What do I need to know?
Symptoms of anxiety disorders can include ongoing worry or repetitive thoughts, sweating, difficulty breathing, an increased heart rate, restlessness, insomnia, nausea and avoidance behaviours.
You’re not alone
Though experiences of anxiety disorders are extremely common, they are by no means homogenous. Anxiety disorders include Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, PTSD and others. A mental health professional can help you to identify and understand exactly what it is you’re dealing with, which is a critical first step in addressing an anxiety disorder.
How can a professional help me?
Below, you can browse through some of Radiant’s qualified mental health professionals who specialise in the treatment of anxiety. If you find a mental health professional who feels like the right fit, you can give them a call, or request an email, and get the ball rolling on your treatment plan today.
We also have some great blogs to help you understand anxiety and anxiety treatments a little better, and perhaps even to help you find the inspiration you need to take that all important step to seeking professional mental health support.
Meet some of our
professionals in anxiety
Latest anxiety blogs
As the world grapples with the ripple effects of Coronavirus, many of us are left feeling frightened and confused. It’s a natural response to feel afraid in extraordinary times like these. If you feel like your mental health has been severely affected it’s important...
Deciding to see a psychologist or psychiatrist is a pivotal point in many people’s lives. Often, however, it is difficult to know whether you’re just having a low spell or there is something more going on. Many things can affect mood and mental well-being. Hormones,...
With the majority of businesses requesting employers to work from home, restaurants and cafés only open for takeaway, most entertainment spaces shut down, and the government encouraging social distancing – we’re left to fend for ourselves in the safest place: at home....