It goes without saying that each person should have themselves checked out for their physical health - if they are on medication/the side effects with their health specialist. If everything is fine there, then we look at feelings and emotions and what has caused these.
I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Counsellor that has worked in a trauma and pain management clinic. I use lots of modalities within the hypnosis trance state. So I can validate TIR (Traumatic Incident Reduction) - a viewing process does work. Then for some people the Cinema viewing process of NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming), is kinder as it is more removed from the happening. But as has been mentioned, what if you don't know what the first and original trigger was that caused the happening? Then I would opt for one of the energy psychology treatments such as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), or EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing), plus there are a host of other therapies - Gestalt, Parts Therapy, Transactional Analysis/PAC and so forth. As a hypnotherapist I use all these in the trance state, where the roots of your feelings and emotions come from. I mention all the above as people are often not aware that these things exist, and as a rule, you would not get a referral from a GP for these. Same as has been mentioned by Stephen Lockley above I have a number of video's on my website where clients have kindly allowed me to share their thoughts about their therapy - a few of which cover anxiety.
The thing to remember is that mostly the event that originally caused the panic is over, so all we are really doing is releasing this stuck energy from that event, which when released is no longer a problem. Fear of failure is a big thing when it comes to Uni, however if you have done your homework, you will remember enough to get a pass mark. Speaking infront of people was a huge issue for me - there was a reason. There always is. Finding the right therapy for you is a case of trial and error, there are many things in life that work exactly the same way.
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