Clinical Anxiety can be the cause of both physical and psychological symptoms.

Physical symptoms can include:

  • Raised Blood Pressure
  • Pounding heart beat
  • Erratic Breathing
  • Headaches
  • Indigestion & Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Inability to Relax
  • Difficulty Concentrating

Psychological symptoms can include:

  • Fearful without knowing why
  • Fatigue
  • Inability to Relax
  • Lack of concentration
  • Problems Sleeping


Is Anxiety on The Increase?

Has the number of anxiety sufferers increased, or is that more people are seeing it as something that can respond to help? Certainly, the numbers presenting to GP surgeries has increased 46% between 2005 and 2015. (Source NHS Digital)

Most people consulting me have consulted their health professional and have found their advice helpful but they still have anxiety.  That’s when they contact me to find out if there are any additional approaches. I explain that I use a range of useful strategies.


My Preferred Treatment

To treat Anxiety my preferred treatment is called Timeline. In this strategy the client is enabled to go back in time to incidents that made them anxious. They are often surprised to discover that minor incidents (that were major to the child experiencing them) have stayed around in the background of their mind influencing how they feel and also influencing what they do and what they choose not to do.



Amazingly, once the client has reassured their younger self, the adult begins to feel much better and much more secure within themselves. The icing on the cake is that these very welcome results can be really long-lasting.