Peaceful Mind Psychology has a professional team of warm and caring psychologists, who are dedicated to delivering counselling for anxiety. We see anxiety day in, day out, and therefore we have the benefit of knowing how helpful counselling can be for individuals who suffer from anxiety.
It normal to experience anxiety in a range of situations, for example, public speaking or prior to sitting an exam. In fact, your feelings of anxiety can improve your performance in these situations. However, if you suffer from intense or frequent anxiety or reoccurring worry, you may be struggling with an anxiety disorder. Anxiety can cause sleep difficulties, affect your concentration and motivation, and can be plain exhausting!
Anxiety counselling is a non-invasive method of improving your wellbeing, which reduces your experience of chronic worry, anxiety or panic attacks.
There are different types of anxiety, including phobia’s, social anxiety, OCD and PTSD. Generalised anxiety is one of the more common reasons people seek help for their anxiety. Generalised anxiety can affect anyone, at any stage in their life. The key component of generalised anxiety is uncontrollable feelings of worry; and such worry is disproportionate or irrational to reality. You may feel overcome by your feelings of worry, and unable to find a distraction.
These feelings can affect your sleep and mood. You may feel tired or have low energy throughout the day or find yourself feeling irritable or easily annoyed. Your feelings of anxiety may cause you to seek reassurance from friends, family members or colleagues, and cause you to doubt decisions.
This may lead to avoidance of situations perceived to be anxiety-provoking, for example, you may take the day off work to avoid a business meeting.
Generalised anxiety can also affect your concentration: You spend more time worrying than focusing on work, study or your relationships. You may also experience depression, as it is difficult to enjoy yourself if you often feel worried. Read More