Hey again, I went to my doctor and got referred to a therapist, after an initial sort of assessment where I mentioned I thought that quitting the weed was the cause of my psychological issues they didn't really seem to believe that was the case, they checked with a pdoc who knew more about drug use and he also said it couldn't possibly be the weed and refered me for some talk therapy. It took months to finally see someone by which time the anxiety had probably halved on its own and I didn't really see the point of the talking therapy but I went ahead because I had nothing to lose. It didn't really teach me anything I didn't already know so it didn't help me much and after a couple of sessions I decided that the therapists time would be better used on someone else. My problem with therapists is how can somebody who has never experienced what you are going through tell you how to deal with it because it's what they have been taught from a book and told to do? It come across as rather scripted. I found greater reassurance and help from reading first hand experiences of others on here because it felt like reading my own story. If you feel like you would benefit from speaking to someone about it do it, but for me it didn't really help that much. The greatest healer is time and living a healthy life style. You'll find one day you just stop thinking about whatever the is causing you the anxiety without really knowing about it, that's when I realised I was on my way to recovery. I still get anxiety now and again when something reminds me of it but it's much much less intense and goes away just as fast as it comes. Hope that helped you.