Psychotherapy and Counselling for Depression

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Depression can be viewed by society as a black cloud, an enemy that has to be fought against. Consequently, when depression hits us we may view ourselves as failures, leading unfulfilling lives, or not able to cope with life and being a burden on friends and family. Our melancholy can manifest itself in many ways; depending on who we are, we can be overwhelmed by emotions and show them visibly through our anger or tearfulness or we can withdraw and shut off emotion.

But what if we viewed depression as a symptom of something not quite right in our lives; it may be asserting itself because certain aspects of our lives may have been ignored and need attention. Maybe we already know this but get frustrated by not knowing what is wrong with our lives. Your therapeutic relationship with your counsellor or psychotherapist can offer a space where you can openly be the feelings you experience and work out why these feelings have taken up residence in your life. It can help you take an interest in the feelings that cause depression, work out how it arrived and what its purpose has been. Psychotherapy and counselling can help you to work out how to lower the volume on depression so that you can live a more fulfilling life.

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