Support for Exam Stress
If you or your child or teenager is suffering from excessive exam stress our team will be able to help.
Most people experience some degree of exam stress and feeling stressed is a natural response to pressure. But too much can become overwhelming and can affect their performance and create physical and emotional issues.
The symptoms of exam stress can be lack of concentration, nausea, loss of confidence, insomnia or feelings of panic and anxiety. It can also affect eating habits and relationships as well as making them feel depressed or unusually bad tempered or even self-harm. In older students it can make them drink or smoke too much or use drugs.
If you recognise some of these symptoms and you require treatment for yourself or your child or teenager's exam stress please do call us on 0203 326 9160 and we can arrange for you or your child to see one of our specialists.
How can we help with exam stress?
- We have a team of very experienced therapists, psychologists and educational psychologists who are able to provide expert help and support.
- They will be able to discuss the underlying issues and provide coping strategies for dealing with the stress.
- Our Educational Psychologists are also able to offer assessments to understand if additional support is required or if there are learning and developments issues hindering you or your child.
- We can help you work with the school or higher education team to provide additional support if needed.
If you are seeking treatment for exam stress please call us on 0203 326 9160 and we can arrange a consultation with one of our Partners.