AnxietyAnxiety is a normal response to threatening situations – however anxious feelings can also produce unpleasant side-effects such as sweating, tension, panic attacks and avoidant behaviour.

If left untreated, anxiety can cause wider difficulties in relationships, at work, general mood levels and can lead to panic attacks. Psychotherapy and Counselling can help you learn how to manage your anxiety on a daily basis while also exploring the root causes and the factors that maintain anxiety problems.

What is Anxiety Counselling & Psychotherapy?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and other forms of therapy can be instrumental in helping you to manage, explore and reduce anxiety levels.

Anxiety Counsellors help you explore the causes of anxiety, including those created by work, family, and past experiences. It may be important to understand what you are doing to maintain high stress levels – for example some behaviours serve to exacerbate stress. Counsellors will work with you to develop stress-reduction techniques and to promote psychologically healthier patterns of living that serve to reduce anxiety levels.

Issues for Anxiety Counselling

Panic Attacks

Insomnia and Interrupted Sleep

Anxiety Disorders

Social Anxiety

Sexual Anxiety



Generalized Anxiety

What are the Benefits of Anxiety Counselling?

  • Learn effective immediate techniques to reduce anxiety levels and potential of escalation into a full panic attack
  • Identify triggers to anxiety and habitual patterns of response
  • Learn stress reduction techniques e.g. more effective breathing, physical engagement and benefits of meditation
  • Explore root causes of anxiety e.g. relationships, past experiences, unresolved residual trauma


Call us now on 01-891 0703 or email for a confidential discussion and initial assessment with one of our senior therapists. Alternatively please fill in the online booking form and we will contact you within 24 hours.