Issues We Help Adults With
Anger is something we all experience from time to time and can be a useful emotion when it drives you to communicate assertively with somebody, particularly when they are disregarding our rights, needs and emotions.
Anxiety is an unpleasant emotion that can range from feeling worried to severe panic. Experiencing high levels of anxiety can affect us in three possible ways.
Assertiveness skills can be learned through practice. There are several basic steps involved, as well as various others associated skills which can help you become more effective.
Burnout & Stress
Learning how to manage stress is most important for both your physical and mental health. Fortunately, there are a number of helpful techniques that are simple and you can start applying right away.
Trauma is typically defined as life-threatening experiences or a significant threat to one’s physical and psychological wellbeing. Even if there is no history of childhood complex trauma, you can experience posttraumatic stress symptoms.
Couples & Relationship Issues
All relationships go through difficulties and most issues are resolved over time. However, when issues become deep-rooted and seem impossible to resolve it is important that you seek professional help.
Depression & Low Mood
Approximately one in five people will experience an episode of depression in their lifetime. If not treated, depression can lead to substance misuse, losing contact with family and friends, and risk of suicide.
The patterns of thinking, feeling, body weight and eating habits can cause people to have multiple physical problems, a constant preoccupation with weight, shape and eating, and frequent distress.
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is an anxiety disorder characterised by a person being generally anxious and worried about a wide variety of things, rather than just one thing in particular.
Difficulty sleeping is something most of us have experienced at some point in our lives. However, for some, sleeping problems are ongoing. You may benefit from treatment with a psychologist if you suffer from symptoms of insomnia.
Panic attacks are defined as rapidly occurring episodes of anxiety in which at least four from a variety of symptoms occur. These attacks usually occur suddenly and build to a peak rapidly.
Building self-esteem starts with understanding where the problems developed. Following this, treatment with a psychologist can include experiential work such as imagery to challenge critical figures from your past.
Social anxiety can be a devastating problem, affecting a person’s life in many ways, including lowered career and academic performance, and more difficulty forming relationships and friendships.