Anxiety Ireland

Workplace Webinars on anxiety are a great way to deliver accessible and practical mental health presentations to your staff.

Workplace Webinars on anxiety are a great way to deliver accessible and practical mental health presentations to your staff.

Anxiety Webinars

Michael Ledden our founder delivers workplace webinars that explore the important differences between fear, stress and anxiety. The aim is to increase awareness and understanding of anxiety – what it is, its common triggers and symptoms, and its potential impact on our daily lives. By shedding light on this often-misunderstood topic, we hope to reduce stigma and foster empathy and support for those experiencing anxiety. The workplace webinars also provide take away strategies to reduce the impact of stress and anxiety on our lives and work.

Michael Ledden
Workplace Webinar

Anxiety Webinars

Are your staff dealing with change, increased anxiety or excess stress? Workplace webinars can be tailored to discuss what is facing your management team or wider organisation.  Michael will talk to you about what is going on with your team and help you to define the key drivers of anxiety among your employees. The workplace webinars can then be tailored for your team, made interactive with key anxiety management skills imparted. Previous recipients of webinars include An Bord Pleneala, Insomnia Coffee, Bolder Media and Ernest and Young.

Anxiety Webinars

To book a workplace webinar please feel free to email our founder Michael at info@anxietyireland.ie. Webinars typically last one hour but can be tailored to suit your team. Some webinars may be recorded for those who miss it or for future review by staff. Get in touch today to learn more.

Workplace Webinar

Aware Webinar

For Aware’s April 2024 webinar they were joined Michael Ledden, Psychotherapist and Founder of Anxiety Ireland who offered professional insights, and Darragh O’Boyle who shared his lived experience story. This webinar is moderated by Dr Susan Brannick, Clinical Director at Aware.

Getting Help

Thousands of people in Ireland suffer in silence with many kinds of difficulties yet general anxiety is probably one of the most widespread issues. General anxiety doesn’t become a huge debilitating problem overnight but over time it digs itself into us so that we’re paralysed. Often when we really notice it, it has really set in and we can feel like we’ve gone crazy.

Early intervention or even crisis intervention counselling/psychotherapy is way of giving sufferers back control over their thoughts and ultimately how they feel. Anxiety Ireland has fully trained counselors nationwide on standby to assist you in taking back control of these problems. Our network of counselors are working online and over the phone so they can be free to reach you where you are located.

“It felt like I was seeing the world in black and white… like I was wearing dark glasses that constantly cast a shadow on everything I could see. All the colour and happiness in my life had been sucked away by the GAD and depression which had consumed my life. I felt like I could never break free and that I would be stuck in this miserable existence for the rest of my life.”
Anonymous

“I thought I was going mad. No one else around me seemed to understand what I was going though. I felt so alone. I couldn’t seem to stop worrying about everything. I knew in my head it didn’t make sense, but nothing I could do would stop the thoughts that kept coming into my head and driving me crazy.”
Anonymous

“For me anxiety feels like a fear that I’m gonna mess up. Fear that I won’t be able to equal what others do with ease (looks like they do it with ease anyway!). An irritable kind of feeling… fearing that I’m not going to be able to handle things. This made me feel things must be a certain way or going right. If not, I get out of my comfort zone and am therefore in a ‘un-safe zone’.”
Anonymous

Schedule Appointment

Many people live and suffer with anxiety every day. Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) are proven ways to combat anxiety and related issues.