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Paranoia, Anxiety, Social Phobia therapy, Banbury Oxfordshire

Updated on November 5, 2014

Paranoia and fearful states of mind.

Self-Harm, Anxiety, Social Phobia, Paranoia, Panic Attacks, Lack of Self Confidence, Low Self Esteem and Depression are some of the most common causes of concern that we deal with.

The cause of, and the experience of these difficult issues is different for everyone and therefore so is the answer going to be different for everyone, except to say that there is rarely a "quick fix", it takes a little patience and understanding and a willingness to work with the therapist to get over these issues in order to move on in life.

These concerns usually have both a logical component and a very highly charged emotional content and so no one type or style of therapy is the most effective for everyone and so we usually use a blend of techniques taken from various therapies to create an answer that is specific to yourself, because no one else will be experiencing it quite like you are. For example we will often use elements of CBT and Counselling to deal with the way that you "see" the world along with techniques taken from Meridian Energy Therapies to deal with the emotional side of things. Life coaching structures can then help you move on to new, more enjoyable ways of life. We have been providing therapy in the community for the effects of such stressful conditions for many years here at The Paloma Centre.


Our aim has always been to help clients find their own way of living their life in a more complete, satisfying and resourceful manner through the use of a variety of life enhancing and performance improving therapies.

The Paloma Centre, which adheres strictly to the practise guidelines and requirements of the regulatory body, UKCP, is a personal growth and therapy centre which provides an holistic approach to emotional healing and personal development. We use aspects of psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and person-centred therapies such as Counselling aligned with Hypnotic, EFT, NLP and Life Coaching techniques where appropriate. CBT is also effective with depressive states and is much in demand.

Want to know more? Why not visit our website at www.thepalomacentre.com or call David on 01295 812138.

Don't put up with the effects of emotional stress, you don't have to, call us now and let's start working on making you feel better.



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Anxiety and Depression, Social Phobia, Agorophobia your Fears and Phobias and paranoid state of mind.

Call David on 01295 812138 or visit our website at

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Cognitive Therapy for Delusions, Voices and Paranoia
Cognitive Therapy for Delusions, Voices and Paranoia

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The Paloma Centre.

Paranoid? Anxious? Fearful?

Don't live with it, fix it.

Call David on 01295 812138 and talk it through.

Relaxation technique being demonstrated

 

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      itsamystery 5 years ago

      I think people (like me) who have phobias and anxieties become paranoid because of the way they are treated by others. It's not all in our brains. It's partly reaction from other people--but I do believe hypnosis can help.

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      aren't we paranoid sometimes?

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      Donnette Davis 5 years ago from South Africa

      Very interesting lens, thank you for sharing. Liked :)

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      sousababy 6 years ago

      Getting to the root of these problems is difficult, even for the person who has these fears and /or phobias. Many PTSD (spelled out for your readers: post traumatic stress disorder) symptoms are manifested in physical symptoms . . it takes very skilled therapists (along with family physicians) to work together with the patients to ensure that treatment is started in a timely fashion. The longer these things fester . . the harder they are to treat, unfortunately.

      Oh, hah and nice to see your cartoon addition - there is some humour to be had in your specialty!

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      David Dove 6 years ago

      @Sylvestermouse: You ever want to know the truth, go to the source, thank you.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 6 years ago from United States

      I loved the cartoon in this one! Awesome!

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      pramodbisht 6 years ago

      Nice Lens

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      Tolovaj Publishing House 6 years ago from Ljubljana

      Our lives are in our hands. It's good to know there are professionals around help not to slip them out... Thanks for sharing!

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      DeanTurner 6 years ago

      very interesting, thank you

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      sushilkin lm 6 years ago

      Nice lens ! Thanks for sharing

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Good Topic!

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      p.s. Haven't seen you on any of my sites yet