Life isn’t always plain sailing, and all of us feel low or down at some points in our lives.
Depression is more than occasionally ‘feeling down’ though. It is an ongoing feeling of unhappiness or hopelessness resulting in emotional health condition than can have devastating consequences on your everyday life.
What is Depression?
Depression is an individual experience, and symptoms range from mild or moderate to deep depression that could result in suicidal thoughts.
What causes Depression?
Depression doesn’t follow a set pattern. It can be triggered by a stressful event, unfulfilled life expectations or a hormonal imbalance.
Depression can also stem from:
Prolonged unhappiness at work or home
Repetitive stressful events
Giving birth (post-natal depression)
Isolation & loneliness
Bereavement or grief
Past traumatic events (PTSD)
Persistent anxiety or panic attacks
What are the symptoms of Depression?
Common symptoms include:
Consistent feeling of unhappiness
Loss of interest in daily things in life or things you have previously enjoyed
Too much sleep or inability to sleep, yet feeling constantly tired
Irritability or moodiness
Change in appetite
Loss of sex drive
Persistent headaches or body pain
Taking care of your mental wellbeing is vitally important to leading a happy and fulfilled life.
The modern fast-paced world we live in means we often neglect our mental health until we experience the symptoms of depression.
If any of these symptoms are familiar, then it’s time to talk to the expert therapists at the Wellbeing Centre London.
Our counsellors, therapists and coaches believe that therapeutic help holds the key to a happier life.
Find the path to a better life
Here at the Wellbeing Centre London, with our proven counselling and psychotherapy for depression, we will be able to provide you with an effective assessment and recommend a programme that helps you with not just the symptoms but the root causes of your depression.
Most people wait too long before seeking help for depression, which means their condition will get progressively worse. The sooner you talk to someone, the sooner you can be on your way to recovery, enjoying life to full again.
Join the many clients who have overcome their depression with the help of the Wellbeing Centre London’s proven effective therapy for depression.
The Wellbeing Centre London has helped clients in Fulham, Putney Bridge, across London and the UK.
We can work either face-to-face or via virtual counselling sessions – whichever is more comfortable for you!
What does treatment involve?
Depression is a treatable condition, and with the right professional support in a safe and supportive environment, most people will move past this gloomy time to lead a fulfilled happy life.
At the Wellbeing Centre London, your experienced practitioner will assess your condition and recommend an individual treatment programme which will include one or more of the following:
Psychotherapy or counselling – Used to treat all types of depression and is especially effective when combined with medication or hypnotherapy
Wellbeing coaching and NLP – The preferred option for mild depression that help you to take control of your mind to improve your life
Hypnotherapy – A highly effective therapy for mild and moderate depression
CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) – An evidence-based talking therapy for mild depression
It is important to remember to be kind to yourself. Depression is a medical condition and not a sign of weakness. Get the support you need and deserve by speaking with therapists at the Wellbeing Centre London so they can help you live a happy and fulfilled life, a life where you thrive again.
Wellbeing Centre London Practitioners who can help you with Depression
If you would like to find out more about how we can help you recover from Depression, simply contact us to arrange a FREE initial 15-minute consultation.
We will recommend a therapy that will suit you and a trusted, professional therapist to work with you, constructing a bespoke treatment package designed to help you achieve your goals.
Fees for private therapy range from £70–£140. The sessions last between 50-90 minutes.
Take a positive step toward a happier you, today.