'Personal Identity, Authenticity, Psychological & Emotional Health'
Psychotherapy and Mental Health Counselling

Julie Morley Psychotherapy

3 Godsey Crescent, Market Deeping, Peterborough PE6 8HU
T: 01778 349620    M:07902 583487   E: email_julie@yahoo.com

Panic Disorder and Panic Attacks

Panic Attacks are a symptom of stress and anxiety problems and my aim in Psychotherapy and Counselling to alieviate panic attacks and then do work beyond that, to ensure the condition does not re-occurr in the future.

Anxiety can be caused by the way we develop and from experiences in life. It's development, and who develops a problem with it, can be a complex issue made up of our natural genetic make-up and neurological (brain) processing, personal tendancies, beliefs, morals, nature and nurture, current relationships and traumatic experiences such as abuse, trauma or even a memory of a difficult period in your life.

Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety or panic at certain times during their lifetime. It's a natural response to stressful or dangerous situations.

For someone with panic disorder, feelings of anxiety, stress and panic occur regularly and at any time and is where you have recurring and regular panic attacks, for no apparent reason. The number of panic attacks you have will depend on how severe your condition is. Some people may have one or two attacks each month, while others may have several attacks a week.