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Panic Attack Treatment - Therapist  in Rickmansworth Hertfordshire and Essex

Anxiety & Panic Attack Relief at BestofmeNLP with NLP, Hypnotherapy, Life Coaching and Timeline Therapy

The Panic to Peace Clinic at BestOfMeNLP is a specialised facility by Raina Kalhan, dedicated to helping individuals overcome anxiety and panic attacks. We help you overcome the root causes of anxiety, gain a comprehensive understanding of your symptoms, learn to effectively manage panic attacks, conquer the fear of recurring episodes and impart self-help tips. Our mission is to guide you from panic to lasting peace. Our objective goes beyond immediate panic attack prevention; we aim to cultivate lasting resilience, ensuring your enduring mental well-being.

What is a panic attack and How to differentiate it from anxiety?


Anxiety is a general state of excessive worry and fear, while panic attacks are sudden and intense episodes of fear and discomfort, typically peaking within minutes. It can be accompanied by a range of distressing physical and emotional symptoms.

Panic attacks can happen regularly and at any time, often for no apparent reason. While panic attacks are not life-threatening, they can feel overwhelming and debilitating.

What is a panic attack?
What do panic attacks feel like?

Common Symptoms of Panic Attacks:

  1. Rapid Heartbeat: Your heart races, pounding in your chest.

  2. Shortness of Breath: You may experience a sensation of breathlessness or feel like you're suffocating.

  3. Sweating: Profuse sweating, often accompanied by cold or clammy skin.

  4. Trembling or Shaking: Uncontrollable shaking or trembling of the body.

  5. Chest Pain or Discomfort: A feeling of tightness or pain in the chest, often mistaken for a heart attack.

  6. Dizziness or Lightheadedness: A sensation of spinning or feeling faint.

  7. Nausea or Stomach Upset: Nausea, stomach cramps, or digestive discomfort.

  8. Chills or Hot Flashes: Sudden changes in body temperature, resulting in chills or hot flashes.

  9. Fear of Losing Control: A profound sense of losing control or going insane.

  10. Fear of Dying: An overwhelming fear of impending death or doom.

We genuinely empathise with the challenges you're facing. It's essential to acknowledge that reaching out for help is an incredibly brave and commendable decision – you've shown remarkable courage.

Always remember, you absolutely have the inner strength to overcome this and discover the peace and healing you're seeking.

My goal is not just to help you manage panic attacks but to empower you with tools that lead to lasting change. 

I am here to listen, to guide and to support you every step of the way.

Raina Kalhan

How do we help at the clinic?

At the Panic to Peace Clinic, you can expect a comprehensive and personalised approach to addressing your anxiety and panic attacks.


Through in-depth conversations, we'll identify your specific triggers and thought patterns contributing to your anxiety. We'll use evidence-based techniques, including Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), to rewire negative thought patterns and help you gain better control over your reactions.


You'll learn stress management and relaxation techniques, as well as anchoring methods to replace fear with calmness. Our goal is to not only prevent immediate panic attacks but also to build your long-term resilience, ensuring sustained mental well-being.


We provide ongoing support and create a safe, confidential and supportive environment where you can openly discuss your challenges and work toward overcoming them.

You can get help not only for panic attacks but also for all types of anxiety

Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), specific phobia, social phobia, separation anxiety, agoraphobia and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Raina Kalhan Best of me NLP

Believe that you have the strength within you to overcome this, and believe in the partnership we'll build together.

Your journey to healing and growth has already begun, and I'm excited to witness the incredible progress you'll make.

Remember, you are not defined by your panic attacks; they are just a part of your story. Together, we'll rewrite that story and create a path towards a brighter, calmer future.

With warmth and understanding,
Raina Kalhan

Raina Kalhan


What is the main goal of the Anxiety/Panic Attack Clinic?

Our primary goal is to empower you with tools to manage and overcome anxiety and panic attacks. We focus on removing the root cause, building resilience, developing coping mechanisms and promoting a sense of control for any future difficulties that may arise

Can the clinic help with both the emotional and physical aspects of anxiety?

