Depression Therapy -
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A large number of people are suffering from depression across the globe. It’s not as simple as we may think. There are many underlying causes for the development of a depressive ailment. You may experience a sudden loss of interest in day to day activities, deteriorating sexual interest, crying spells, suicidal ideas stemming from the loss of meaning in everything.

There is a feeling of “life is not worth living”.

Many people who suffer from depression may also experience feelings of anxiety, anger, guilt, sadness, helplessness or a mixture of feelings that are hard to identify. The feelings that, “no one ever listens to me or no one would ever notice if I wasn’t there”, maybe early signs of depression being covered by other feelings.

Psychotherapy can help you break the cycle and develop effective coping skills and help you rediscover immense potentials for meaningful living.

I have years of experience in depression counselling in London.  I know what works to improve your mood and to get you back on track and I use only proven evidence-based strategies.

During your depression counselling we will target:

Your Sleep

Research has found that insomnia and poor sleep is closely linked to a range of problems including low mood, poor health, and even weight gain! I will work with you to develop a plan for better sleep.

Your Mood

You want to feel happier right? Our immediate focus is on the proven strategies and techniques known to help increase positive emotion.

Your Relationships

One common problem with depression is you start to withdraw from your life. Through years of experience, I know how important social supports are to improving your mood and sense of connection and belonging.

Your Activity Level

Part of feeling depressed is also feeling fatigued and unmotivated. Involvement in activities you enjoy will bring you a sense of achievement, mastery, and a feeling of control in your life.

Your Thoughts

Feelings of depression are impacted by how we think about ourselves, what has happened to us in the past, and the world around us. We guide you through these thinking traps and how to avoid them.