learn to approach situations with confidence and manage anxiety in a less inhibiting way.
Often anxiety and depression can have strong links and its very important to determine the relationship between depression and anxiety and how this can affect the individual.
Anxiety is very common and is treatable.
Therapists use a range of techniques including CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) Solution Focused Therapy, Psychotherapy to assist clients in overcoming anxiety behaviours and feelings.
Anxiety is the general term for more specific types of anxiety which include:
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress
For more information call us and we can assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.