As well as psychotherapy and medication, there are other activities that can aid treatment. Exercise is proven to enhance physical and mental wellbeing with almost no negative side-effects. We can advise on the best ways to take exercise with close reference to your unique situation. If you feel you would benefit from sessions, you can contact me here for more information or to book a consultation. I provide this service to: Workshops, Individuals, Corporate and HR
Our depression psychotherapy sessions will be personalised to you. We will develop a treatment plan that will enable you to develop techniques which will help you cope with everyday situations. The sessions will be private and confidential unless you choose to invite others for support. It’s thought that as many as one in six British adults experiences a diagnosable mental health problem at any given time. There are many different causes. Stressful life changes such as divorce, bereavement and giving birth can result in depression, having a severe effect on the sufferer’s health. The main thing to keep in mind if you feel depressive symptoms is that the illness is treatable. Some severe depression sufferers benefit from the use of medication. Though medication can ease suffering, it does not cure depression and shouldn’t be the only angle of treatment to take. If it is prescribed to you, the medication should be used alongside psychotherapy sessions. We will take the time to plan your therapy within your current treatment schedule.