Are You Socially Anxious?

Do any of these situations cause you excessive worry?

  • Going somewhere new

  • Attending parties or social gatherings

  • Going to work or school

  • Starting or joining conversations

  • Making eye contact

  • Romantic relationships

  • Interacting with unfamiliar people or strangers

  • Making a mistake in public

  • Eating in front of others

  • Using a public toilet

If you regularly rearrange your life in order to avoid these and other situations, counselling will help. 

My Anxiety therapy can help you to:

Manage panic attacks

Increase your confidence

Decrease the overly critical voice

Teach you how to be assertive

Receive criticism without being broken by it

Break out of isolation

Make the most of your life

Put most simply- You will be able to go outside, talk to strangers and make relationships without constant fear and worry. 




2 thoughts on “Are You Socially Anxious?

  1. I suffer with severe anxiety panic attacks and depression this has been going on now for ten years i have had hospital admissions and had improvement for a while then relapsed but I know that it is due to sheer isolation and loneliness my one and only friend died last year who was my lifeline and other friends have moved away i feel so desperately alone and suicidal most of the time i don’t see why purpose to carry on i have nobody i can turn to and can’t see how it is ever going to end i am so desperate please can you help !!!!!!!!


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