Though short term, manageable anxiety levels can be helpful in certain situations, anxiety can become problematic when it is chronic or excessive. Therapy and counselling can help you to develop healthier responses to the tensions and confrontations of modern life.
CBT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. is the most popular form of therapy for a range of issues that fall under the umbrella term ‘anxiety’, using a solution-focused, ‘here and now’ approach to facilitate recovery.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is the most popular form of therapy for a range of issues that fall under the umbrella term 'anxiety', using a solution-focused, 'here and now' approach to facilitate recovery. We take a look at what this means and at the evidence in its favour.MORE
We all feel a little anxious in social situations sometimes, but Social Anxiety can be extremely uncomfortable and even debilitating, limiting people's potential and even causing them to avoid many social situations. We explore how Counselling can help with this.MORE
Mindfulness has been practiced as part of meditative exercises for thousands of years, becoming renowned for its calming function and its ability to improve mental and spiritual well-being. Modern psychological research is beginning to reveal that it is an effective form of therapy for anxiety.MORE
Are we becoming more fearful in the UK? The question is answered by the Mental Health Foundation in their report, In The Face of Fear, with a clear 'yes'. The report presents evidence showing a consistent increase in anxiety over the past couple of decades.MORE