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Panic attacks Children
Panic attacks occur when your body experiences a rush of intense psychological and physical symptoms. The individual may feel an overwhelming sense of fear, apprehension and anxiety as well physical symptoms such as nausea, sweating and breathing difficulties. Living with the threat of panic attacks can be extremely debilitating, but is certainly treatable. For more information and details of how we can help Read More
Relationship difficulties Children
The relationships with have with each other; our families, friends, partners, colleagues are vital to our wellbeing and sense of self.  The intricacies of these relationships are specific to each individual but can often be frustrating, stressful or scary.  It is important to remember that these difficulties are common and that you are not alone.  In addition, we can help - for more information and details of how we can help Read More
Separation anxiety Children
Separation anxiety can be a serious emotional problem characterised by extreme distress when a child is away from their parent family member or guardian. With anxiety is difficult to establish whether or not a child simply needs time and patience to overcome their fears, or whether they would benefit from professional support to learn techniques and strategies to overcome their distress. We can work with the child and their parents to determine t
Social anxiety Children
Social anxiety disorder is a persistent and often overwhelming fear of social situations and is one of the most common anxiety disorders in children. It can manifest itself as an extreme form of shyness where the sufferer can experience fear and anxiety when undertaking everyday activities such as going out in public and speaking on the phone. People with social anxiety will worry about social activities before, during and after they take p