Anxiety Hypnotherapy , Mindfulness and Coaching

Anxiety and Phobia( click here for phobia information) specialist David McAllister is here to help you take back control of your anxiety quickly and effectively. Helping adults, children and teens understand and manage their anxieties, fears and phobias with hypnotherapy, mindfulness,coaching and psycho sensory techniques.

Anxiety & Phobia Specialist Therapist Available for Therapy Online or face to face.

Anxiety therapy Dublin

Anxiety can be described as a feeling of :

A feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.

Dr Judson Brewer Unwinding Anxiety

Physical changes can be associated with these feelings such as those in the image below.

Many of us will have some experience of anxiety during our lifetime; it’s one of the things that make us human. Anxiety is a very common reaction from a tough, healthy brain that thinks there might be concerns coming our way and prepares us to be stronger, faster and more alert. It is the instinctive call to action to either fight or flee from dangers.

However anxiety becomes distressing and troubling when the brain doesn’t switch off from hypersensitivity and this is when confusion and turmoil takes over your daily experiences.

So if you have read down to here then you will be interested in how to resolve these anxious feelings.

Well this is where I come in, this is what I do, I help people like you to identify, make sense of and manage your anxiety, fears and phobias.

My one to one sessions will teach you 3 things.

1. Stop the current way you are thinking

2. Learn how to accept that you are in control of your thoughts

3. Use your new way of thinking to shape the future you desire

The sooner you start the easier it will be to reverse the negative patterns you already have. Remember you are not a lost cause, damaged or faulty in any way. It’s just that you haven’t been taught how to take control of your life in a way that makes sense to you.

Does that sound like something you want to do now?

If so, then feel free to contact me so we can have a chat about getting your anxiety, fears and phobis under control so you can regain your confidence to live the life you deserve.

Arrange your free consultation by clicking here: Contact

Action, however small, will bring you closer to your ideal life more than any thoughts. Take action today.

David McAllister BSc(Hons),Dip App S.S.,ADCHP, MCHPA
Phone: 085 843 5939
Email: anxietyclinic@dublin.com

Contact NOW to change your life TODAY

Committee Member of the CHPA

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