Speak to a psychologist, get relief from your anxiety and live a happier life.
Key information you should know
- Stress and anxiety are common responses to a variety of situations.
- However, when it begins to become debilitating, it can negatively impact the quality of your day-to-day life.
- We have clinical psychologists who are experts in helping clients manage their anxiety.
At Clear Health Psychology, we have clinical psychologists and psychologists trained and experienced in helping patients manage their anxiety. We use evidenced-based counselling services.
Do you experience anxiety over life events such as work, health or relationships?
Worry and anxiety can make you feel uneasy and affect your concentration, sleep, memory and confidence. You may be unable to relax or enjoy once enjoyable activities. Excessive worry also leads us to being indecisive and doubting ourselves.
Learning to tame anxiety can be an amazing relief for an anxious person. Learning to tone down their anxiety to enable them to be in control of it rather than feeling controlled by it is very possible. Reducing anxiety enables people to improve concentration and quiet your mind. Gaining insight regarding the underlying causes and triggers leading to each person’s anxiety are essential for long-term change.
Talk to our anxiety therapists in Perth
Anxiety can be debilitating if you don’t learn to manage it. Seeking counselling for your anxiety is important, and our Perth anxiety counselling psychologists are experienced in using evidence-based therapies to help you treat your anxiety.
Book an appointment
To learn more about our depression counselling services in Perth, please contact Clear Health Psychology on (08) 6424 8177. We offer both face-to-face and telehealth appointments at all Clear Health Psychology clinic locations.
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Social anxiety may impact both social and employment settings. An important element of reducing social anxiety is to become less preoccupied with other people’s perception of you.
Our clinical psychologists can provide support and the right tools to manage social anxiety when interacting with others. Techniques to reduce thoughts and concerns about negative social events are also important so they are not feared.
I struggle with unpleasant thoughts and/or obsessive thinking. Do you have someone I can see for this?
Unwanted or intrusive thoughts may be obsessive in nature and are difficult to get out of your head. The thoughts may be about engaging in repetitive acts and unless you complete the task something may seem like it will go wrong.
There are times when we know the thoughts are silly, but their strength is too strong to shake. The thoughts may lead to excessive anxiety and panic attacks because they conflict with how you see yourself. This type of anxiety can be very difficult to manage without the help of counselling services from a therapist or clinical psychologist.
We have psychologists experienced in helping to manage intrusive and unwanted thoughts. Get in touch with us today and we’ll guide you through the process.
During a panic attack, you may have difficulty breathing, experience heart palpitations, hot flashes and sweating. You may even feel like you are going to faint or die. The fear of having another can often lead to a negative cycle of rumination and anticipatory anxiety.
Fortunately, there are ways to treat panic attacks. Understanding physiologically what is happening when feeling anxious is essential to gaining control again.
Anxiety can be well managed through both cognitive (thinking) and behavioural (doing) strategies. We will explore the triggers and also be mindful of other underlying reasons for the anxiety.