20 Best UK Anxiety Podcasts of 2021

May 17, 2021

Are you wanting to learn more about uk anxiety? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best uk anxiety podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

Best UK Anxiety Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

The Mindset Changing Podcast

  • Publisher: Paul Sheppard
  • Total Episodes: 95

Change your mindset, change your life. How can you change your mindset for lasting change? I will share you with the tools, strategies, and perspectives which can help you boost confidence, motivation, energy, relaxation and feel happier with life. This podcast will especially help anyone who is suffering from anxiety, stress, depression and feels lost at how they can help themselves get better. I have suffered from anxiety now specialize in treating clients from my clinic based in Hove in the UK.

Tails from the Dog House: Separation Anxiety Explained

  • Publisher: Tails From The Dog House
  • Total Episodes: 23

Everything you need to know about Separation Anxiety in dogs and how to fix it. Three global specialists from Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States discuss all things related to Separation Anxiety. Join Stacey Bell from Focused Fun in the US (www.focusedfun.net), Ness Jones from Separation Anxiety In Dogs Decoded in Australia (bit.ly/nessjones) & Sarah McLaren from Separation Anxiety Solutions in the UK (www.separationanxietysolutions.com) as they delve into the dos and don’ts of training a dog to feel safe and comfortable when left home alone!


  • Publisher: Heirs Magazine
  • Total Episodes: 29

Navigating life as a Christian in the UK? Join Jonny and Leeza as they chat about what we’re all thinking, to keep you going with Jesus. In Heirs Magazine’s usual light-hearted tone, we’re talking about what everyone else is talking about but asking about the difference Jesus makes. Exploring questions from ordinary life and wider culture, Heirs is the podcast to make sense of all the tests and tensions we face together as believers in 21st Century Britain, so that you can feel confident in your faith in Jesus. Wondering how the Bible connects with what you’re facing in life, watching on TV, or seeing across the world? Does your faith feel disconnected from your loneliness, that new show on Netflix, the latest scandal, your depression, unemployment, flat-shares, the awkwardness of church, the Premier League, or health anxiety? Think again. In this podcast, Heirs Magazine do what they do best: they show how the gospel of Jesus is good news for your whole life, so that your worship of God and joy in him multiplies. Hit subscribe and pull up a pew, as Jonny and Leeza navigate life as followers of Jesus in the real world.

Mentally Yours

  • Publisher: Metro.co.uk
  • Total Episodes: 243

A weekly mental health podcast from http://Metro.co.uk. Ellen Scott and Yvette Caster chat to people who have lived with mental illness, from shop workers to celebrities, to educate, empathise and challenge stigma. Ellen has OCD, depression and anxiety, Yvette has bipolar disorder and binge eating disorder. Both know what a lonely place mental illness can be. These podcasts offer hope and proof that things can improve. Published every Monday.  Follow us on social media http://twitter.com/mentallyyrs or join the private Mentally Yours Facebook Group.

The Panic Pod

  • Publisher: Joshua Fletcher
  • Total Episodes: 35

Joshua is the author of best-selling books on anxiety, a previous sufferer and a qualified psychotherapist. Co-hosted by Canadian singer, producer, and amateur linguist Ella Jean, The Panic Pod is a discussion-based podcast offering bite-sized practical advice on managing anxiety. It is also an opportunity to illuminate what medical and academic spheres know about anxiety to discuss it in a way that you can take to the pub. Joshua is a fully qualified Psychotherapist and runs a private counselling practice based in Manchester called The Panic Room. [email protected]

The Happy Menopause

  • Publisher: Jackie Lynch- Registered Nutritional Therapist
  • Total Episodes: 34

Join Registered Nutritional Therapist Jackie Lynch as she takes you on a journey through midlife to learn how diet and lifestyle can help you take control of your menopause symptoms.Each month Jackie covers a range of topics, from managing hot flushes or dealing with anxiety to intimate health and strong bones. She’ll introduce you to some fascinating guests who can offer real insight into managing midlife hormonal changes and challenges, so that you truly can have a happy menopause.Find out more about the podcast and Jackie’s work by visiting well-well-well.co.uk or follow on Twitter and Instagram @WellWellWellUK.


