CBT for Panic
Panic Attacks and CBT
The key to panic attacks are that a negative thought about a worst case scenario that could happen in the future becomes imminent and the client reacts to this as if it were actually happening NOW, in the present and experiences the terror, nervousness, dread, and panic which comes from having their greatest fears appear to happen.
One of the greatest fears is that the intensity of negative emotion could continue ‘forever’ and would spiral into catastrophic results
CBT and Panic Attacks
Virtual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Convenient, private and secure
Online Therapy is available to anyone, anywhere in the world at home or in the office using a tablet, mobile phone or laptop / computer and a good internet connection.
This service would appeal to client's for a variety of reasons.
- Clients location would make it difficult / impossible to access Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy.
- Clients time-pressure, work deadlines, and work-based travel make it difficult to commit for the normal counselling time-scale.
- Clients family commitments make it easier to have treatment on-line at home.
- Clients prefer an initial face to face assessment, and then combine both treatment modalities.