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Whilst we strive to operate a normal service over the Easter period we will be closed over the weekend.

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Due to the upcoming Bank Holiday, our office and infoline will be closed on Monday 1st of May. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We will be open again on Tuesday 2nd May and our infoline will be open from the 9.30am-6.00pm, so please do get in touch if you would like to find…

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Anxiety UK secure prestigious accreditation programme for psychological therapies services (APPTS) Anxiety UK are delighted to announce that they have secured the prestigious Accreditation Programme for Psychological Therapies Services (APPTS) external accreditation. The APPTS accreditation recognises the hard work and commitment put in by Anxiety UK to deliver high standards of care to beneficiaries of…

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  Whether you’re single, entering into a budding new relationship, or in a long-term partnership, Valentine’s Day can leave many people feeling anxious. Social anxiety particularly, centres around the fear of being negatively perceived by those around you. If you find Valentine’s Day can be a bit of an anxious time, here are a few…

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  An exciting partnership between Anxiety UK and the Anxiety and Depression Association of America launches today! Here at Anxiety UK, we have long recognised the value of working with other organisations to pursue a common goal. Today we are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new partnership with the Anxiety and Depression Association of…

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  This Blue Monday we wanted to share a few tips about coping with anxiety. Blue Monday is great at helping raise awareness of mental health, but it’s important to remember that anxiety is not something that follows any kind of schedule. In fact, Anxiety is something which can affect us at any time of…

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1 – Don’t Over Indulge As tempted as we all get to “treat ourselves” over the festive period, it is important to remember the impact that food can have on our mood. Too much sugar and caffeine can cause us to peak and crash and often impacts on our emotions. 2- Drink Responsibly Many people…

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David Taylor the man who invented the Calm Keys explains in this short video how he designed them.   To purchase your own Calm Keys visit here or for a pack of five here with thanks to our colleagues at Torbay & South Devon NHS Foundation Trust.

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The Civil Aviation Authority has published new guidance for airports on providing assistance to people with hidden disabilities. The new guidance, informed by consultation with a wide range of stakeholders including Anxiety UK, provides advice for UK airports on how to comply with obligations under Regulation EC1107/2006 (concerning the rights of disabled persons and persons with…

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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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