  • Publisher: Radio Mike
  • Total Episodes: 127

Radio Mike is an indecisive over-thinker who gave himself the nickname ‘Radio Mike,’ and obsesses over minute details and obscure popular culture. A bundle of neuroticism and anxiety, Radio Mike is a loveable geek who shamelessly talks about the many blunders of his life working in radio and podcasting, navigating young adult life as a millennial, exploring the complexities of his mental health and celebrating nerd culture. ————————————————————————————————– Radio Mike is a writer and producer from Melbourne, Australia who has worked on shows such as WILOSOPHY with Wil Anderson and The Hamish & Andy Show. First heard on the airwaves of Melbourne’s community radio scene, Radio Mike gained prominence as the bumbling, head-dieting button pusher of The Luke & Lewis Show, amongst others. My name is Radio Mike. I’m a 20th Century Boy. Welcome to the inside of my mind.

How To Be Sad with Helen Russell

  • Publisher: Helen Russell
  • Total Episodes: 14

Why do we cry? How come love hurts? And what’s a happiness researcher doing talking about sadness, anyway? Helen Russell is a journalist and happiness researcher and How to be Sad is a new podcast based on her book of the same name – exploring why we get sad, what to do when we’re sad, and how we can all get happier by learning to be sad, better. Because let’s be honest – we are in unprecedented times. None of us are where we thought we’d be this time last year and we’re all struggling. We’re having to get better at having difficult conversations and finding ways of handling our sadness. Join Helen as she talks to some high profile people from all walks of life who have done just that. Each week, special guests share their own experiences of everything from heartache to burnout, anxiety to addiction, the differences between sadness and depression – and how they cope. Find out more @MsHelenRussell #HowToBeSad and order How To Be Sad at https://harpercollins.co.uk/products/how-to-be-sad-everything-ive-learned-about-getting-happier-by-being-sad-better-helen-russell?variant=32618500653134

The Paul McGregor Podcast

  • Publisher: Paul McGregor
  • Total Episodes: 44

On the 4th March 2009, my life changed forever. My Dad, the man I looked up too, the man who in my eyes had ‘everything’ on paper took his own life. After it happened I struggled to deal with the grief, I buried the pain and found myself asking the question ‘why’ over and over again. I too then found myself struggling with depression and anxiety. This Podcast is all about documenting not only my own personal journey to discovering more about mental health and suicide, but to also document other stories too. It’s time to talk about mental health, it’s time to give it the voice it deserves and hopefully this Podcast can provide that. Hopefully this Podcast helps show others that they’re not alone…Paul McGregor is an author, lecturer, a mental health advocate, husband, Father of 2 and avid Liverpool supporter. He shares daily content, giving mental health a voice across multiple social platforms and through speaking and workshops across the UK. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Life Talk | The Self Development Podcast

  • Publisher: Johnny Lawrence
  • Total Episodes: 15

Life Talk is the self development podcast hosted by Johnny Lawrence. Each show will explore different areas of self-development by speaking with a guest who is passionate and knowledgeable on a topic or subject. This podcast will explore areas such as self help, mental health, physical health, anxiety, trauma, mindfulness, business, self esteem, self confidence, limiting beliefs and much much more. Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/johnnylawrencecoaching/?hl=en Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/LifeTalkUK YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/JohnnyLawrence

Pocket Coach

  • Publisher: Kieran Hedley
  • Total Episodes: 63

Kieran takes both a science and spiritual focus on mental health. As a student of Medical Neuroscience at Duke University, a student of a Dharma Monk, and a student of many successful mentors in the western world, Kieran has moved through his own anxiety and depression. This podcast is dedicated to breaking down how this is possible through his own teachings, as well as fascinating interviews with deeply experienced professionals of their fields from all backgrounds. Join us every Monday 9am (NZT) to upgrade your own understanding around mental health, wellbeing and human performance.

