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Enhance mental and emotional well-being

Depression often comes on gradually, making it difficult to notice something is wrong. Many people try to cope with their symptoms without realizing they're unwell. It can sometimes take a friend or family member to suggest something is wrong.

Here are some of the key psychological, physical, and social indicators of depression:

  • Feeling down, depressed, or hopeless

  • Low self-esteem

  • Irritability

  • Feeling anxious or worried

  • Feeling bad about yourself or like a failure

  • Little motivation, interest, or joy in things

  • Moving & speaking slowly / being fidgety or restless

  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions

  • Suicidal thoughts or self harm

  • Low energy

  • Changes in appetite

  • Low sex drive

  • Difficulty sleeping

  • Avoiding social activities and friends

Here are some ways therapy can help people with depression: 

  • Understand the behaviours, emotions, thoughts, or situational events that are feeding into to the depression

  • Regain a sense of control and joy in life

  • Learn coping techniques, resiliency, assertiveness, communication, and problem-solving skills to forge ahead and reclaim your life

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