If you feel as though you’re constantly worrying, and it’s interfering with your day to day life, there’s a good chance you may be suffering from anxiety.

Every year, around 14% of all adult Australians are affected by an anxiety disorder.

What causes anxiety?

Anxiety can be caused by number of factors, including genetics or stressful life events.

What are the symptoms?

Common symptoms of anxiety include:

  • Feeling distressed a lot of the time for no obvious reason
  • Persistent, excessive or unrealistic worries about social situations, and/or intense, irrational fear of everyday objects and situations
  • Pounding heart
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Upset stomach
  • Muscle tension
  • Headache
  • Sweating or choking
  • Feeling faint or shaky

How can psychology and counselling help?

We work with you to manage and reduce anxiety symptoms so that you can live an anxiety-free life.

Learn more about our therapies.

How to book a session

To be eligible for the Medicare rebate, you will need to have a referral from a GP. Simply visit your GP, tell them how you are feeling, and ask about a Mental Health Care Plan and referral for Good Thinking Clinical Psychology.

You can also see one of our psychologists without a referral, but unfortunately you cannot claim the Medicare rebate. For more information about our session prices, see rates and rebates.

To book a session now, call us on (02) 8068 0982 or contact us.