Counselling for Anxiety
Everyone feels anxious now and again. Everyone worries from time to time. When these feelings of anxiety take over and prevent you from doing the things you would like to do or when excessive worry prevents you from enjoying life, then counselling and psychological treatment may be something to consider...
Anxiety is a very common mental health issue that affects many people. How we manage anxiety can impact on our physical and emotional health as well as our quality of life.
Psychological treatments for anxiety, especially those using cognitive behaviour therapy, aim to help you better understand the connection between your thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and to assist you in learning new, more effective ways of dealing with anxiety. This may include improving the quality of your thoughts and how you think, behavioural strategies to assist you in dealing with anxious feelings differently, as well as relaxation strategies to assist in lowering your anxiety.
Psychological treatments aim to put you back in charge and control of your feelings and build your confidence in yourself and your ability to manage life and its challenging situations well.