Anxiety Disorders

Public Speaking anxieties eliminated

I would just like to thank you for the unbelievable changes after our appointment last week. I’m so impressed by the results that I would like to have one more session with you just to reinforce everything implemented because I just can’t believe the change.

I will be passing on your details to other members for sure!

John Richardson aged 44 is an Ambulance Paramedic who came to see Steve for anxiety.


Steve thank you so much for everything; your

  • Kindness
  • Tolerance
  • Patience
  • Intelligence
  • Genius
  • Compassion
  • Determination

Joanne Dalton aged 28 years is school teacher that attended only 1 session for panic attacks

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders are a common occurrence.  In fact, according to Beyond Blue, one in four people are likely to suffer from an anxiety disorder at some stage of their lives.  An anxiety disorder is very different from stress.  Stress is regarded as a normal response to the stresses of life.  For example the stresses of having to meet deadlines at work, or manage a number of activities in daily life.  An anxiety disorder on the other hand is ongoing and frequent.  It can make it difficult to cope with day to day living.

Types of anxiety disorders (click any of the conditions below for more information)
• Phobias
• Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
• Post natal depression
• A general feeling of anxiety
• Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
• Panic Attacks

Post traumatic stress disorder is an anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to one or more terrifying events that threatened or caused grave physical harm. It is a severe and ongoing emotional reaction to an extreme psychological trauma. This stress may involve someone’s actual death, a threat to the patient’s or someone else life,  serious physical injury,  or threat to physical or psychological integrity,  overwhelming psychological defenses. In some cases it can also be from profound psychological and emotional trauma, apart from any actual physical harm. Often, however, the two are combined.