Panic, fears, and worrying
I have a very high success rate with treating panic attacks. There are two elements of anxiety here that need to be tackled, the panic attacks themselves, and also the constant fear of having another panic attack, something which can be worse than the attack itself. These constant anxious feelings can dominate lives and control many aspects of how you live.
A panic attack is the brain's way of alerting you to mortal danger. The problem is that the brain has got it wrong and triggers a full alarm for no reason. Because it comes out of the blue, you have little or no warning.
We can turn the panic attack off in the first session. We will need to address the situations which have lead to the panic being triggered, but you can feel confident that the panic attacks won't strike in the meantime.
Phobias, fears and worrying
Anxiety is a symptom of hyper-vigilance, or being constantly on the lookout for something that is a threat. To live in this state is crippling and exhausting for you, and for those around you who you love. Fear and phobias can control many aspects of your life and lead to irrational choices. I have worked with people who have very specific fears, most commonly things such as vomit, flying, or creatures.