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Along with depression, anxiety is one of the most common mental disorders in the world, both in adolescents and in adults. Generally speaking it is a natural biological phenomenon which helps us discern threatening situations and deal with them accordingly through our fight, flight or freeze mechanism. However, this mechanism can at times become hypersensitive and start sending warning signals to the brain even when nothing is seemingly wrong. If this persists and is left untreated an anxiety disorder might develop.

There are many types of anxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder (or social phobia), separation anxiety disorder and a range of specific phobias related to various objects or situations that can provoke intense, overwhelming feelings of fear followed by uncomfortable physical symptoms.

Find out more about our counselling and psychotherapy for anxiety in Guildford and online by getting in touch and booking your free 15 minute consultation.


Signs of anxiety


Please keep in mind that even if you find that you have some of the below mentioned symptoms it does not necessarily mean that you have developed an anxiety disorder. Make sure to contact your GP and a mental health professional to get a proper assessment and diagnosis.

Signs to look out for related to your mind:

  • feeling restless, irritable and fearful for long periods of time
  • feeling like something terrible is going to happen or that you’re going to lose control of yourself or your sanity
  • feeling disconnected from yourself or from the rest of the world, and like everyone is judging you
  • having trouble concentrating due to invasive thoughts
  • constantly worrying about past events or feeling apprehensive about future events

Signs to look out for related to your body:

  • fast and shallow breathing, or feeling like you cannot get enough air
  • having an irregular heartbeat and feeling as if your heart might pound out of your chest
  • sweating and feeling as if you might have a fever
  • experiencing headaches, stomach aches or other sorts of physical pain
  • experiencing involuntary muscle twitching and trembling
  • having an upset stomach and/or feeling nauseous
  • needing to pass urine more often than usual
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Our expert team treat anxiety daily from our online clinics and in our anxiety therapy clinic in Guildford, Surrey.

It’s best to seek professional help as soon as you recognize that anxiety is taking a toll on the quality of your life. Remember that there’s no shame in speaking about your troubles and discussing your symptoms with an expert. Look out for these signs:

  • changes in sleep pattern, lack of sleep, frequent waking up during the night, insomnia
  • chronic irritability and feeling like you’re on edge
  • muscle tension that isn’t due to excessive exercise
  • difficulty keeping food down
  • you procrastinate and/or cannot focus on the task at hand
Meet our team


At Dr Jo Gee Psychotherapy, you will get support tailored to your needs for efficient and quick symptom relief. We offer psychotherapy for anxiety online and CBT for anxiety in Guildford Surrey.

Our handpicked team of professionals will work with you to get the best outcome and support you on your recovery.

Our gold standard approach to treating anxiety is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Some of the benefits of CBT in treating anxiety are as follows:

  • it is short-term, but has long-lasting positive effects on your mental outlook and overall wellbeing
  • it provides you with tools you need to replace negative thought patterns with more positive ones
  • because of its structured approach it is a great fit for anxious individuals who find comfort in permanence and guidance
  • it is effective both by itself and combined with other treatments, including pharmacotherapy

Looking for a longer term or depth psychotherapy? We offer a range of treatments for anxiety resolution, so get in contact today to book your free 15 minute consultation.

Book your CBT


Ready to book your appointment? Please press the button below to see our online availability. Can’t see what you need, then don’t hesitate to send a message via the contact form below or call or email our offices.

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Whatever your current struggle, we are ready to help you. We offer a free 15 minute phone discussion and we look forward to hearing from you.

We offer online psychiatry, psychology, counselling and psychotherapy appointments.

For clinic appointments we work from Willow Health and DJGP in Guildford, Surrey. Clients come to see us online or from Addlestone, Aldershot, Ashford, Bisley, Camberley, Chertsey, Chobham, Cobham, Cranleigh, Dorking, Egham, Epsom, Esher, Farnham, Farnborough, Fleet, Godalming, Guildford, Haslemere, Horley, Horsham, Kingston, Leatherhead, Lightwater, Oxshot, Redhill, Reigate, Richmond, Send, Shere, Staines-upon-Thames, Sunbury-on-Thames, Surbiton, Virginia Water, Walton-on-Thames, West End, Weybridge, Windlesham and Woking.

If you would like to book an initial consultation, please message or call us, and we will get back to you as soon as we can.



    Willow Health

    4 Paris Parklands


    GU2 9JX



    3 Beaufort Parklands


    GU2 9JX


    Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 9.00pm

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