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    I'm a year 11 student now and began having pretty bad panic attacks at the start of year 10. Recently they started getting a lot worse and i want to speak to someone about it, i wanted to speak to a teacher but i'm not sure which teacher (i don't want a counsellor) and how to speak to them about it?
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    (Original post by rosie_richards)
    I'm a year 11 student now and began having pretty bad panic attacks at the start of year 10. Recently they started getting a lot worse and i want to speak to someone about it, i wanted to speak to a teacher but i'm not sure which teacher (i don't want a counsellor) and how to speak to them about it?
    Any teacher (preferably one that you know well and trust) would be fine to speak to about this. Just tell them the situation and they should understand and give you suggestions about what to do next. Please do be aware though that it's very possible you'll be referred to a councillor since unlike teachers, they're specifically trained to deal with issues like this.
 
 
 
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