Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Support & Therapy
Symptoms such as persistent low mood, loss of interest, irritability, feeling worthless, lacking in energy, finding hard to get up in the morning, craving for food, for some people they can be severe and have a significant impact on their day-to-day activities. When this happens in a seasonal pattern we describe it as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This is a type of depression more apparent in winter when our body clock changes, the sunlight is less and as a consequence a part of the brain functions differently. Beside lifestyle measures including getting as much natural sunlight and exercise as possible GPs recommend counselling and psychotherapy to manage your stress levels.
We provide a safe and private place where you can talk confidentially. Our therapists will listen, be supportive and encouraging to help you to talk through your experiences and find ways to move forward.
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We can offer same day appointments for our services.
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