During an initial consultation for therapy, I will ask you if you’re on any medication and if that includes antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications. Please don’t be embarrassed to say so. […]
You may not think it but anxiety is a normal part of life. It’s understandable to feel anxious or nervous about things like exams, an interview or a presentation (yes, […]
It’s not always easy to talk about anxiety or to say you’re anxious. So, if someone you know is struggling with anxiety, they probably won’t be able to tell you […]
5 tips on coping with anxiety as we come out of lockdown and things begin to go back to ‘normal’ – be careful of sensory overload and pace yourself. It’s not a race to the finish line!
When was the last time you did absolutely nothing? I don’t mean watch Netflix, or listen to a podcast – I mean nothing, zero, zilch. You did categorically nothing at all? Don’t feel guilty – when you do nothing at all is when your brain can work at one of it’s highest levels of problem-solving.
We’ve all felt nervous or apprehensive about certain things in our lives. It’s normal to get a little concerned. But anxiety is an all-consuming feeling whereby it really does take over all parts of your life – If you know someone who experiences anxiety here’s how you could help them in their recovery.