Anxiety Care UK
Living Well Resource Centre
372 Chadwell Heath Lane
07552 877 219
Anxiety Care UK is a community organization based in East London/Essex area, run by trained Recovery Support Workers. We provide a variety of services, helping people to recover from anxiety.
We run Groups and Workshops facilitated by our Recovery Support Workers to provide information, support and structure to aid your recovery.
For those who do not live locally we have a Recovery Information Email Service where a Recovery Support Worker will give support and guidance on specific anxiety problems (email@example.com)
We also have Counseling and E-counseling Services for those who may need more individual help with their issues.
Training, qualifications & experience
All volunteers are trained in working with Anxiety and CBT techniques regardless of any previous Qualifications.
Any counselors will have appropriate qualifications and be a member of the BACP.
Member organisations *
Areas of counselling we deal with
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Panic disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
Anxiety Care UK is a non-profit organization that relies on donations to continue its work.
Mutual Support Group, Monday - excluding Bank holidays. Doors Open 6.45pm. Facilitated Session starts at 7pm until 8.30pm. Living Well Resource Centre, Chadwell Heath. (Attendees are asked to make a £3 donation if they are able.)
Structured Recovery Evening Sessions, held on Tuesdays.
Each booked 30-minute 1-1 session is goal focused, using the time to concentrate your thinking and behaviour towards a less anxious way of being.To book your place Email us, call us on 07552 877219, visit our Facebook page and private message or come along to our Mutual Support Group on Monday.
Face to Face Counseling (Via Monday Group.)
This service is designed to complement the work done within the groups. We acknowledge that some issues may not be appropriate for group work and we have designed this service to help with this. It is hoped that by raising self-awareness in the group, it will help clients make better use of the counselling sessions allowing them to be more focused about their needs and goals (if any). This also helps provide support before and after the counselling sessions as well as if there is a break in counselling for any reason, such as illness or holidays."
e-Counselling Service: £10 per email. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Recovery information: Queries answered and advice provided by trained recovery support workers at email@example.com
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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