Help for Anxiety
The majority of children with Autism, and particularly those with a demand avoidant profile (PDA), will suffer from high levels of anxiety. This can lead to times where the child, or young person, becomes so distressed that their behaviour can appear out of control, or they appear to be having what looks like a panic attack.
This can be extremely distressing for both the young person and their family.
At Help for Psychology we have extensive experience in working with both children and adults with Autism and can offer the following support at our Norwich Clinic:
Many adults with Autism continue to experience anxiety and self-
At Help for Psychology, we can offer one-
Unfortunately we do not offer an emergency or out of hours service.
Unless your sessions are commissioned by your local CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) or covered by insurance, we have to charge for our services. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
If you are in crisis you would need to approach your local Mental Health Crisis team or attend the Accident and Emergency Department of your local hospital.
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