We all experience anxiety to some degree. Sometimes we don’t know why we are anxious and sometimes we don’t feel in control of our thoughts and feelings.
Anxiety can be disabling and it can be difficult to cope, leaving us feeling worried, powerless and lonely.
Anxiety can lead us to hide away from our world and affect how we manage daily tasks.
Overtime, avoiding life to reduce anxiety can impact our self-esteem, confidence and trust.
EASE can help you by:
“My therapy sessions came at such a crucial time when I was experiencing a heightened sense of despair. Our sessions released me from years of constant frustration and anxiety.”
“The ability to open up in a safe space has been a life saver.
I have a new way to process my thoughts”
Anxiety can be experienced as thoughts, feelings and bodily sensations.
The sense of anxiousness is a response to fear that can create a feeling of panic or the state of being frozen.
When fear strikes, our body releases hormones that prompt our heart to race. We become more vigilant and apprehensive. For some individuals, anxiety may lead to feeling unsteady and lack of control.
The elusive nature of the source of your anxiety may leave you feeling confused and helpless. This in turn can make you feel isolated and unsupported.
Anxiety is a reaction to perceived danger, commonly resulting in the urge to flee or conceal oneself. While this may bring temporary relief, evading emotions, individuals and circumstances is likely to have a diminishing effect on one’s confidence and faith in themselves and their surroundings over extended periods of time.
Clients who self score on anxiety notice a significant change in just 6 weeks with EASE.
This graph shows the average score of EASE clients.
The clinical line through the middle indicates the level at which the NHS would consider a client in need of their support.
We know the first step can take courage. Our team is here to answer any questions you have.
EASE Wellbeing is a community interest company and have been providing mental health support for 14 years working closely with GP practices.
We have since grown and people now have direct access to our services. Our team is led by highly experienced professionals with over 60 years’ combined experience in the NHS, as well as charity and private sectors.
Our supervision team and in-house therapists are trained in several approaches and are all members of a professional body.
EASE Wellbeing is a Community Interest Company with over 25 years’ experience of delivering timely, cost-effective therapeutic counselling.