Anxiety Counselling in Melbourne and Teletherapy

Most things we worry about never even happens. Anxiety has the tendency to be all consuming.  I offer Anxiety Counselling in Melbourne or from the comfort of your own home via Teletherapy for Anxiety, we’ll help put things back in order.

Anxiety Counselling Melbourne

Anxiety Counselling in Melbourne or Teletherapy helps

Anxiety – it’s a natural part of life, and something we’ve all experienced. However, when anxiety takes over, the effects can be debilitating. Ultimately, our goal is to help make you feel more at ease as challenges arise.

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a fear of something you don’t want to happen! While it’s normal to feel anxious on a first date for example, it becomes problematic when it starts affecting day to day living. 

The origins of anxiety can be seen in most animals when under threat. This is known as the fight/flight/freeze response. This response becomes activated to protect us. However we tend to translate painful emotions into these responses, distorting what is real danger.

The Anxiety Counselling Melbourne Clinic uses evidence-based therapy to help clients let go of negative beliefs. Ultimately, this results in helping clients regain a sense of self. 

Anxiety Symptoms

  • Mind racing
  • Heart racing
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Muscle tension
  • Excessive perspiration
  • Shakiness
  • Nausea / vomiting
  • Dry mouth
  • Trembling
  • Avoidance of situations
  • Lack of concentrating
  • Feel like you’re dying

What’s the difference between primary and secondary anxiety?

Sometimes, we can also get what’s called secondary anxiety. Consequently, we feel anxious about our anxiety. Whether you come for anxiety counselling in Melbourne or via teletherapy via Skype, a focus on uncovering the layers helps identify identify both.

Different forms of Anxiety

Anxiety can present itself in a number of ways. First, there’s social anxiety. Further, anxiety can also manifest over financial issues, deadlines at work, or deciding whether to stay or go in a relationship. However if the situation worsens this can also lead to other disorders such as:

  • General Anxiety Disorder
  • Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Eating disorders
  • Dissociative disorders
  • Sleep disorders

How do you reduce anxiety?

A number of interventions can help reduce anxiety. Diaphragmatic breathing is a quick fix. However, as you’ve probably discovered, it doesn’t always work. In truth, speaking to a trained therapist is perhaps the best way to manage it.

The Anxiety Counselling Melbourne Clinic uses a holistic integrative approach. In fact, we use a combination of what is called both  top-down strategies, and bottom-up interventions.

Top-down approaches, involves identifying unhelpful automatic thinking. Talk therapy, CBT, mindfulness, and psychoeducation, for example, can help with this

A bottom-up approach, uses the wisdom of the body. Ultimately, blocked emotions are released. 

If you’re struggling with anxiety contact the Anxiety Counselling Melbourne Clinic.  an accredited trained counsellor will be in touch. 

Ask us about our FREE 30 minute consultation.

“I am forever grateful for Ronnie’s therapy. It was over skype, and I was hesitant at first, but because of COVID-19, I had no choice. The results I saw was a dramatic reduction in my anxiety and overall improvement in my wellbeing. Ronnie gave tools that are with me today.” S.L

Did you know that anxiety affects up to 25% of Australians?

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Teletherapy & Melbourne Counselling 


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47 Fitzroy Street
St Kilda
+61 488 858 688


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