When it’s time to seek anxiety counselling in CamberwellFebruary 28, 2022
If excessive worry and panic about everyday situations is negatively impacting your daily life, anxiety counselling at our Camberwell clinic can be a positive step forward.
We all know what it’s like to be anxious. It’s common to get those cartwheeling butterflies in the stomach when you start at a new school, face a test, give a speech or begin a new job. But when your ‘fight or flight’ response kicks in when there’s no real threat around, it can create problems for your mental health.
At Reflection Psychology Group, our experienced psychologists use clinically proven and successful counselling to help people of all ages suffering from anxiety. We know how debilitating excessive worry and panic is for our clients and we work hard to help them overcome their condition.
Anxiety comes in many forms including generalised anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder and panic disorder. It can hit hard or build slowly. And it can leave you feeling overwhelmed, lonely, scared and unable to cope.
People can experience a range of symptoms. Common ones are:
- Rapid breathing;
- Racing heart;
- Problems sleeping;
- And panic attacks.
While seeking help can be confronting for many people, it can make such a difference. At Reflection Psychology Group we believe everyone deserves support to break the chains of anxiety. And we’ve got the knowledge, skill and experience to make a real difference in people’s lives.
If you are scared to leave your home, are worrying excessively about negative comments from people or are terrified of panic attacks, don’t struggle on alone. Our caring psychologists will work with you to change your thinking patterns and behaviours. We will also help clients to become gradually desensitised to what triggers their anxiety. Breathing techniques and mindfulness exercises, which we teach, are another useful tool for keeping calm.
For quality anxiety counselling in Camberwell, you can trust the expert team at Reflection Psychology Group. Please call us on (03) 9809 4888 or contact us online.