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.
ABOUT SOCIAL ANXIETY
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
HOW WE HELP
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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Once we have received your enquiry, we will be in contact to arrange a time to have brief telephone conversation in order to clarify any questions and assess if we are the right service for your needs.