Welcome to The Panic Room ® part of the School Of Anxiety
My name is Joshua Fletcher, also known as AnxietyJosh on social media, and I am a psychotherapist specialising in working with anxiety and panic, as well as authoring three popular best-selling books on the subject and hosting The Panic Pod podcast.
UNTANGLE YOUR ANXIETY – OUT NOW!
Untangle your Anxiety hit best-selling status on the first day of its launch. Co-written by the wonderful and knowledgable Dean Stott of Instagram’s largest anxiety community, DLC Anxiety, this book is an essential tool to aid you in recovering from an anxiety disorder.
About Joshua Fletcher
I live and grew up in Manchester, UK. I was once diagnosed with crippling anxiety, suffering from panic attacks, agoraphobia, health anxiety and generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), as well as intrusive thoughts, obsessive compulsive behaviours and all the other fun stuff that comes with a nasty anxiety condition.
Eventually, after much learning and work, I overcame this excessive anxiety, wrote two books on the subject, studied it in depth and now I am a fully qualified psychotherapist who works with people who are going through similar things, as well as their own experiences unique to them.
I am registered with the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and also an Anxiety UK approved therapist. I obtained my MSc in Counselling Psychology with distinction at Keele University in 2017 and followed this with studying a PGCert in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at Salford University.
I work with anxiety by combining the modalities of humanistic and cognitive & behavioural theory, something that I am really passionate about. I continue to study the field of anxiety and disordered anxiety to be the best practitioner I can be.
Best Selling Anxiety Books
Best selling anxiety and panic attack books written by The Panic Rooms’s Joshua Fletcher
Anxiety Panicking about Panic is a revolutionary, self-help book for people who suffer from the various symptoms of anxiety. The book acts as an informative guide and draws from the experiences of author and counsellor, Joshua Fletcher, who lived with anxiety disorder for years before successfully overcoming the condition.
The book is tailored for people who are: experiencing panic attacks, feeling abnormally anxious, ruminating about health, anticipating further panic attacks and questioning why anxiety is present in the first place. Anxiety Panicking about Panic provides quick, easy to access advice and practical strategies, which aim to educate the reader to simplify their world of anxiety in order to successfully tackle it.
This book is particularly tailored for people who can associate with the conditions of:- Anxiety- Anxiety Disorder- Generalized Anxiety- Panic Disorder- Agoraphobia- Health Anxiety- Panicking for no reason- Panic Attacks (and anxiety about them happening again)
Do you suffer from anxiety and panic? So did Joshua Fletcher, the author of the self-published bestseller ANXIETY: PANICKING ABOUT PANIC – but he treated his own condition successfully, went back to school, became a counsellor and emerged as one of the country’s leading experts.
ANXIETY: PRACTICAL ABOUT PANIC is a complete, easy to read and hugely practical book about anxiety from someone who knows how to recover and live your life to the full – and will show you how. Concentrating on the actions that you can take to alleviate and overcome your worries, this book is all about you and what you need to do to improve your life.
The Panic Pod
The Panic Pod is a podcast about anxiety by best-selling author, Psychotherapist and previous sufferer, Joshua Fletcher. Each episode focuses on the topic of anxiety, with a tailored focus towards panic attacks, stress-related anxiety, social anxiety, the literature surrounding the psychology of anxiety and insights from special guests who have been invited to the show.
Each show is conducted in a warm and friendly manner, with emphasis on the power of psychoeducation, humour and reflection to help engage the audience in a topic that remains unmentionable to many people.
As a previous sufferer of an anxiety disorder, Joshua believes that an accepting, warm and relaxed approach to the topic is best suited to normalising a subject which he believes can go some way to helping others reach out for help.