Low Moods

Many of us can relate to feeling low without knowing why. With low mood, tiredness can set in, leaving you with feelings of frustration, low self-esteem and anger. Low mood can, however, improve after a short time by making some small changes in your life, but if it doesn’t go away, it can be a sign of depression.

How I can help

I use techniques for adapting your way of thinking to turn your life around quickly, and stop it spiralling into depression which may need a little more support to turn around, but is by no means impossible to do.

Common symptoms:

What Next?

If you would like more information about my work and my practice, please contact me on 01704 601010 or at Email me. We can have a relaxed, no-obligation chat during which I will confirm if I can be of help.

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