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Panic Disorder, Panic Attacks and Anxiety

For effective treatment of panic disorder, general anxiety and anxiety disorder
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I am a hypnotherapist with nearly 20 years experience of working with these problems. My experience has shown me that therapy appears to do very little for the actual symptoms of anxiety and panic. Clients report insight and awareness from previous therapy, but their anxiety symptoms generally remain unaffected. So instead these clients simply end up coping better but remain a long way from being cured.

Having worked extensively with this particular client group, I have been able to explore just what has been missing from so many attempted cures.

For many anxiety sufferers, it is the relationship between guilt and/or anger. Guilt is the first cousin of anxiety, and a background of guilt (or shame/regret/remorse) is an extremely good trigger for anxiety. In turn, anxiety is often a trigger for anger (either expressed as a temper or internalised as a mood or self-criticism/loathing) and in turn, anger is an excellent trigger for guilt. And around and around it goes. Without interruption, over time this cycle is the perfect recipe for depression.

Does this describe you?  or click on booking an appointment for appointment details.

One Comment

  • My son 32 has several OCD heading towards agoraphobia and ptsd. Plus anxiety depression. He is now at times suicidal talk.
    Would you avoid because of his other mental health.

    He was told for help he needs a OCD specialist who understand OCD. Many therapist can make it worse not understanding the complex nature of ocd.

    And of course he has panic attacks. Only goes out with me or his girlfriend. He hates his life, knowing how it could have been.


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