Quiet Connections

  • Publisher: Hayley & Stacie
  • Total Episodes: 20

Do you feel anxious in social situations? Think you’re not good enough? Join us on a journey from anxiety to confidence, collecting puzzle pieces to help you feel more calm & courageous so you can speak up, join in & feel like you belong. If you’re struggling with everyday tasks that other people seem to find easy; or avoiding social situations for fear of rejection and criticism, this is the podcast for you. Whether you experience panic attacks, social anxiety, or simply a feeling that you’re “too quiet” and “not good enough”, you’ll be gaining insights from those who have been where you are right now to help you move beyond fear and anxiety, reframe quiet and grow your confidence so you can live your life the way you want to. Join Hayley & Stacie to explore the journey from socially anxious to quietly confident; collecting tools and techniques to help you to manage those anxious feelings and move towards self-acceptance and practicing self-compassion, to understanding how your thoughts are not reality, and why how you are isn’t who you are. You’ll pick up a variety of tips along the way, so that you, too, can feel calmer, more confident and experience more joy doing the things you really want to. The Quiet Connections podcast is brought to you from QuietConnections.co.uk.

Embrace Fertility

  • Publisher: Naomi Woolfson
  • Total Episodes: 60

Welcome to the Embrace Fertility podcast I’m Naomi Woolfson, a therapist who specialises in supporting women through trying to conceive, fertility treatments and then pregnancy and birth following infertility. Having been through infertility myself and being fascinated with the mind-body techniques that led me from anxiety and depression back to myself again, I retrained as a therapist and now specialise in supporting others through infertility. Visit www.embracefertility.co.uk for your free stress less fertility support pack and follow me on Insta and Facebook @embracefertility.

Facing It

  • Publisher: Jennifer Atkinson
  • Total Episodes: 6

The age of climate crisis is upon us, and grief and anxiety are on the rise. This series explores the emotional burden of climate change, and why despair leaves so many people unable to respond to our existential threat. Overcoming that paralysis is the first step in moving to action, and yet official climate strategies rarely address the emotional toll of climate grief and eco anxiety. Meanwhile, frontline communities — particularly people of color, indigenous communities, and other historically-marginalized groups — are experiencing the heaviest mental health impacts of climate disruption and displacement.Written and narrated by Jennifer AtkinsonMusic by Roberto David RusconiProduced by Intrasonus UKDr. Jennifer Atkinson is a professor of environmental humanities at the University of Washington, where she leads seminars that help students cope with the despair, anger, and anxiety that arise from environmental loss and mass extinction. Her teaching and research have helped activists, scientists, and students build resilience to stay engaged in climate solutions and avoid burnout. She has also spoken to audiences across the U.S. about the global mental health crisis arising from climate disruption, and advocated for addressing emotional impacts in the fight for environmental justice. This podcast introduces some of the experiences and insights behind that work, and explores how we can move the public to action by addressing the psychological roots of our unprecedented ecological loss.”To be numb to the world is another form of suicide.” -Terry Tempest WilliamsThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Alpa Pandya Show – Game of Minds!

  • Publisher: Alpa Pandya
  • Total Episodes: 6

Success is a game of minds, when you change your paradigm everything shifts. A paradigm shift then is a change to a new game. Business and Mindset Coach Alpa Pandya helps you make this shift. When you’re doing something that’s out of the ordinary, the paradigm will try and stop you – if you want to win, you have to keep going.You can find your paradigms masked in complacency, fear, worry, anxiety, insecurities, self-doubt, mental hurry and self-loathing – the result is keeping you STUCK, locked in a box … starved of your dreams and ambitions.Just like your computer needs to update to the most effective programming – so does your mind, keeping it in peak condition, operating at optimum levels. Except, this isn’t just a computer or a piece of software, this is your Mind – YOUR LIFE!This change is not easy, but it is worth it – and the results are lasting.Join Bob Proctor’s Top UK Coach, Alpa Pandya from Monday 1st April at 9AM for Game of Minds.

