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Appointments

Tues & Thurs: 8am - 7pm

Weds: until 7pm

All messages are treated confidentially and your information is held in accordance with the latest GDPR regulations. 

On Tuesdays and Thursdays I work from my home in Holbrook from 8am - 7pm (last appointment). 

I also offer appointments on Wednesday evenings until 7pm (last appointment).

 

Holbrook is a 10 minute drive from Ipswich or a 15 minute drive from Manningtree.

 

In addition, I work from the Hub Business Centre in Ipswich on Wednesday mornings.

 

The Hub has disabled access, parking nearby and is walking distance from the town centre. 

Call or text 07341 261 150, email sh@sarahharveycounselling.co.uk or submit a message via the contact form below.

I will aim to get back in touch within 24 hours.

Anxiety

What is anxiety and how can it affect our lives?

While all of us can feel anxious at times, when the feeling is persistent and impacts on our daily lives it is known as anxiety. Anxiety over prolonged periods can leave us stressed, overwhelmed, irritable and many other feelings besides. This in turn can make it harder for us to participate in everyday activities that we might need or want to carry out leaving us feeling isolated, worried and sometimes just utterly worn out. Over time our confidence and self-esteem can begin to erode.

 

How can counselling help?

Talking to a counsellor can help us understand why we feel the way we do and what triggers feelings of panic and stress in our day to day life. In our sessions, we can explore what resources you already have and look to increase these strategies to help you feel more in control and have a better understanding of your personal goals, needs and aspirations.

 

What to do next

Had enough of feeling stressed and exhausted? Get in touch today to book your initial consultation and assessment, and start your journey to feeling better.

The NHS says 5% of the UK Population suffer with generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) - that's more than 3 million people in the UK alone - you're not alone.