Treatment for anxiety, trauma, OCD & phobias

Are you looking for treatment for anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, OCD or PTSD ? Grey Matters Therapy offers quick, effective treatment for anxiety, trauma, OCD & phobias either face-to-face or online.

Help for trauma, anxiety, phobias and OCD

Do you need help for trauma, anxiety, phobias and OCD? Do you struggle with trauma, addiction, panic attacks, phobias, or fear? And are you looking for a treatment that is fast, gentle, and effective? If you are, Grey Matters Therapy can help you achieve results easily and quickly.

You may have tried other therapies, only to find these did not work. The people I see find freedom by resolving problems that hold them back without months or even years of treatment.

With a busy practice in central London and Blackheath SE3 or online via Zoom, I offer therapy that offers lasting change quickly, typically in 1-6 sessions.

Anxiety & Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is what you feel when you are worried, tense or afraid.

Worrying excessively about things that are about to happen or things you think COULD happen in the future.

Anxiety is a natural human response when you perceive that you are under threat. It can be experienced through your thoughts, feelings and physical sensations.

Anxiety can become a mental health problem if it impacts on your ability to live your life as fully as you want to.

Panic Attacks

A panic attack is when your body experiences a rush of intense mental and physical symptoms. It can come on very quickly and for no apparent reason.

Having a panic attack can be very distressing and frightening.

Symptoms include: a racing heartbeat, sweating, nausea, chest pain, difficulty breathing, trembling, hot flushes, shaky limbs, a choking sensation, dizziness, a feeling of dread or a fear of dying, a churning stomach, a tingling in your fingers, feeling like you’re disconnected from your body.

Phobias & Fears

A phobia is an excessive and irrational fear of something that’s unlikely to hurt you.

The word itself comes from the Greek word Phobos, which means fear or horror.

When you have a phobia, you experience intense fear of a certain object or situation with a deep sense of anxiety, panic or dread.


Depression is characterised by ‘going into yourself’, experiencing persistent sadness, hopelessness and a loss of interest in activities that you normally enjoy.

These feelings can persist for weeks, months or years and interfere with your work, social and family life.

Trauma & PTSD

Trauma is caused as a person experiences a traumatic event (an accident, assault, disaster, or act of terror) or a prolonged series of traumatic events (ongoing psychological, physical, and/or sexual abuse as a child or adult).


Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition that causes a person to experience a variety of symptoms that typically fall into one of two categories: ‘obsessions’ and/or ‘compulsions’.