The Beautifully Balanced Podcast

  • Publisher: Samantha Dinnage
  • Total Episodes: 37

Welcome! Join Sam, a UK based elemental yoga teacher, as we explore holistic approaches to support your wellbeing in today’s ever busy, hectic world. After some chronic health problems, Sam started her journey of recovery in 2015, using a range of holistic methods to help manage anxiety, depression, IBS, speech problems and migraines and she hasn’t felt this great for years! With personal insights and current research covering topics such as stress, ayurveda, yoga, sleep to money mindset and social media addiction. A range of guests will shine their light on holistic and complimentary therapies too. Everyone is unique, so you are invited to pick and choose inspiration that resonates with you, to help bring back a sense of balance to your mind, body and soul.

HypnoSOS – Hypnosis for mental health. Mini sessions for use in crisis.

  • Publisher: Professor Ursula James
  • Total Episodes: 16

Short, effective hypnosis sessions to improve your mental health and well-being, created for those working in the frontline and for anyone struggling to cope with this crisis. The podcast is a mini-hypnosis session which starts with an introduction about how get the most benefit (which you can feel free to skip through once you have heard it once), and some details about the contents of the hypnosis session. You can then close your eyes, relax, and have a mini-break from the stress around you. Professor Ursula James was appointed Visiting Professor of Clinical Hypnosis at Robert Gordon University in 2013 and is a Visiting Teaching Fellow at Oxford University Medical School and Patron of Anxiety UK.

Fasting Carnivore Experience

  • Publisher: Fasting Carnivore
  • Total Episodes: 18

I started this podcast as a mean to express how I feel and my personal emotions and experiences. As someone that has struggled with anxiety and depression I forced myself to start a podcast with the intention of fighting my “inner bitch” and put myself out there without waiting for the right or perfect opportunity! This is my intermittent fasting, carnivore diet experience! I am coach and a husband and father of 4 who lives in the UK, Northern Ireland. You can follow me @fastingcarnivore on Instagram or email me at [email protected]

The Black Spectrum

  • Publisher: Diane Laidlaw
  • Total Episodes: 3

The podcast where our Black and Brown communities in the UK share anonymous stories related to mental health and neurodiversity. Conversations around ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia as well as mental health conditions like Anxiety, Depression, Personality and Eating disorders. Join the conversation Instagram – http://bit.ly/blkspecins Facebook – http://bit.ly/blkspecfac YouTube – http://bit.ly/blkspecyou Twitter – http://bit.ly/blkspectwi Why not be a guest on the show? http://bit.ly/blkspecgue Website https://theblkspectrum.com Email [email protected]

1 in 4: Talking Mental Health with Abby Lacey & Friends

  • Publisher: 1 in 4 Mental Health
  • Total Episodes: 26

In this series I’ll be chatting to friends about their mental health how they cope, their support systems, advice they’ve learnt and advice they’d like to pass on. I’m Abby Lacey and I’ve suffered for anxiety for as long as I can remember. I’m not a mental health professional but I am an advocate of speaking out and breaking the stigma attached to mental health. In 2019, I started Mental Health Mates – Reading, a peer support group organising walks and talks for people suffering from mental illness, along with their family and friends. Since then, I have made many friends and connected with so many like-minded people, so I thought it would be great to give them a platform to tell their stories. If this podcast can help just one person then my job is done. 1 in 4 is not intended to take the place of professionals. If you need help, there is a number of services available to talk to: Samaritans – 116 123 Mind – 0300 123 3393 Beat (eating disorders) – 0845 634 1414 Anxiety UK – 08444 775 774 No Panic – 0844 967 4848 SANE – 0845 767 8000 OCD ACTION – 0845 390 6232 Rethink Mental Illness – 0300 5000 927

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