Issues Anxiety

Post Traumatic Stress

Post Traumatic Stress 

People suffering from Post Traumatic Stress can experience high levels of  anxiety when they fear re-experiencing the traumatic event.  People suffering from this type of anxiety can be easily startled, have sleep problems and/or avoid or numb the feeling.

Whether or not a person requires medication, the counselling process is an essential part of managing anxiety.  It is only through counselling that one is able to deeply understand anxiety and its impact regarding our thoughts, feelings, behaviours and attachments.  Additionally practising mindfulness and visualization with a counsellor can assist the body symptoms of anxiety.  If you find anxiety is getting in the way of you living your life – you are not alone.  Many people seek counselling professionals for help.