You're not alone with anxiety

Chloe Brotheridge says we should learn from anxiety, not fight against the feelings

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As a young woman, Chloe Brotheridge experienced panic attacks and increasing anxiety for almost ten years before she finally sought help. Now, as a hypnotherapist and author of The Anxiety Solution, she teaches others that they are not alone with anxiety. When normal nervous feelings get out of control, they are a sign that something else is wrong. Chloe says that we should learn from anxiety, float with those feelings rather than fight against them, and see it as an emotion that can be tamed.

Kirstie Hepburn

Head of Corporate and Educational Activities, Head Talks

Head Talks aims to provide you with knowledge, inspiration and a sense of community so you can create your own toolbox to fix and maintain mental health. We are all unique and find our inspiration and sense of wellbeing from many different sources. Each of our journeys is unique, whether it’s to recovery or simply feeling better in the world.