A person suffering from depression often feels as though every day is a struggle. A good understanding of how depression works can however help people recover faster. This means that understanding what caused your depression, what the symptoms are, what is keeping it going and how to deal with negative thoughts that might be making it worse are important in overcoming depression.

With this in mind, booking an appointment with a specialist at a depression clinic in Newcastle, or even online, is definitely worth the effort when it comes to getting out of depression.

Everyone feels a little down at one point in time or another, but depression is more than just irregular bouts of sadness. Depression is a mood disorder, which carries with it prolonged feelings of loss of interest in daily life, lack of enjoyment, low energy and motivation and negative thoughts about yourself, your situation and maybe even others.

If these symptoms persist for more than two weeks, then it is considered a depressive episode. Moreover, depression can also cause a person to have consistent thoughts of, or even act on, feelings of self-harm or suicide.

Depression can take on various forms, including bipolar disorder, postnatal depression, psychotic depression, situational depression, and atypical depression, among others.

Some of the most noticeable symptoms of depression include persistent feelings of sadness and worthlessness, loss of interest in daily activities, irritability, frustration, recurrent thoughts of suicide or death, lack of energy, and withdrawal from other people, among others.

Welcome to Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling, where Dr Stuart Sadler (Chartered Clinical Psychologist) and his team of Psychologists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists specialize in helping people recover from problems such as depression, and its related problems, in all its forms.

Their depression clinic in Newcastle not only focuses on identifying the underlying issues causing the problem, but also works with people to overcome their depression, and form a thorough relapse prevention plan to ensure that they do not face the problem again. As well as face-to-face, they also offer online therapy and counselling for depression from their base in Newcastle.

Dr Stuart Sadler from Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling said, “We see all the time how depression robs a person of their happiness, and even for some their will to live. It makes people lose interest in everyday life, but can also lead to them feeling suicidal and isolated if not dealt with.”

“Depression is a major health issue which can occur due to problems in a person’s life, work or their relationship. Sometimes brain chemistry, hormonal changes, and stress or trauma from the past also contribute. Our team of psychologists, counsellors and therapists use the best approaches, including cognitive-behavioural therapy, family therapy, and even trauma focused therapies to, among others, to help.”

If you, a family member or friend is experiencing any of the symptoms described above, we recommend you contact https://newcastlepsychologist.co.uk/.