Social Anxiety

Feeling uncomfortable or awkward around other people is a common human experience.

But when we’re excessively preoccupied with fears and worry about rejection, judgement and humiliation before, during or after social interactions, this may mean we have a developing, or have developed, a social anxiety disorder.


This type of anxiety can result in avoidance of social settings and chronic feelings of shame and isolation. 

With social anxiety we may also experience: 

  • Anxiety speaking to people of authority
  • Avoidance of eye contact with unfamiliar people 
  • Difficulty speaking or performing in public
  • Difficulty eating or writing in public


The psychological approaches that we use to help clients with Social Anxiety include:  

Book an appointment with one of our highly trained Psychologists to see which approach works best for you. 

Next steps? 

Let’s make a start. During your first sessions we’ll work through your challenges and needs.

This is not an exercise of putting you in a box and sticking a label on it but rather helping you feel safe and opening up opportunities for healing and growth.

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