How counselling helps anxiety

Is being anxious always on your mind? Do you have this continuous uncomfortable feeling in the pit of your stomach?

Maybe you have experienced one or more of these symptoms: shortness of breath, headaches, dizziness, numbness, hot and cold flushes, and the tightening of your chest. 

Perhaps you also keep asking yourself, “What if this?” or “What if that?” and they are affecting your behaviour. Better to do nothing you may think, but it stops you from moving forward or making a decision seems to be much harder. Then the cycle starts all over again.

Anxiety can make you feel trapped and make you struggle to build relationships at work or on a personal level. It can stop you from coping with daily tasks to the point where things are building up all around you.

By having a safe space and the chance to talk, you can find a way to overcome your anxiety and live a more self-assured and positive life. 

Counselling is a good way to help you to break this cycle and give you hope that you can break down the fear you may fear. For example, in my role as a Person-Centred Counsellor, I will not only understand how you are feeling but I can also help you uncover the causes so that you can free yourself. I listen without judgement whilst always being honest with you so that you can freely express your thoughts and feelings.

You deserve to be happy and feel safe. If there is one sure positive choice you can make today, you could consider seeking help.