Coping with depression

through counselling

Coping with depression through counselling

"Strength doesn't come from what you can do. It comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn't "

Rikki Rodgers

According to the Office for National Statistics, depression is among the most common types of mental disorders experienced by adults in Great Britain. In fact, around 1 in 10 before the Covid-19 pandemic, but this has since more than doubled to over 2 in 5 adults.

Depression can affect people in different ways and can cause a wide variety of symptoms. These symptoms range from lasting feelings of unhappiness and hopelessness to losing interest in the things they used to enjoy and feeling very tearful. Do you continually feeling low and stuck with your emotions or unable to move forward? Maybe you have been to the doctor for help and been stuck on medication for quite some time.

Unfortunately, medication only temporarily masks the pain and after some time the body builds resistance to the medication, which means increasing the dosage to become effective again. Many of my clients tell me that they were referred to counselling by their GP because they saw how increasing the dosage is not a solution. Instead many of my clients have even reported that taking medication alongside counselling sessions has helped them to lift from this feeling of being stuck.  

I will support you to explore your thoughts and the helplessness what you are feeling. I will help you to reflect and for you to understand what you can do to make a change. It is important that you to feel I am at side with no judgement supporting you back to recovery.

Are you ready to plant some positive change back into your life? Consider speaking to your GP about seeking counselling.

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