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Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of fear and discomfort, which we experience when faced with a dangerous situation. Everyone feels some anxiety at different times during their life and it is normal. But often anxious feelings produce unpleasant side effects of sweating, tension, panic and avoidance behaviour. If left untreated it can cause wider difficulties in relationships, at work and in general mood levels.

If you do feel anxious at times and would like help with those feelings, counselling and psychotherapy can help you by exploring the roots of anxiety and finding factors that maintain anxiety.

At Kraków Counselling and Psychotherapy in Kraków Kliny we offer anxiety counselling and psychotherapy for difficulties such as general worries, social anxiety, performance anxiety, panic attacks, nervousness and extreme shyness.

These issues respond well to counselling and psychotherapy including the incorporation of cognitive behavioural therapy principles and emotional freedom technique (EFT).

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When you know something is not right with yourself, whether it be physical pain or emotional unrest, it should not be put to the back of your head, where slowly it can eat away at you. Over time I let this happen, hiding physical pain and emotional sadness for the sake of others, therefore forgetting about my own life and happiness. I would plod along going from day to day, as if life was a production line.

Having lost family members in the past 2 years, undergoing a serious operation, fearing redundancy and breaking up with a long term partner, I felt like my head was like a volcano, a volcano that would not release pressure...

Nothing made me happy nor sad, distancing myself from loved ones and having no interest in the things I used to enjoy. Unsure how to proceed, a family member suggested I see a counsellor. Very reluctant to do so, 'why would I need to see anyone?' I took out the yellow pages, and emailed Joanna first. This made the initial contact very easy. Then a call to arrange a meeting, I had no need to be so reluctant.

I met with Joanna in a very friendly private atmosphere, where she diagnosed me with depression. We talked and after every visit a felt more of a weight lifting off my head, the volcano was starting to release pressure. And over time I learnt how to deal with how I was feeling and have the strength to ask myself the questions 'what I needed, and what I wanted?'.  I now have my life back on track, back with my partner and have no worries with what the future brings. With the help of Joanna I am happier than ever, as I said to her you 'fixed me'.

C.W. (Reactive Depression)