Anxiety and panic attacks

Anxiety and panic attacks occur as a psycho-physical response to worry about an imminent danger that may not be connected to a real external stimulus.

Thanks to psychological accompaniment, it is possible to learn to recognize the symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks and bring out the origin in order to control this state of mind and put it at the service of one’s goals.


Specifically, anxiety is a state of agitation, fear that results in physiological symptoms such as:

  • increased blood pressure and heart rate;
  • excessive sweating;
  • nausea and chills.

Panic attacks

Panic attacks are in most cases characterized by an escalation of negative emotions / feelings limited to a short period of time, which is repeated over time and sometimes regardless of the context in which you are.

Through therapy it is possible to work on the ability to reflect and analyze circumstances in order to avoid rash behaviors.

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All areas of intervention covered

Through my dynamic-clinical approach I treat clinical and subclinical conditions, from the most conscious to those less integrated in my experience, with variable frequency of sessions according to the patient's needs.