Anxiety and panic attacks can arise at anytime for a number of reasons, knocking your confidence and making life seem scary at times. It is one of the most common complaints we see at The Blue Tree Clinic and our therapists and doctors are here and ready to help you beat it.
What is Anxiety?
People who suffer from anxiety disorders are often anxious and worried about a whole range of issues in their life. This anxiety occurs at any time causing the individual high levels of distress often resulting in an inability to cope and may lead to the individual to feel out of control and powerless about his/her life. Anxiety can have a serious effect on an individual’s thoughts and feelings as well as affect their emotional wellbeing.
What are the symptoms of Anxiety?
There are various symptoms of anxiety; both psychological and physical including:
– Problems with concentration
– Feeling of being “on edge”
– Highly irritable
– Irregular heartbeat
– Excessive sweating
– Dry mouth
– Feeling of sickness
– Stomach ache
If you believe you are suffering from some of the symptoms stated above therapy may be beneficial to you. Anxiety is one of the most common complaints we see at The Blue Tree Clinic and our therapists and doctors are here and ready to help you beat it.
What are the types of Anxiety?
– Panic Attacks
– Generalised Anxiety
– Sexual Anxiety
– Performance Anxiety
How can therapy help?
Therapy can help you to cope with your anxiety as well as looking into discovering the original causes of your anxiety as well as what triggers anxious phases to occur.
Types of therapy offered for Anxiety at The Blue Tree Clinic?
– Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
– Cognitive Analytic Therapy
– Narrative Exposure Therapy (suitable if your anxiety is due to trauma)
It may be that our team believe you would benefit from medical help as well as therapeutic help in which case we may suggest private psychiatric treatment where a psychiatrist will assess you and decide whether physical tests or medication would help.
How can The Blue Tree Clinic help you?
Our therapists are expertly trained in working with individuals with anxiety. They will assess your symptoms and look into providing the therapy which suits you and your needs best. The therapist will tailor the therapy to ensure you gain the most out of it which may be from one therapy type of a combination of different types of therapy. The therapist will investigate the effects how the anxiety affects daily life such as relationships and work and find ways which help cope with the anxiety via the use of techniques. These techniques can then be implemented and used to manage situations where you might feel anxious.
Contact our friendly team of experts for a safe, comfortable conversation.
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