If there is a specific trigger, then the mind is predicting some form of negative consequence from a particular situation, or person - or both. This is most likely based on memories with negative outcomes.
Some of the most common forms of anxiety I deal with are:- social anxiety, separation anxiety, status anxiety, performance anxiety, somatic anxiety (somatic meaning of the physical body), there are many other forms of anxiety that any one individual can develop and that I have helped with over the years.
In situations where there is a specific anxiety, the sufferer is consciously aware of what the trigger is. In nearly all cases, the fear or anxiety is irrational, or out of proportion, or out of context, but it will feel very real.
Treatment for Specific Anxiety
This kind of anxiety can be successfully treated with a number of therapies, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and or a form of regression therapy to resolve the origins of the issue.
Most people don't realise that their anxiety can be treated and eliminated, most will turn to anxiety medication or natural remedies for anxiety, and whilst these can be effective they don't treat the root cause of the actual issue itself, this is where our work is focused, the root cause.
Nobody should live with anxiety, you weren't born with it, If you are ready to resolve your anxiety then simply give me call, Neil Drew, on 07879 282526 for more information or to make an appointment.
"Generalised" Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Are you feeling varying degrees of anxiety throughout your waking hours for no reason in particular? The good news is that it can be successfully treated.
Your GAD is happening because the unconscious part of your mind is trying to protect you from a number of perceived threats. You won't be consciously aware of what your mind is doing in the background, nor will you be aware of all the memories of past experiences that are the actual cause of your anxiety, you will of course be consciously aware of the anxious feelings, also of your emotional and physical responses.
Treatment for GAD
Generalised Anxiety Disorder can be debilitating, but I can treat you very effectively using a form of regressive therapy. This therapy helps us find the origins of the issue and trace its development. We can then uncover any negative beliefs or detrimental decisions made by the mind in the background and re-educate it.
If you are ready to resolve your generalised anxiety then simply contact me, Neil Drew, on 07879 282526 for more information, or to make an appointment.