Laura is a practising therapist and member of the Association of Psychological Therapies. She specialises in treating people for anxiety, phobias and depression, through online therapy, anywhere in the world.
Laura is based in the UK, with clients in both the UK and abroad. Via Skype video call, she coaches people to resolve their anxiety and related symptoms. Laura relates empathetically to people’s everyday challenges when struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, phobias and panic.
Anxiety Therapy Online is an empowering treatment programme that equips people with the lifelong psychological skills and powerful insights they need to ensure that they not only overcome their symptoms but maintain mental well-being in the long-term. It is about feeling in control, positive and confident, feeling able to deal quickly and easily with challenges and being free from the debilitating problems that have been holding them back from living freely and fully.
Having trained in Positive Psychology as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Thrive Programme Consultant training, Laura has successfully treated a wide range people online, from children through to those in their 70s, of different genders and from different parts of the world.
Laura is empathetic and committed to her work. She takes a non-judgemental approach and builds trust, such that clients feel confident to speak openly, which ultimately helps her to help them.
During her years as a teacher and lecturer, Laura often provided professional support to stressed colleagues and pastoral support to anxious students. Laura helped learners suffering with social anxiety, depression, panic attacks, exam stress, agoraphobia, GAD and low self-esteem. Now, as a therapist, Laura is able to help people of all ages from around the world to overcome these and many other psychological challenges.
Laura consults on evenings and weekends as well as during normal working hours, in order to accommodate her clients’ needs and international time differences. Contact Laura to book your first online therapy session – or simply to ask a question.
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Credits: Anxiety Therapy Online
Published: 07 October 2016
Last updated: 23 March 2017