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The term “depression” is something we are all likely to have come across at some point during our lives, and it is typically characterised by feelings of low mood, a lack of interest and enjoyment in activities, as well as a range of other physical and emotional symptoms.   Depression can cover an extraordinarily wide array of life experiences, but if you’re struggling with it you may identify with one or more of the following symptoms;

  • low mood

  • loss of interest and enjoyment

  • lacking energy

  • tiredness after small efforts

  • low self-esteem and confidence

  • feelings of guilt and unworthiness

  • pessimistic view of the future

  • social withdrawal

  • loneliness

  • ideas or acts of self-harm or suicide

  • weight gain or loss

I am experienced in a number of evidence-based therapeutic approaches that have been proven to help people suffering from depression.  These include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), third wave approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), psychodynamic and existential perspectives.  We will work together to find the approach that resonates most with you and enables you to develop both a meaningful understanding of your experience and a way of moving forward more happily.

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