It Doesn’t Matter Who You Are
Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Phobias and associated issues can affect us at any stage of our lives. We treat young children, teenagers and adults. If you are one of the ‘1 in 4 Kiwis’ affected by an anxiety disorder, you need to know that you are normal!
Regardless of whether your experience of Anxiety, Panic Attacks or Phobias is mild or severe; what you are experiencing is very normal and very human.
Your struggle may have started 30 years or 3 months ago. Our treatment is focused on life-long recovery. It works.
Our clients span every walk of life you can imagine. Regardless of your:
- Social status
- Financial or employment status
Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Phobias follow very similar emotional, mental and physical patterns in everyone. So although your personal experience is unique to you, effective treatment follows a distinctive process.
Much like breaking your arm! Where you break it and how badly you break it may be different from anyone else’s experience. Still, effective recovery for your arm will follow an internationally researched, tested and proven technique for your arm to recover fully.
We are here to take you from fear to freedom. We have already done this for thousands of Kiwis for over 30 years. Our team of psychologists are clinically qualified and experienced in current international best practice treatment of your Anxiety, Panic Attack or Phobic condition.
Are You Struggling Financially?
As a non-profit charity we are about taking everyone struggling with anxiety from fear to freedom – regardless of their financial situation. Because of this, our consultation prices are very competitive. For many New Zealanders though, the costs involved in seeing a psychologist are more than they can afford.
If this is your situation, we can help.
Government funding exists to help you access our services. You may be eligible for this funding if you:
- Are a tertiary student
- Are a low-income earner
- Recieving a Work and Income New Zealand Job Seeks Benefit
- Receiving financial assistance from Work and Income New Zealand (WINZ)
If you have health insurance your treatment may be covered.