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Can talk therapy help with anxiety?

Anxiety, overwhelming emotion

Firstly, I would like to say that we all suffer with anxiety from time to time and anxiety is a normal human emotion. However, for some anxiety can be crippling and can really hold people back from life. For some people the feeling may only last for short periods of time or may only be for a specific moment but for others anxiety can last for years if not decades. But if you want to, there is something you can do about it.

Anxiety can also have many levels ranging from mild symptoms usually felt in the solar plexus (stomach area) or in the chest area, some may suffer from panic attacks, obsessive thoughts, phobias, fears and worries which can also lead to stress, depression and create a whole new web of emotions and issues.

There are many different types of therapy that can help with anxiety, which can be quite overwhelming, especially if you are already feeling quite overwhelmed to begin with. But it is important to find a therapy that works for you. Can talk therapy help with anxiety? Yes, talking therapies can be very useful to most people at dispersing or completely getting rid of your anxiety all together. I decided to specialise in change, changing people’s mindset, behaviour and emotional responses/reactions. I decided to study in something I knew works as it worked for me a long time ago when I needed it.

The type of therapy I offer to my clients is simple. Do you want to change? Do you know how you would prefer to feel instead of how you already do? If the answer to both of those is yes, then you are already halfway there. Not only will you get results, but you will also discover your triggers and potentially where they have come from too. Sometimes the realisation can also bring a sense of calm and understanding within yourself making therapy even more effective.

One type of modern technique I use, uses a quick set of short loops to rewire your brain, creating new neural pathways and connections to replace the old feeling with a new one, one that you have created for yourself. So, when you are faced again with your triggers you will notice something happening……. Nothing! Once there were those negative, sometimes crippling emotions, they are no longer there. If you want to know more on what to expect from therapy, look out for the blog that will be coming soon.

“I believe the best use of our time; is the time we invest in ourselves”.

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