Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Worry is a common experience, but when it becomes regular and is about a range of things over which we have little control, it can start to have a negative impact on our lives.
GAD describes the experience of someone who feels anxious most of the time, tends to fear the worst might happen in a range of situations (e.g. finances, the welfare of loved ones, personal health) and whose anxiety affects their work and home life. Living with such a high level of worry can lead people to feel irritable and tense and have difficulties with sleep and concentration.
You can find out more about GAD by looking at our resources page.
If you would like support in relation to GAD, we offer a range of evidence based treatment options as recommended by the NICE guidelines. To request an assessment from a member of our therapy team, click here.
Last updated: 17 May, 2013