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Depression is far more than just feeling ‘down’ or ‘low,’ possibly in response to bad news or a momentary setback in your life or at work. Though you’re weary all the time, even if you’ve been sleeping a lot; if your drive for even ordinarily fun activities has faded; or if you have mysterious aches and pains or headaches, you might be depressed.


How do I cope with depression?

Major life stresses, such as bereavement or severe work stress, as well as interpersonal problems, might put people at risk. Many people with depression have a strong tendency to ‘ruminate,’ or ruminate over problems, tough talks, and circumstances repeatedly to resolve them. However, ruminating is rarely beneficial and can obstruct problem solving and exacerbate sadness. Fortunately, depression and its cognitive, behavioural, and emotional symptoms can be treated with several psychological therapies. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you believe you require assistance in combating depression.


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Clinical Psychologists

Clinical Psychologists offer therapies to people with mental disorders and are equipped with skills in assessment and treatment of complex mild to severe difficulties. They use a range of different techniques and therapies to treat mental and emotional disorder. They are able to personalise and tailor the treatment to the patient’s specific needs.
As a registered member of the British Psychological Society, my area of clinical expertise is providing mental health support to individuals with anxiety disorders, depression, addiction, anger management, personality disorders, phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and more.

Psychology is the study of people’s minds

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