Anxiety and stress therapist in Harrogate
I have been working as an anxiety and stress therapist for the last nineteen years before setting up as an anxiety and stress therapist in Harrogate. I see every day individuals who are amazing people but are struggling with this condition.
I work with individuals to help them resolve their stress and anxiety by offering a variety of therapies. I will talk to you about how your stress or anxiety is affecting you and how I can help.
On occasions I may use Acupuncture to relieve Headaches, I.B.S or Hypnotherapy to help boost your confidence, massage to help relieve neck pain and sometimes coaching or counselling to resolve negative ways of thinking. In essence, I will work with you to help you feel better, more confident, relaxed and able to move forward in your life in a positive way.
Please get in touch if you need some support, Patti 07787 831 275.
We are all subject to external stress whether that’s having too much to do, financial pressures, difficult relationships at work or at home, children that need our love, attention and support or older parents that need practical help and emotional support or living with a chronic illness or losing a loved one or changing jobs.
The list can be endless of the demands made on us, so how do we cope!
Most people cope remarkably well given the extent of the demands made of them. However, on some occasions whether through tiredness, physical illness or overload the cracks can begin to show. Many individuals are embarrassed to admit that they are struggling to cope and often express the view that they must have some kind of character flaw or are weak, as they are finding life stressful and difficult. These people are immensely strong individuals but often have such huge demands and expectations of themselves; along the way they have forgot to look after their own needs, both physically and emotionally. This neglect begins to accumulate and slowly or sometimes rapidly the cracks begin to show.
During the course of our lives we face huge challenges that are often outside of our control, whether that’s the loss of a loved one, the end of a close relationship or maybe we are finding our new job overwhelming, whatever the circumstances we all need to learn to take time to nurture ourselves.
In our society we are often taught to achieve and work hard so we can get on in life. The flip side of working hard is that we can forget along the way to care and love ourselves, ignoring our body’s and minds clues that all is not well.