Feeling sad, moody, negative or low occasionally is normal, but when those feelings are with us for long periods of time (weeks and months) it can become depression. Depression is more than just a low mood—it’s a serious illness that impacts both our physical and mental health. It can affect people at any age, sometimes with no apparent external causes.
Depression becomes unhealthy when the negative thoughts become persistent and stay around for long periods—affecting the person most of the time—impacting on their work, their relationships and the overall way they view and relate to their environment.
A person experiencing depression can appear lazy or someone who’s not making an effort. Often they feel numb and worthless and, despite their attempts to fight it, their depression consumes them.
Our approach is to help you to see the healthy aspects of what you are experiencing and to assist you to regain control of your life.
For some helpful links to more in-depth information please go to our resources page.
Telephone, Telehealth and Zoom sessions are available for those living outside Bundaberg. Weekend and out-of-hour appointments are available.
Contact us now for an appointment so we can help you to restart your life.