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Anxiety UK News Section

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The inaugural recipients of the Katherine and Harold Fisher Anxiety Research Fund has published the findings from its research. Supported via donations from Anxiety UK supporters, members and fundraisers, the fund’s first project saw Anxiety UK commission the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) to find out more about how people with anxiety use peer support….

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Anxiety UK is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Kalms to offer a 20% discount on new Kalms Lavender One-A-Day Capsules, exclusively for Anxiety UK members. The code is valid for purchases made via www.kalmsrange.com Contact membership@anxietyuk.org.uk or call 08444 775 774* for further information. Kalms Lavender One-A-Day Capsules is a traditional…

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Please note that our offices will be closed on Tuesday, 08/11/2016, out of respect for our late founder Harold Fisher, whose funeral will be held on this day. This will mean that there will be no infoline running, which includes both the RAFBF and PHA lines. However, email support will still be available and will…

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It is with deep regret that Anxiety UK announces the passing of our founder Harold Fisher who died peacefully on Thursday 27th October 2016. Harold was a truly inspirational man who helped thousands of people through his selfless work with the ‘Phobics Society’, which later became ‘National Phobics Society’ – now known as Anxiety UK….

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Last week was World Mental Health Day and so we decided to get some of our experts and supporters to host discussions around various aspects of anxiety. We started off with Dr Sam Cartwright-Hatton, Anxiety UK Clinical Advisor and expert on anxiety in children. Currently, she’s working on intervention with families of anxious children, so…

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5 tips to help you thrive – a guest post by Georgia Mai There are a few things you need to get in order before moving away to university. Doing these few things prior to moving will take a lot of pressure off you! Firstly, I recommend that you visit your university before you move….

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Yesterday, the Anxiety UK staff, along with two members of our Board of Trustees and one of our Clinical Advisors, met with the Institute of Mental Health. The Institute of Mental Health were the first recipients of our Katharine and Harold Fisher Research Grant and have conducted some research around Peer Support. We will release…

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13:15 Update: We are now back online! Please allow time for our infoline volunteers to respond to your emails and texts. Thank you for your patience! Due to a storm, in which the Anxiety UK office was struck by lightning, we currently have no available support services. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and are…

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Most of us are still holding out for a few more weeks of summer but let’s not pretend we haven’t seen a few sneaky selection boxes on the supermarket shelves – there are only 17 Saturdays between now and Christmas. Log fires, mulled wine, mince pies, turkey and TV and whether we thank our nans,…

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