Counselling for depression

The symptoms of depression you experience may vary and how intense they are, how long they last, and how much they affect your daily life.

Milder depression might involve low mood but you may still be able to carry on with your daily life. But things may feel harder and less worthwhile.

If you have more severe depression, you might find day-to-day life much more difficult. and you may also experience suicidal thoughts.

Recognising the signs of depression and seeking therapy supports you to address and overcome feelings of despair. 

Some of the symptoms you may experience

  • Tiredness, fatigue and low energy
  • Irritability and restlessness 
  • Loss or appetite or over eating
  • Thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts
  • insomnia
  • Physical symptoms such as headaches, stomach upsets, and digestive issues, aches and pains
  • Loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed, like sex, hobbies  
  • Difficulty concentrating, and making decisions
  • A sense of hopelessness, sadness, guilt, worthlessness or feeling lost and empty


It's important to seek help if you're experiencing persistent feelings of depression. and you don't have to go through it alone. Counselling for depression provides a supportive and therapeutic environment to work through and alleviate symptoms, fostering a path towards healing and recovery


Reach out if you would like to talk with me regarding counselling for depression.


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