Therapy for Depression

Depression is a very common mental illness that can affect anyone. It is characterised by feelings of sadness, emptiness, or hopelessness, that last longer than usual and may involve sleep difficulties, poor concentration, weight loss, fatigue, poor concentration, and feelings of worthlessness. When someone is depressed work life and relationships can suffer, exacerbating the difficulties with low mood. At it’s worst it can lead to suicidal thoughts. Marsden Clinical Psychology can help to overcome depressed moods and build and foster hope for the future and an improved sense of self worth.