• Anxiety Treatment in Sydney

“Anxiety is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained.”
Somers Roche

Anxiety Treatment in Sydney

Anxiety in its’ various forms can be a debilitating condition for many people, if left untreated. Anxiety is a relatively common mental health issue and treated frequently by therapists at Talkingminds at our inner west Sydney practice and in our secondary location in Camden (south west Sydney/Macarthur region). For many clients, it can feel as though anxiety has crept up over a period of time and can significantly impacts a persons’ quality of life, interfering with important life experiences and goals. People with anxiety may also be suffering from depression or depression like symptoms, thus requiring assessment, treatment and management for both.

There is hope, and good results can be achieved through anxiety counselling, anxiety psychotherapy and psychological intervention for anxiety. These and other evidence based approaches to treat anxiety are offered at Talkingminds inner west Sydney practice. Good, quality and effective anxiety therapy is available at our practice and our psychologists and social workers who treat anxiety are highly experienced.

There are different types of anxiety disorders and treatment guidelines will vary depending on the type of anxiety you are dealing with. Different types of anxiety disorders include:

  • Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Phobias
  • Panic disorder and Panic Attacks
  • Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia)
  • Agoraphobia
  • Anxiety related to a medical condition

We all experience some anxiety, worry and fear in our everyday life. In fact, small amounts of these feelings can be beneficial in certain situations. However, when these feelings begin to negatively interfere with your life and you are unable to cope with the mounting pressure, it is wise to seek treatment.

There are many symptoms of anxiety, which can include any of the following:

  • Excessive worrying, nervousness or feelings of dread
  • A fear of real or perceived threats
  • Feelings that your future may somehow be cut short
  • Difficulties with focus and concentration
  • Chest pain and chest tightness that are not medically related
  • Heart palpitations or a racing heart that are not medically related
  • Body shakes or tremors that are not medically related
  • Digestive complaints
  • Profuse sweating
  • Dramatic weight loss or weight gain
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Panic attacks and shortness of breath

Relationship problems, health issues, workplace stress, trauma and low self-esteem can all trigger anxiety. If you spend too much time worrying about things and feel nervous, tense, and stressed regularly you may need to seek psychological therapy to address your anxiety. If you need help in recovering from anxiety, please contact us on 02 9114 9977 to discuss how  Talkingminds psychologists and therapists in Sydney (Stanmore and Camden) may be able to assist you. Ask us how our anxiety treatment telehealth online or telephone psychology sessions can help you.

There are many successful, evidence based therapies available to treat and manage anxiety.  At Talkingminds we employ only the best treatment approaches. Recovery from anxiety related conditions is possible and we invite you to discover how therapy can help you regain feelings of ease and calm and regain the confidence you once had.

**Although Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is no longer considered an anxiety disorder, many people suffering with OCD will also experience symptoms of other anxiety disorders.

Please complete this form if you would like to be contacted regarding making an appointment at our Camden practice or online via telehealth. Please include your email, telephone number and best contact times to receive a phone call. To protect you privacy, please do not share any detailed personal information relating to why you are seeking help as we cannot respond to this via email. We would be happy to discuss details with you during your initial appointment, after ascertaining the appropriateness of making an appointment for you via telephone.

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