Alright, so, I'm 16 and as most of you know I have suffered from anxiety and panic disorders that I have been going to a therapist for lately, and it's gotten better. But even thinking about what I wanted to become when I grow up before would give me a panic attack. Until I thought of what I want to become... Something to do with psychology/mental and emotional therapy. I am seriously forever grateful for finding someone who has helped me with my problems that I was thinking about killing myself over. Without the use of drugs or anything. I want to help people like that. I have always been a helpful persona and helping people for a living for something that has had a huge impact in my life in a negative way sounds like something I'd go into work everyday happily. I just want to know what options there are to get into this career field. I am a junior currently, and have about a 2.76 GPA at an "advanced" school where by next year (my senior year) all my required courses will be done so I will be hitting college courses. I also am very interested in studying and going to college abroad, somewhere like Britain fascinates me. Is Britain openly accepting students for college? Any tips or anything? My grades suffered from my anxiety issues but they should be getting better. Thanks all for suggesting to go see professional help. I was seriously lost. I lost 20 pounds from not eating and throwing up everyday during school from panic attacks, I never went outside, and was considering suicide to a seemingly helpless life.