Onsite 2 years+ 50% of clients return for a 2nd session
- Panic The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for panic. CBT aims to help you address your negative thoughts which make you feel panic, and the resulting avoidant behaviour and/or worry.
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Latest ReviewNancy is a very kind, warm and friendly person. From the moment I first met her she made me feel at ease and comfortable enough to open up and talk to her about my feelings. She is very passionate about her work and being able to help her clients and that comes through every session. She will listen where needs be, asks thought provoking questions and challenges you in a respectful manner. She certainly helped me look at things from a different perspective. Overall just a really nice person.