Do you or someone you love have anxiety that is not apparent to others? Maybe you have become good at masking it or pushing it aside. That’s why it’s best to get yourself a health anxiety psychologist to make you understand how this develops and how you can cope with it.
Perhaps you are considered a good performer or a high achiever in your chosen field of work. That’s the great part. However, you struggle with this hidden anxiety. When this happens, often burnout is a consequence, may it be at your workplace or even at home.
Before further effects happen, it’s important that you can attend a stress and anxiety workshop that can help you prevent high-functioning anxiety – especially in places you can’t expect it to occur.
UNDERSTANDING HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY
Since high-functioning anxiety is not an illness recognised by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), which gives diagnostic criteria for mental disorders, high-functioning anxiety is not a diagnosis. As a result, it doesn’t have a lot of study or material available. Instead, the term high-functioning anxiety refers to someone who has anxiety but has good daily life management.
The workshop is designed for those who think they have anxiety, or their team member’s colleagues going through problems. It is also suitable for people who struggle with relaxing easily and have difficulty switching off.
Dr Gunapu will bring his vast experience and provide his insight on how to address high-functioning anxiety in Australia through a user-friendly format with pragmatic strategies to overcome it.
HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY VS. OTHER FORMS OF ANXIETY
Typically, a person with high-functioning anxiety may seem polished and successful on the surface, but on the inside, they may be anxious, stressed out, or have obsessive thoughts.
Anxiety disorders come in a variety of forms and display themselves in various ways. According to the National Alliance for Mental Health, the following are some of the most typical kinds:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Panic disorders
- Social Anxiety Disorder
Speak with your doctor if you haven’t received a mental disease diagnosis, such as anxiety, but you recognise the symptoms or traits. A trusted medical provider can offer support and send you to a health anxiety psychologist for evaluation.
The program is designed for people who believe they may have anxiety or whose teammates are having issues. People who find it difficult to unwind and relax easily should attend this class.
Dr Gunapu provides both inpatient and outpatient care for a variety of psychiatric diseases. He is very interested in treating anxiety and mood problems. In addition, Medico-Legal Opinion and Reporting are a part of Dr Gunapu’s profession. He is familiar with the problems that arise when law and medicine collide.
CONSULT WITH US
Our psychologists and psychiatric professionals in Australia are aware of the difficulties you are facing.
My Mindspeak offers a free, no-obligation initial consultation before recommending you to a stress and anxiety workshop in Australia. We would like to speak with you for the sake of your peace of mind.