All our thoughts, feelings and experiences are encoded in our body and mind.
Fear and anxiety is normal. It is a survival strategy that helps us avoid potential threats. Sometimes our alarm system becomes over sensitive and is triggered when there is no real threat.
Together we can explore the mechanisms that maintain anxiety and develop personalised strategies that work for you.
Many individuals can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic experiences.
Anxiety, fear, panic attacks and feeling numb to the world around us are all normal responses to experiencing or witnessing traumatic events
Together we can explore ways to overcome these symptoms and move towards recovery.
Many children are experiencing high levels of post-pandemic stress and anxiety. Many struggle to attend school and may be battling suicidal thoughts and self-injurous behaviour.
Exploring inner thoughts and feelings creatively can help children and young people recognise and name their emotions, moods and experiences. Using creative play, we can explore and process what might feel unspeakable.