Depression Counselling
In Manchester

Depression is not just a form of extreme sadness. It is constant and oppressive.

Depression affects your brain and your body and interferes with how you think, how you behave, and how you function at work and in relationships.

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Do you want to break free of depression?

Some of us, sadly seem more at risk to certain types of depression than others. We now know that life events, childhood experiences and our genetics play a role in whether depression strikes or not and if it does how intensely. Depression can arrive seemingly out of nowhere or follow a very stressful situation or a significant personal life change.

How do I know if I’m depressed?

Depression can interfere with your feelings, your thoughts, and what happens in your body. There are many symptoms, but here are some common ones.

How do I get help?

Depression is not your fault; it’s not a sign of weakness, and millions of people suffer too. Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 adults in the UK suffers from depression?

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Is depression affecting your daily life?

Have you been experiencing some of the symptoms above for
over 4 or 5 weeks?

If your answer is yes to either or both

Then I urge you to seek support. Talk to family and friends. Please consider making an appointment with your GP to discuss what’s going on for you. Counselling and psychotherapy are very successful in treating depression. You can contact me for an initial meeting. Come and meet me to see if you’d like to work with me.

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Overcoming Depression

You don’t have to continue to suffer from your depression. Depression is treatable. I can help you succeed in breaking free of it. Our work together will take us back into your past to look at the possible origins of your depression. We will look at your present situation and at ways for you to get back control and purpose so that you can move forward into a positive future free of depression.

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