NOSA is a specialist service set up to help people overcome anxiety problems using evidence-based psychological therapies (therapies proven to work through research and clinical trials). We are a dedicated team of clinical practitioners, who previously worked together at the Centre for Specialist Psychological Treatments of Anxiety and Related Problems at the University of Bath (which closed in October 2019). We are a not-for-profit organisation

As a specialist service we seek to deliver therapy in the most flexible and innovative ways possible. This may mean delivering therapy in the home and/or community, rather than asking people to attend a clinic. We tailor our therapy packages to suit the needs of the patients we work with.  

Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

NOSA continues to accept referrals and conduct therapeutic work during the coronavirus pandemic. We are committed to doing all we can to keep our patients, staff and wider community safe. We are therefore working to risk assessments and procedures based on the latest government guidance. This does not automatically rule out face-to-face contact but we are also offering alternative options, including online and

telephone therapy.

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Not surprisingly, the current pandemic has resulted in an increase in the amount of people experiencing anxiety problems, as well as an increase in the severity of symptoms experienced by those already suffering. If this includes you, we can help. Please contact us for more information.