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If you want to Resolve Your Anxiety it is important to find someone who you feel is best for you
There are many different therapies and many different people out there to help you to resolve your anxiety.
But it can sometimes seem a bit daunting to find the right person for you.
No single approach or person will be right for everyone or every situation
The best way to begin is to find people who will offer a free initial consultation where you have the opportunity to see if you are comfortable with them and that you feel they are right for you before you make a decision to carry on.
Some of the most common approaches that you will find and what they do:-
Counselling can provide the space and time for people to talk about what is going on and how they are
feeling and then to help them manage current situations. When we take things out of our head we can so
often see them differently.
CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) is a practical and logical approach that is good at identifying, challenging and then altering the unhelpful thoughts and behaviour patterns that are affecting your life.
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), a more recent approach essentially based on everything that worked
well in other therapies, is an elegant way of changing how we think rather than just what we think. Because
NLP is so practical it is often the most favoured basis for any personal development training undertaken in the
Meditation, Relaxation and Hypnotherapy are more intuitive approaches that come at things from a
creative, less logical way that nevertheless can provide profound change.
Different approaches may appeal to different people.
But a mix of all these approaches provides a powerful way to tackle your anxiety from a lot of different directions and develop a faster, more long-
If you want to set up a free initial consultation we can discus how all this may work for you and what it involves.
If you decide to continue after the free initial consultation we would begin not only by exploring what is going on now but also identifying how you want things to be different in the future.
This way we can focus on how you want the future to be different rather than get stuck in just dealing with the past.
It is also a good way for us to keep track of progress.
When we identify what is causing you to feel as you are doing and the thoughts, behaviours and coping strategies that are stopping you moving on, then we can develop a structured and graduated approach that will help you take control of your anxiety.
And then do more of what you want.