What We Treat

5461747_mlMany different types of anxiety, panic attacks and phobias exist. Their effects on us can be mild or severe. We estimate that 1 in 4 Kiwis are experiencing some type Anxiety, Panic Attack, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Phobia or associated issue right now.

These are just some of the anxiety, panic attack and phobia conditions we treat on a regular basis:

  • Social Phobia

    This is an extremely common condition. Someone with social phobia experiences strong anxiety or panic in social situations. This fear of severe anxiety or panicking in public can cause us to avoid social situations. This impacts our ability to create or maintain relationships, seriously eroding our quality of life, employment and career goals. Read more...
  • Panic Disorder

    Someone with Panic Disorder may have sudden and frequent panic/fear attacks that can last for several minutes at a time. Read more...
  • Agoraphobia

    Someone with Agoraphobic experiences anxiety and panic attacks in certain physical situations like being outside of the home, travelling on motorways or going to the supermarket. Read more...
  • Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

    Someone with GAD experiences constant or chronic anxiety, worry or tension without really knowing why, or what the reason is. Read more...
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

    Someone with OCD experiences unwanted and repeated thoughts, rituals and obsessions. Sometimes these are expressed by doing things like constant hand-washing, locking and unlocking the door and consciously focusing on repeating thought patterns. Read more...
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    Someone with PTSD can experience repeated and ongoing anxiety after an experience that involved either physical harm or the threat of physical harm. Read more…
  • Eating Disorders

    Someone with an eating disorder can have a compulsion to either eating or not eating. Either way there can be serious effects on both mental and physical health.

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  • Trichotillomania

    Someone with Trichotillomania struggles with the compulsion to pull their hair out. Read more...

Your experience of anxiety, panic attacks and phobia may or may not be included in this list. You can contact us today in total confidence if you would like information on how we can help you.