Worry often comes with other issues; therefore, you may also need therapy for: anxiety, depression, stress, anger, panic, trauma or post-traumatic stress (PTSD), social anxiety, excessive shyness, health anxiety, bereavement, grief and loss, relationship problems, drug and alcohol misuse plus many other issues.
Learn how to deal more effectively with doubt and uncertainty.
We all worry from time to time. However, some people are very troubled by excessive worrying or over-thinking about a wide-range of daily life and hypothetical future situations. For example: "What if X happens, then I will have to do this .......". "But what if Y happens, then I'll have to do that ...." Etc. Worries often cascade from one topic to the other like an infestation.
Worry usually consists of: recurring negative thoughts and predictions; considering every possible eventuality; a pre-occupation with doubt and uncertainty; worry about worry and avoidance of worrying situations.
This nasty problems affects large numbers of people causing high levels of stress, relationship problems and unhappiness.
You should consider seeking counselling or cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) when your worry problem is interfering with your normal functioning, relationships and daily activities and you would like help from an experienced and qualified therapist to overcome this problem.
To make an appointment for Worry Counselling or CBT or to make an inquiry, please contact Tracey Johnston, Clinical Director
or email (please click on email link): firstname.lastname@example.org
All communications will be treated with the highest level of confidentiality and discretion.
Possibilities Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre
31 Jopp's Lane