Depression and Anxiety

Therapy for Anxiety

Anxiety can present itself in a number of specific and very different ways, each of which is distressing to the person who is experiencing the symptoms. Chronic worrying, compulsions and rituals, obsessive thoughts, panic attacks, and phobias are all manifestations of anxiety.

Although you may have tried techniques to change your thoughts and behaviors, and faced your fears, you may still feel anxious and need professional support.

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Therapy for Depression

Depression occurs so often in the population that it has frequently been called the “common cold of psychopathology”. Biological, psychological, stressful life events and cognitive factors, all contribute to one’s vulnerability to depression.

Sadness and the Blues

It is normal from time to time to feel sad or get the blues.  That is part of life.  Depression is different from having the occasional low-frequency day. You may have depression if feelings of emptiness and despair are ever-present in your life.  These feelings of hopelessness and despondency make it difficult to even get through the day sometimes.

You need to know that no matter how despondent you feel, you can turn it around and enjoy life like you used to.  Becoming aware that you are depressed is often the first step to overcoming the problem.  Understanding the signs that you have depression and the related symptoms can move you closer to releasing this dark cloud from your life.

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