Anxiety Management

Finding calm in your hectic world.


Is anxiety and stress ruining your life? 

If so, then you’re not alone. Anxiety is one of the most common medical conditions, and in today’s fast-paced world it’s more prevalent than ever.

What would you do if you could finally break free of these feelings?


how it would feel to wake up without the knot of dread in your stomach at the beginning of each day…

the freedom you’d have to manage situations like trains, supermarkets and social events…

and the satisfaction of reaching your full potential in your work and social life.

 Help is at hand.

If anxiety is blighting your life, the good news is that there’s lots which can be done.


Our experts have developed a specific Anxiety Management programme for people just like you.

Using the latest thinking, they’ll show you how anxiety arises and develop personalised solutions to bring calm back to your life.

  • Clinical strategies to try out straight away

  • Learn techniques for every situation

  • Create a mind-set for lasting recovery

Call us now in complete confidence on 0345 11 22 300 to book your place. The programme is available at an all-inclusive price of £595, including six hours of small-group workshops, plus an initial one-to-one goal-setting meeting.

Here’s how it works.

The nitty-gritty of what you’ll be doing.


Over four consecutive Thursday evenings, you’ll meet for ninety minutes per session and progress through a carefully-planned syllabus.

These are some of the key points you’ll cover:


Getting to know your anxiety better. What is anxiety? Why do we get anxious? Where did it come from, and how embedded is it in your life?


How we inadvertently feed anxiety and keep it going. You’ll learn how to manage panic attacks and anxiety flare-ups.


Daily strategies to ease anxiety, looking at obstacles which might be holding you back and creating mind-sets for lasting recovery.


Living life with all your new skills, relapse prevention strategies and future fears. Importantly, how to avoid falling back into anxious spirals.

A place where everyone understands.

Feel right at home in your very own safe haven of friendship, tranquillity and support.


One of the great things about a group programme is that you’ll be working with other people who all know what you’re going through, because they’re there themselves.

Straight away, you have the reassurance of knowing that you’re not alone … and with a maximum of only six participants per group, the vibe is always safe, intimate and supportive.

Sessions take place at Esher Groves Private Clinic - a calming, tranquil oasis of wellbeing. A place where the physical environment becomes an integral part of the overall treatment experience.


Initial personalised goal-setting

Prior to starting the programme, you’ll have an hour-long one-to-one session with Sanj, the group facilitator.

Together, you’ll develop a clear picture of the impact that anxiety is having on your life, and formulate goals for what you’d like to achieve from attending the programme.

You’ll also be inducted into how groups, work, confidentiality guidelines and how to get the most from the process.

Groups plus one-to-one sessions

The Anxiety Management programme sits perfectly alongside any one-to-one therapy sessions you may also be having.

People often find that the combination of groups and one-to-one treatment helps to target anxiety from as many angles as possible, and both types of treatment bring something different to the treatment journey.

For more information, ask your present therapist, or consider linking in with one of the team of independent practitioners based at Esher Groves.

Sanj - your guide for the journey

Our programme is delivered by Sanj Parhar, a rising star in the field of mental wellbeing.

After graduating with a degree and a prestigious award in Psychology, Sanj has gone on to work in both the NHS and Priory group, and is presently juggling clinical duties with studying for a PhD at Roehampton University.

Sanj is a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), and as well as experience of running a variety of group sessions, he has conducted clinical research together with activities as varied as public speaking training and international trauma assistance.

 Safe to say, you’ll be in good hands…

More about The Academy of Mental Fitness

We all have levels of physical fitness, and it’s the same with mental fitness.

 At The Academy of Mental Fitness, we’re on a mission to make looking after your mental fitness as normal as going for a run or eating your five a day.

 Think of us as a gym for the mind. Somewhere to connect, mingle and be well. A healthy space to learn expert skills to navigate life effectively.

 We’re a unique community focused on exploring the possibilities of everything you can be. It’s all about empowerment, curiosity, fitness and fun. Welcome!

Also coming in January 2019…

Unlocking yoga

Free your body, quiet your mind

Focused and personalised, our yoga sessions are perfect for an individual or a couple. You’ll be guided through a specially-created overview of the principles of yoga, putting into practice some of the core philosophies and learning how best to incorporate these into your daily life.

Now recognised by Aviva!

If you have private medical insurance with Aviva healthcare, our programme may be reimbursed as part of your policy. Please ask the team at Aviva for further details.


Esher Groves
Private Clinic

Church Street
Esher, Surrey
KT10 8QS

0345 11 22 300

Fax 01372 468643


Pay-and-display parking is located within a ten minute walk of the clinic, in Claremont Lane (A244) and off the High Street, next to the Elmbridge Borough Council offices (indicated as Elmbridge Museum on the accompanying map).



Let’s get started.

Sitting on a problem never makes it go away. Call us now in complete confidence or send an enquiry to learn more and book your place.

Phone: 0345 11 22 300

We’d love to hear from you, so please drop us a line and one of our team will be back in touch within a working day. Alternatively, give us a call during office hours.

Please note that we're unable to provide emergency input, so if you're feeling in need of immediate treatment, please contact your GP or local A&E service.

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