Depression/Anxiety/Greif Counselling

Depression/Anxiety/Greif Counselling

Depression/Anxiety/Greif is a common state of mind, which almost everyone experience, once in a while. Depression can have a wide range of symptoms and causes and every person reacts to it, in a different way. The unhappiness which people experience, while suffering from depression is very different from just feeling down. They experience a variety of troubling emotions as well as some physical problems. Anxiety and depression go hand in hand most of the time. Some of the people, also emotionally detach themselves from the people around them and create an own isolated world for themselves. Living with depression/anxiety gets really difficult for the sufferer as well as their close ones. Still, most of the sufferers are afraid to confront their problems or seek help.

Depression counselling can surely form an essential part of recovery and personal development for the sufferers of depression. Depression is highly treatable, even in its most severe forms. Our depression counsellors use a perfect combination of counselling and psychotherapy to help the sufferers come out of the dilemma and led a normal life. Depression counselling involves sessions, therapies and studying some self-help books. Our experienced counsellors, work deeply with the people, to uncover and explore the real underlying reasons, that must have contributed to the symptoms of depression in them. We help them to change their feelings and manage them in a more effective manner. Depression counselling is also effective in tackling anxiety, low self-esteem, grief-related issues or persistent negative thinking that may be worsening the illness.

Some common symptoms of anxiety are

  • nervousness, restlessness, or being tense
  • feelings of danger or panic
  • rapid heart rate
  • rapid breathing
  • increased or heavy sweating
  • trembling or muscle twitching
  • weakness and lethargy
  • difficulty focusing or thinking clearly about anything other than the thing you’re worried about
  • insomnia
  • digestive or gastrointestinal problems, such as gas, constipation, or diarrhea
  • a strong desire to avoid the things that trigger your anxiety
  • obsessions about certain ideas
  • performing certain behaviors over and over again
  • anxiety surrounding a particular life event or experience that has occurred in the past, especially indicative of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Do you feel?

  •  Mood swings, general discontent
  • Insomnia, excess sleepiness
  • Agitation, restlessness, social isolation
  •  Lack of concentration, negative thoughts
  • Other behavioral and physical symptoms


  • Satisfied and content
  • Peaceful mind and body
  •  Positive behavioural and physical attributes
  • Happiness and positivity

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