Worry or Generalised Anxiety Disorder

generalized anxiety disorder treatment

An anxiety psychologist in Sydney sees clients with many different symptoms. Anxiety disorders are common and often treatable – however, that doesn’t make them any less difficult for the person experiencing them. They can present in different ways, such as generalised anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or the development of phobias. People with anxiety experience various symptoms including rapid breathing, feelings of tightness in the chest, rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, muscle tension, and avoiding situations that worsen symptoms. Anxiety treatment in Sydney CBD can often help clients learn to control anxiety and relieve symptoms.

With anxiety therapy in Sydney, many people find significant relief from their anxiety symptoms and an improved quality of life. When you see an anxiety psychologist in Sydney, your treatment will be indivualised to your specific symptoms and needs. Some people respond to treatment more quickly than others. People with anxiety experience it in different ways; some people have more than one type of anxiety disorder and treatment may take longer for people with multiple conditions. I can conduct an assessment and work with you to come up with a personalised treatment plan.

When you seek social anxiety treatment in Sydney, you can learn ways to reduce your avoidance behaviours and physical symptoms. Anxiety counselling in Sydney CBD can make a difference in how you live your life. Contact Louise Morrow at LMPsychology today to book an appointment and get started on the path to wellness.

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