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Anxiety Therapy Course

by Dr Emma Gray - 7th February, 2019
Anxiety Therapy Course

The Therapy Course for Anxiety draws on techniques and strategies that research has proven to be effective in the treatment of anxiety. In this blog I am going to show you a quick quiz to help you to self-diagnose anxiety so that you know for sure that this is the right course for you. Then we will make a start on the road to recovery. Anxiety can be normal, necessary and helpful. It can motivate us to prepare, focus our awareness and improve our decision-making and response times e.g. responding […]...

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The 9 Challenges Of January

by Dr Emma Gray - 21st January, 2019
The 9 Challenges Of January

If December is the ‘season to be jolly’, January is the season to be depressed. Hot on the heels of the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ is the most emotionally and psychologically challenging. At The British CBT & Counselling Service requests for therapy triple in January with people feeling more depressed and anxious than at any other time. So why is this time of the year so difficult? 1. Family time At Christmas we often find ourselves spending an extended period of time with our family, and as no […]...

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Driving Test Nerves

by Dr Emma Gray - 10th December, 2018
Driving Test Nerves

In this blog I am going to give you 3 tips to help you to manage your Driving Test Nerves so you can maximise your chances of passing your test. First it is important to remember that up to a certain point feeling nervous can be helpful when we are facing a challenge like a driving test. Nerves motivate us to prepare, focus our awareness and improve our decision-making abilities and response times so that we can give our best performance. However, past a point, feeling nervous turns into anxiety […]...

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What Is Panic Disorder, What Is a Panic Attack?

 Panic Disorder and Panic Attacks are often confused and the terms used interchangeably so in this blog I am going to explain the difference and help you to self-diagnose so you can get the help you need. A Panic Attack is a discrete episode of anxiety, the onset of which is sudden and the duration short usually between 3-5 minutes. Symptoms are severe, intense and overwhelming and include breathlessness, heart palpitations, dizziness and nausea. The intensity of this experience is born out by the fact that 20-44% of people […]...

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