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Archive | March, 2017

CBT Basics

Cognitive behavioural therapy is the cornerstone of most anxiety treatment at the current time. It’s commonly called CBT. We use this to work from the now to help people alter they way they perceive the situations and how they react to it. Effectively resetting the fear level to expected normal levels. CBT works on the […]

Fear of Clowns – Coulrophobia

The fear of clowns is common in youth and sometimes extends into adulthood. For Nicki who works in No Panic’s head office her coulrophobia has extended into adulthood. She cannot be near or look at a picture of a clown without screaming, shaking, having heart palpitations and having the strong urge to run away from […]

Poem: Helpliner By Sharon

You don`t know me, I`m a voice on the phone, A number you chose to call, To share your deepest fears. You call from a place of safety, Anonymous from your home, A haven that`s a safe prison, Where rituals and habits rule. You cry out your despair, Sob your sheer panic aloud; You share […]

Carer’s Week

Carers As this is carers week I am sure many people suffering from anxiety would wish to say a big thank you for the help they receive if they have a carer, which is often a family member or friends. The people that care are there every day doing the best they can to help […]

Poem: Love yourself by Nick

For the sake of ones’ mental health You need to learn to love yourself. To resolve and reform your life Assert a will upon your psych, We all of us have our flaws I know mine – what’s yours. Love yourself, really please do, Else, don’t expect others to. Be yourself – you are unique […]

Member’s Videos

On No Panic’s Member’s Facebook page one of our trustees Sarah is doing some recovery videos to help the members of the group. The first one is live right now. Go over to our member’s facebook group if your a member of the charity to see them now. https://www.facebook.com/groups/nopanicmembers/

Carers: Caring for Yourself

When a person is a carer their life is often taken up by caring for the person they care for who is often a family member or friend. The person they usually find difficulty caring for and keeping well is themselves. So we recommend the following to keep yourself well enough to be that carer […]