Psychological problems can affect people from all walks of life and it is well known that depression and anxiety now effects more and more people in society than it has ever before.
The effects of some of the mental health issues stated below can make one feel isolated, alone and with seemingly no way out and this need not have to be the case.
In our everyday lives, these commonly accepted terms are there to explain our difficulties to ourselves and to others, although not one of them will really fully describe exactly what it is that we are suffering from.
Through the process of therapy, giving a voice to these difficulties and understanding its place and its role in your life can not only alleviate the acute suffering it creates but also can allow you to live with a greater sense of choice and in your pursuit of your enjoyment and desire.
Other Mental Health Resources:
LifeLine – 13 11 14
MensLine – 1300 78 99 78
Kids HelpLine – 1800 55 1800
Suicide Line – 1300 651 252
Suicide Call Back Service – 1300 659 467
Bayside Psychotherapy – 03 9557 9113
for individuals and relationship & marriage counselling for couples in Melbourne.
I am a counsellor and psychoanalytic psychotherapist working with individuals and couples in private practice in Carlton, Melbourne.