Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Anxiety and Panic – evidence-based, NHS-recommended

  • Are you experiencing anxiety and/or panic that is affecting your mood and your ability to enjoy normal life?
  • Are you struggling with work, socialising and/or relationships?
  • Have you forgotten what it’s like to be you and feel to ‘normal’?
  • Would you like to feel better and get more from life?

Persistent and/or severe anxiety is distressing. It can involve unpleasant physical and emotional symptoms and can affect most areas of life: work, social life, relationships and general enjoyment. At times, it can feel like anxiety and panic are in control.

Sometimes the onset of anxiety is linked to events such as traumatic events, bereavement and loss, illness or accidents, redundancy, divorce and with aspects of life like menopause, retirement and empty nest.

Often anxiety can seem to creep up on us and take over. It can feel like these anxieties are part of us, controlling and limiting what we do, sapping our confidence and energy and, at the same time, making it more difficult to cope.

Some people find medication can be useful in managing anxiety symptoms, but there is no magic pill.

The good news though is that, using CBT-based and other techniques, you can develop strategies to challenge the unhelpful thoughts and beliefs, learn to cope with uncertainties and take back control of your life.

Even with severe anxiety and panic, I usually find that my clients start to feel the benefit of therapy quickly and that it takes only a few sessions before small changes in behaviour and thoughts enable them to feel better.

The sooner you get started the sooner you can start to feel better, cope better and make your life more enjoyable.

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