10 Steps to Conquering Your Anxiety – Infographic

Anxiety affects the majority of us at some point in our lives and suffering from symptoms of anxiety does not indicate a weakness or a failing on our part. Anxiety can affect us intermittently or can be ongoing – but we CAN always do something to help reduce the effects and even remove that ‘sense of dread’ associated with anxiety.

Below is a quick guide to my ’10 Steps’ and to support you further you can:

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<div><a href=”https://www.angliacounselling.co.uk/infographic/10-steps-infographic/”><img src=”https://www.angliacounselling.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/10-Steps-to-Conquering-Your-Anxiety-Infographic.png” alt=”10 Steps to Conquering Your Anxiety” width=”800px” height=”1200px”></a></div><p><b>Source: <a href=”https://www.angliacounselling.co.uk/infographic/10-steps-infographic/”>https://www.angliacounselling.co.uk/infographic/10-steps-infographic/</a></b></p>

About the author
Managing Director / Counsellor at Anglia Counselling Ltd | 07747042899 | [email protected] | Business Website

Bob Brotchie is a counsellor, mindset consultant and creator of "Conscious Living by Design"™. He writes for Anglia Counselling, is featured on various other websites and introduces us to many guest writers all covering topics related to mental health and wellbeing.

Bob provides bespoke counselling services to individuals and couples in the privacy and comfort of a truly welcoming environment at his Anglia Counselling company office, located near Newmarket in Suffolk, England. Bob also provides professional online counselling, for local, national, and international clients. The therapeutic models offered are bespoke to the client’s needs, especially those in receipt of 'childhood emotional neglect' (CEN), whilst integrating a mindful approach to psychotherapy and cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) principles. For clients experiencing trauma and/or phobia, Bob offers EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing).


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