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"It was not an easy decision to start CBT. I was sceptical that any form of therapy could cure my anxiety-induced blushing that had dominated my thoughts for years. So when I started my sessions at Efficacy, it was with some trepidation. It’s so strange remembering that now after my sessions have made such a vast improvement to my confidence. Things that would have petrified me before such as public speaking, I now enjoy. Although I still occasionally feel anxious, I have been given the tools to cope in an effective way. At times the work was challenging, but I came away every week feeling like I had achieved something, and was making real progress towards overcoming my anxiety. I now feel in control of my thoughts and feelings and generally far happier. I would recommend CBT at Efficacy to anyone." Anonymous May 2....
The GAD-7 is designed to facilitate the recognition for anxiety disorders. It is a national standard measure routinely used by GP's, Therapists and Psychiatrists as screening tools
Over last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by any of the following problems?
Not at all Several days More than half the days Nearly every day
Efficacious adj. capable of or successful in producing an intended result; effective. [C16: form L efficax powerful, efficient, from efficere to achieve] –efficacy or, efficaciousness n.
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