Absolutely. Our clinic takes a holistic approach, addressing mental, emotional and physical aspects of anxiety and panic attacks to promote overall wellbeing.

Can I benefit from the clinic if I have social anxiety or specific phobias?

Absolutely. Our clinic caters to various anxiety-related challenges, including social anxiety, specific phobias, and more.

Can the clinic help with different types of anxiety?

Yes, we support individuals dealing with various forms of anxiety, including generalised anxiety, social anxiety, public speaking anxiety, specific phobias, and more.

How many sessions are typically needed to see results?

The number of sessions varies based on individual needs and progress. Some individuals experience positive changes relatively quickly, while others may benefit from ongoing support.

Is the Anxiety/Panic Attack Clinic suitable for both men and women?

Yes, absolutely. The Anxiety/Panic Attack Clinic is designed to provide support for individuals of all genders. Anxiety and panic attacks can affect anyone, regardless of gender, and our clinic's strategies and techniques are tailored to address the needs of both men and women.

Can the clinic help individuals of all ages?

We provide support for adults, teenagers and young adults dealing with anxiety and panic attacks. Our approaches are adapted to suit different age groups.

Is the clinic a safe and supportive environment?

Yes, our clinic provides a safe and supportive space for you to openly discuss your challenges, fears, and experiences. We aim to create an atmosphere where you feel understood and valued.

How does the clinic ensure confidentiality?

Client confidentiality is a top priority. All information shared during sessions is treated with the utmost respect and privacy. W adhere to strict ethical standards to ensure your information remains confidential.

 How can I determine if the clinic's services are right for me?

If you're dealing with anxiety or panic attacks that impact your daily life, our clinic's services may be beneficial for you. We recommend reaching out for a free 30-minute pre-consultation to discuss your challenges and learn more about how we can assist you.

Are the clinic's techniques evidence-based?

Yes, our strategies are firmly rooted in well-established and evidence-based therapeutic approaches. Our clinic specialises in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnotherapy, Time Line Therapy and Life Coaching, which have all demonstrated effectiveness in managing and alleviating anxiety and panic attacks. These techniques are thoughtfully combined and customised to best meet your individual needs.

How Can I Get Started with the Anxiety/Panic Attack Clinic?

Initiating your path toward managing anxiety and conquering panic attacks is simple. Reach out to us by calling +44 7824 772 607. We're available to answer any further queries you may have and guide you through the process. You can also take advantage of our complimentary 30-minute pre-consultation or book an appointment directly by using the below link. Your well-being is our priority and we're here to assist you every step of the way.


  1. Reach Out: Don't hesitate to share your feelings with a trusted friend, family member, counselor, or health professional. Having someone to talk to can provide valuable support.

  2. Practice Calming Techniques: Engage in calming breathing exercises to help regulate your emotions and reduce anxiety. Simple techniques like deep breathing can make a significant difference.

  3. Stay Active: Incorporate regular physical activity into your routine, such as jogging, walking, swimming or yoga. Exercise can aid in relaxation and positively impact your mood.

  4. Prioritise Sleep: Create a conducive sleep environment and adopt healthy sleep habits. Quality sleep is essential for managing anxiety and maintaining overall wellbeing.

  5. Access Resources: Explore resources that can aid your mental wellbeing, such as free mental health audio guides or support groups. These can provide valuable insights and strategies.



  1. Avoid Overwhelm: Set achievable goals and avoid overwhelming yourself by trying to tackle everything at once. Break tasks into smaller, manageable steps.

  2. Shift Focus: Instead of dwelling on uncontrollable aspects, channel your time and energy into activities that promote well-being and self-improvement.

  3. Face Fears Gradually: While it's natural to avoid anxiety-inducing situations, challenge yourself to gradually face them. Incrementally spending time in these situations can help reduce anxiety over time.

  4. Remember You're Not Alone: Remind yourself that experiencing anxiety or fear is common. You're not alone, and many people go through similar feelings at some point in their lives.

  5. Avoid Unhealthy Coping: Refrain from using substances like alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, or drugs as a means to alleviate anxiety. These substances can have negative effects on your mental health.

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