Anxiety Treatment

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Anxiety disorders can result in significant personal, social and occupational costs to how we live our lives.

Anxiety disorders can present differently (e.g. Panic Disorder, Phobias, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), with some symptoms common to most anxiety disorders, including a racing heart beat, tightening of the chest, rapid breathing and/or shortness of breath, tension, worry, catastrophizing and the avoidance of situations that make you feel anxious.

Psychological therapies can help people learn to reduce the physical symptoms, avoidance behaviour and worry associated with anxiety. Contact Louise Morrow to discuss your needs and how psychological intervention may help you.

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