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Anxiety and panic attacks relate to what is known as the Fight Flight Freeze response.

When we sense danger our bodies produce hormones, such as adrenalin and cortisol. This natural automatic biological response helps us to be more alert. Our heart beats faster so we can quickly avoid any perceived threat.

When we are under constant stress, worry, or fear, have unresolved emotions or safeguarding patterns of behaviour our fight flight freeze response can be triggered thus creating the build-up of anxiety.

Grounding – to help manage anxiety

Grounding techniques are mental exercises which are used to help focus the mind to the present moment rather than anxious thoughts and emotions. These new skills when practiced over time can be a useful resource to achieve a calmer headspace.

Short body scan meditation. This exercise is very useful in calming down the nervous system, and can also be used if you are having trouble sleeping due to a busy and anxious mind.

Square box breathing

Square box breathing is a great tool to have as can be done anytime anywhere, to bring calm and regulation to the autonomic nervous system.

1 Breath in counting slowly to four.
2. Hold your breath for four seconds.
3 Slowly exhale through your mouth for four seconds.
4. Hold your breath for four seconds.
5. Repeat for 30 to 60 seconds


Depression is a mood disorder that can cause persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and / or a lack of interest in activities that were once enjoyable.

It can also cause tiredness, disturbed sleep, changes in appetite, feelings of guilt or worthlessness, and difficulty concentrating.

Depression is a common and serious medical illness that can interfere with daily life, and may require professional treatment such as counselling or medication.

It’s important to seek help from a healthcare professional if you or someone you know is struggling with depression.


Long-term stress can have a significant impact on both the mind and the body. When the body is under stress, it releases hormones that can have both short and long-term effects on our cognitive functioning and physical health

Techniques such as mindfulness, relaxation, and exercise can be helpful in managing stress and promoting mental and physical well-being.

Seeking professional help may also be necessary for individuals experiencing chronic stress and related mental health problems.


Loss and grief are natural and inevitable parts of life.

Grief is the emotional response to a significant loss, such as the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or a major life change. It can bring about intense feelings of sadness, emptiness, and pain. Coping with loss and grief is a highly individual process, and there is no right or wrong way to grieve.

Be patient with yourself and allow the healing process to unfold naturally.

Over time, with support and self-care, it is possible to find meaning and rebuild a fulfilling life while carrying the memories of your loss.


Eating disorders are complex mental health conditions characterized by a difficult or unhealthy relationship with food, body image, and weight.

They often involve extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviours towards eating and can have serious physical and psychological consequences.

Common types of eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder.

Remember, recovery from an eating disorder takes time and effort. It is a journey that requires patience, support, and professional guidance.

With the right treatment and support system, it is possible to overcome an eating disorder and cultivate a healthier and happier life.


Addiction is a complex condition characterised by compulsive and uncontrollable substance use or engagement in certain behaviours, despite harmful consequences.

It can have severe physical, psychological, and social effects. Common types of addiction include substance abuse (such as drugs or alcohol) and behavioural addictions (such as gambling, gaming, or compulsive eating).

With the right treatment, support network, and self-care practices, it is possible to overcome addiction and live a healthier, fulfilling life.


Trauma refers to an emotional response to an overwhelming or distressing event or series of events.

It can result from various experiences, such as physical or sexual abuse, natural disasters, accidents, or witnessing violence. Trauma can have a profound impact on a person's psychological, emotional, and physical well-being.

Healing from trauma is a personal journey, and everyone's healing process is unique.

With professional support, self-care, and patience, it is possible to reclaim a sense of safety, well-being, and resilience.


Counselling can be beneficial for addressing various relationship problems, even when it doesn't involve couples therapy.

Some common relationship issues that can lead individuals to seek counselling include communication difficulties, trust issues, co-dependency, difficulty with intimacy, family dynamics, and emotional or verbal abuse.

Counselling is a proactive step towards improving relationship dynamics, fostering personal growth, and enhancing overall well-being.


Self-esteem plays a crucial role in overall well-being and mental health.

Low self-esteem can manifest in various ways, including constant self-criticism and negative self-talk, excessive self-doubt and lack of confidence, fear of judgment and rejection.

Counselling can provide valuable guidance and strategies to develop a healthier self-concept and enhance overall well-being.


Self-awareness a skill that can be developed with a qualified counsellor or on your own with the help of accurate online resources.

It is the ability to recognize and understand our own emotions, behaviours, and thoughts, and how they impact ourselves and the people around us.

While it can be difficult to develop self-awareness, particularly if we are used to suppressing or ignoring our emotions, the benefits of cultivating self-awareness is crucial for our personal growth.

Link to Tim Ferriss and Brene Brown on developing self-awareness
Link to Brene Brown Ted talk - The power of vulnerability


Self-care can be practiced at any point during the day or night. It refers to the practice of taking intentional actions to improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

It involves prioritizing your own needs and taking steps to ensure that you are taking care of yourself.

Self-care can include a wide range of activities. It doesn’t have to be a bath or a face mask, which can help relax you, particularly before bed. It can be things that might be more difficult such as setting healthy boundaries in relationships, or completing a piece of work that you have been avoiding.


If you'd like to talk in confidence about your mental health, then please get in touch. Our experienced team are here to give support & advice and will arrange for an assessment to be completed at a convenient time.