Panic Attacks / Panic Disorder

If you live in Gloucestershire or Herefordshire and panic attacks are affecting your everyday life, we can help. Find out more about the services we offer below.

What are panic attacks?

A panic attack is a rush of intense anxiety and physical symptoms. If you have regular panic attacks, it may be a sign that you are suffering from panic disorder.

Find out more about panic attacks and panic disorder on the NHS website.

Getting help

If your mood is affecting your daily life, you should seek help as soon as possible.

Let’s talk can help

Let’s Talk is our Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service. We offer guidance, courses and talking therapies that give you the skills and techniques to manage difficult days, lift your mood and improve your overall wellbeing.

It is a free service and is there to listen, help and suggest the best way forward for you.

Access Let’s Talk

You can refer yourself to Let’s Talk by calling 0800 073 2200, or you can ask you GP to refer you.
For more information about the support available, please visit the Let's Talk website.

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Treatments for panic attacks and panic disorder

How we may help, and some of the treatments on offer.

If you have frequent panic attacks, it would be advisable to visit your GP as you may be suffering from panic disorder.

Treatment options for a panic disorder may include a combination of therapy and medication. Find out more about possible treatments on the NHS Choices website.

Our teams and services

Where to find us, and which services can help you.

Information for professionals

Notes on services, contacts and treatments for healthcare professionals.

Let's Talk is our Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service for patients registered with a GP in Gloucestershire.

Patients are able to self-refer; however Primary Health Care Professionals can refer patients to our service on their behalf.

Find out more about referring a patient to Let's Talk on our dedicated website

Let's Talk


News stories linked to panic disorders and related conditions.

Further help and support

Other organisations who can help or who partner with us.

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