“Many different reasons contribute to people’s anxieties. They’ve been in a crash, or someone they know has been. They might have been sick. They’ve lost their confidence.” Ingrid says.
Often the collision was not their fault, nor could they have done anything to prevent it. But knowing intellectually doesn’t make the feelings go away, Ingrid explains. “The important thing is how you feel about the crash, not how serious it was”. Good therapists understand this, and Ingrid often gets referrals from occupational therapists, psychologists, doctors, and lawyers