Bespoke assessment and treatment for anxiety disorders

A quick introduction to anxiety

  • An anxiety disorder can disrupt your life and make you feel helpless, but we can change that, using our three-step process.
  • Get the right diagnosis and a holistic anxiety treatment plan tailored to you
  • Manage your anxiety and improve your quality of life through specialist anxiety therapy. Your anxiety treatment plan may also include a prescription of medication, if necessary
  • Enjoy an improved social life, career and relationships without being held back by feelings of unrest or nervousness
  • We don’t just work with you to treat the symptoms; our holistic approach means you’ll have a better understanding of your anxiety and how to manage it moving forwards.

What is an anxiety disorder?

What’s the difference between regular anxiety and an anxiety disorder? Find out more about anxiety disorders and how they differ from everyday stress or worry.

What are the symptoms of anxiety?

Anxiety presents in different ways, and the symptoms you experience will depend on several factors. Here, we highlight the most common symptoms of anxiety disorders.

What anxiety treatment options are available?

At Psymplicity, we adopt a holistic approach that puts your wellbeing first. Firstly, we carry out a thorough diagnosis of your anxiety to learn more about your condition. From here, we’ll develop a tailored plan that takes your circumstances, medical history and any underlying conditions into account to ensure that you can leave intense anxiety in the past. 

Meet our anxiety specialists

Our anxiety psychologists have decades of combined experience in diagnosing and treating anxiety disorders and have practised in leading institutions in the UK and beyond. Experts in their field, they are dedicated to keeping up to date with all the latest developments in psychiatry to deliver the best care for you — because we know that the right treatment combination can be truly transformative.

What is an anxiety disorder?

Anxiety is a normal emotion, and we can all get anxious when tackling stressful situations. However, excessive anxiety about everyday situations could indicate that you have an anxiety disorder.

If you suffer from persistent worry or fear, or you experience regular episodes of intense anxiety, an anxiety disorder may be the culprit. Mild anxiety is frustrating, but for the most part, it’s manageable. However, severe anxiety — if left untreated — can hugely impact your daily life. For some, such intense anxiety can derail their social life and relationships with loved ones, and for others, it might hinder their professional or academic advancement. Whatever the impact, it prevents those with the disorder from leading a confident, happy life and performing to the best of their abilities. 

An anxiety “disorder” might sound troubling, but it’s far more prevalent than you may realise, affecting millions of people around the world. Fortunately, it’s also something that can be treated.

In some cases, we can treat anxiety without medication, instead recommending lifestyle changes that will help you manage your feelings. If high anxiety levels are preventing you from leading a normal life or you’re continually experiencing anxiety panic attacks, seeking anxiety therapy from a trained health professional could be a decision that will change your life for years, even decades to come.  

The exact cause of social phobia is unknown, but research suggests that it can be caused by a combination of environmental factors and genetics. If your close family member has an anxiety condition, you might be more likely to develop anxiety yourself, but negative experiences can also contribute, including bullying, family conflict or abuse.

Often, social anxiety is triggered by certain beliefs we have about ourselves. If you were criticised for not being “good enough” or “confident enough”, or you think this about yourself, you may develop social anxiety as a defense against being judged or failing.

What are the symptoms of an anxiety disorder?

Symptoms of anxiety can differ from person to person, as can their severity. Some people may display just one or two symptoms, while others suffer from more. While anxiety disorder typically affects mental health, it can also manifest in the form of physical symptoms.

The most common signs of anxiety disorder are:

At Psymplicity, we get it, and we’re here to help. Following a thorough assessment of your symptoms, including their frequency and duration, as well as your medical history, we can diagnose an anxiety disorder and help you to move forward with your life, free from the stress and fear it causes. We’re not only here to listen and understand; we’re here to help.

The Psymplicity approach to diagnosing and treating anxiety disorders

Diagnosing an anxiety disorder involves a series of tests to determine the severity of your condition. Psymplicity will suggest specific tests to analyse your symptoms before recommending an effective treatment plan. Your anxiety disorder diagnosis might include the following:

This process helps us work with you to understand the intensity of the condition you are suffering with, prepare a treatment plan and identify what the next steps in your journey to recovery will be — it’s everything you need under one roof.

Your anxiety disorder treatment plan

Following our in-depth assessment and subsequent anxiety disorder diagnosis, you’ll benefit from a personalised and balanced treatment approach that prioritises managing your symptoms and reducing the impact of the condition on your life.

Step One

To ensure a perfectly tailored treatment plan, we begin with a professional anxiety disorder diagnosis and produce a personalised assessment report, which you’re welcome to share with your GP.

Step Two

Our experts will evaluate your needs and create a treatment plan tailored to the specifics and severity of your condition. Treatment for an anxiety disorder can include psychotherapy or medication, and sometimes a combination of the two.

Step Three

Patients with anxiety disorders need ongoing care and support, which is why we recommend follow-up appointments for continued anxiety therapy and to review your progress.

Medication and psychotherapy for anxiety

After your anxiety disorder diagnosis, one of our trained mental health professionals will design a bespoke treatment plan based on the severity of your condition and its effect on your everyday life. Treatment for anxiety can include:


Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is the best form of psychotherapy for anxiety disorders, especially Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD). CBT involves speaking to our therapists about your anxiety symptoms and learning to identify what triggers them. We’ll also teach you effective tools and techniques you can use to reduce your anxiety and manage your fear, all while gently guiding you back on a path towards enjoying activities and situations that you previously avoided due to overwhelming anxiety.


There are many types of anxiety medication available, but many cases, anxiety can be treated without a prescription. After assessing your condition and closely monitoring your progress, your psychiatrist may decide to prescribe medication if they feel you will benefit from it.

Apart from the above treatments, you may also be encouraged to make lifestyle changes to reduce the intensity of your anxiety. These might include:

Meet our specialists in anxiety disorders

Our anxiety specialists are among the best in their field, having successfully treated the symptoms and underlying causes of anxiety disorders for many years. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all approach and that to provide the transformation so many of our clients enjoy requires a bespoke, holistic plan — one we’re confident you won’t find anywhere else.

Additional resources

What you need to know about Generalised Anxiety Disorder

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What you need to know about Social Anxiety Disorder

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Discover the symptoms of conditions like anxiety, depression, eating disorders and more along with how you can best support yourself or a loved one in our blog.

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Our pricing page includes a comprehensive breakdown of our pricing and fees. Whether you’re considering individual assessments or comprehensive packages, you’ll find detailed information to guide your decision-making process.

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Personalized Progress Tracking

Psymplicity provides tools for tracking your mental health progress and goals, empowering you to monitor your journey towards emotional well-being and make informed decisions about your treatment.

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Ongoing Support and Follow-Up

Your journey with Psymplicity doesn't end after your Initial Assessment. Receive ongoing support and follow-up care to ensure long-term success in managing your mental health and achieving your life goals.

Tailored Therapy Matchmaking

Psymplicity utilizes advanced algorithms to match users with the most compatible therapists based on their unique needs, preferences, and therapy goals.

Empowering Self-Help Resources

Psymplicity provides patients with access to a wealth of self-help resources, including articles and guided exercises, to support their journey.