How to help an employee with an anxiety disorder

“You’ve identified that something isn’t right, but you can’t put your finger on it.”

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For Dr Brockis, it is then time to just step in and inquire ‘how are you?’ and ‘is everything alright?’

In other words, it’s about asking those open-ended questions and acknowledging that it is a difficult time.

“If you show genuine interest in the person, they are much more likely to feel safe to open up and say, ‘actually I am finding it hard at the moment’.”