Anxiety can leave you feeling stressed, overwhelmed and unable to manage daily life. It often causes physical symptoms too, like a racing heartbeat, sweaty palms, and rapid breathing.
Research shows that talking therapy is an effective way to take control of your anxiety. Therapy may help you to lead a more fulfilling life and discover new ways of living.
Online therapy can help you to explore and understand the causes and triggers of your anxiety. Therapists offer a safe, private, non-judgmental space for you to explore the best course of action for you.
We all feel anxious at some points in life. It is our body’s way of telling us to prepare for situations we perceive as threatening. But if your symptoms have persisted for several weeks or appear to be getting worse, anxiety is having an unhealthy impact on your life. You may need treatment to overcome your symptoms.
Read more about the signs and symptoms of anxiety here.
Your therapist may use a specific approach to help you tackle your symptoms, or they may combine several approaches to best suit you. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one therapeutic approach that can help you to identify any thought patterns causing you anxiety and learn new techniques to cope with stressful situations.
Your therapist can help you to identify any barriers to reducing your anxiety and they might put together a personalised therapy plan, listening to what does - and doesn’t - work best for you.
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