Pro Physio, Elford House, 6A Elford StreetAshby de la Zouch, Leics, LE65 1HH
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07749 921431
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Pro Physio, Elford House, 6A Elford Street Ashby de la Zouch, Leics, LE65 1HH
07749 921431 andrea@pathfindingtherapy.co.uk

Bereavement

Bereavement Counselling If you have experienced the death of someone who was very important to you, you might be finding it very difficult to adjust to the immense changes happening in your life right now. Grief can shake everything up –...

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Stress

Stress Almost everyone experiences stress from time to time, and while a small amount of stress can motivate us, too much or prolonged stress can be damaging to both our physical and mental health. There are many things in life that can cause...

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Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety Disorder Many people get nervous or self-conscious on occasion, like when giving a speech or interviewing for a new job. But social anxiety, or social phobia, is more than just shyness or occasional nerves. With social anxiety...

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Sexual Problems

Sex problems If you are experiencing sex problems, you will probably be feeling very alone and helpless. Shame, fear and embarrassment are other common emotions felt by people living with sexual dysfunction, and many will suffer for months, even...

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Self-Esteem

Low self-esteem Self-esteem is how you think and feel about yourself; this may be positive, negative or move between the two points. This usually dictates how you live your life and the decisions you make – and how you view others too. The more...

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Depression

Depression If you have depression, you will experience a low mood for a long period of time. Unlike the occasional bout of feeling sad, it will affect your daily life and make it hard for you to find enjoyment in day-to-day activities. Some days...

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Anxiety

Anxiety Anxiety is used to describe feelings of worry, fear and unease. Typically, it incorporates both the emotional and physical sensations we experience when worried or nervous. Anxiety is related to the ‘fight or flight’ response and, while...

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