The Anxiety Revolution

Our mental health professionals can assist you in overcoming your anxiety. Make an inquiry today.

What is anxiety and how does it manifest?

Anxiety manifests itself in a variety of ways. While you may be experiencing dread, panic, concern, or uneasiness, these are all frequent and quite natural emotions. When these sensations become more common, they might result in the development of a serious anxiety condition.

How do we treat anxiety

We provide a range of anxiety treatment alternatives, including counselling and talking treatments. These are described in detail below:

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for anxiety

CBT is an extremely successful therapy strategy used to address many mental health issues, including anxiety. CBT assumes that negative thinking patterns cause and exacerbate anxiety.

Exposure interventions for anxiety

Exposure can also help with anxiety. This is a therapy strategy that gradually reintroduces you to stressful things, circumstances, or occurrences. This helps you progressively face your concerns and reduces your suffering.

1:1 therapy for anxiety

1:1 therapy is a proven method for treating anxiety. Individualized anxiety therapy between you and an anxiety specialist. During 1:1 treatment, your anxiety therapist will be able to address your difficulties in a way that is most beneficial to you.

Group therapy for anxiety

This sort of therapy is conducted in a group environment. Groups are generally made up of other patients dealing with similar concerns or diagnosed with anxiety.

Family therapy for anxiety

Family therapy is done in a group with your family. Anxiety is discussed openly in family therapy, allowing everyone involved to Recognize anxiety signs and symptoms. Examine how anxiety affects you and your loved ones.

Eye movement desensitisation and re-processing (EMDR)

EMDR is a therapeutic procedure used to treat a number of mental health disorders such as trauma, addiction, and anxiety.

Typical causes of anxiety

Anxiety medication


Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)

The most effective anti-anxiety drugs are SSRIs, a kind of antidepressant. These are non-addictive, and their effects are noticeable within a few weeks. It is critical to complete the whole term of SSRI medication, which is often nine months or longer.



Beta-blockers, such as Propranolol, can help alleviate anxiety’s physical effects. As a result, they can be beneficial in some instances, such as assisting you with performing or speaking in public if this is something that often causes you anxiety.



Anxiolytics such as Diazepam may be beneficial for short-term anxiety reduction. However, they are addicting and should not be used for an extended period of time.

We’ve helped thousands of people

Codey Joyner


‘I was treated for depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I’ve been feeling lot better as a consequence of your help, and the outcomes have been excellent. I would strongly suggest this therapy, best wishes’.

Eren Hill


‘I am doing really well after beginning therapy for Depression and Anxiety last month. Thanks’

Emanuel Sadler


‘Since my therapy on the 1st December 2019, my Depression and Anxiety have been at their best in years! ‘Happily Ever After!!’

You ask, we answer

Anxiety is a normal physiological reaction to a stressful or dangerous circumstance. The body responds to a circumstance by racing the heart, sweating the palms, and experiencing shortness of breath. This reaction is more severe, occurs more frequently, and can last hours, if not days, in people who suffer from an anxiety condition.

Anxiety disorders afflict 12% of the population, making them Canada’s most prevalent mental ailment. For a number of reasons, some people may avoid seeking therapy for anxiety, despite the fact that it may be effectively addressed through a range of different approaches.

If you have a family member who suffers from an anxiety condition, your chances of having one are increased.

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Social Phobia
  • Panic Disorder
  • Specific Phobia
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder