Anxiety counselling

By: Dr Lynne Campbell-Gillies - Counselling Psychologist  07-08-2014
Keywords: anxiety, stress management, Anxiety Counselling

Anxiety can take many forms such as chronic worrying, fear of public speaking and general extreme shyness in public, performance anxiety, excessive concern about one’s physical appearance or health. Although we are all susceptible to stress and thus some anxiety, when physical and psychological symptoms such as heart palpitations, digestive disturbances, panic attacks, shortness of breath, feelings of dread, irritability, trouble concentrating, restlessness etc, become excessive then it is time to seek help. I use a variety of therapeutic interventions designed to best suit your situation including cognitive behavioural therapy, relaxation techniques, Eye Movement Integration, and Emotional Freedom Technique/Tapping.

Keywords: anxiety, Anxiety Counselling, anxiety therapy, stress management

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