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Feeling sad (or what some may call "depressed") is common and seems to happen to everyone on occasion, and the feeling usually subsides after a short while.  However, people with a depressive disorder (such as clinical depression) have come to experience and recognise that their state of mind and feelings of depression happen more regularly and interfere with daily living.

When individuals suffer with a depressive disorder, their normal ability to function is damaged to such an extent that both they and those around them are affected by it.  Understanding the signs of depression and seeking help is a vital step to overcoming the problem.


Anxiety is defined as a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, often in regards to an imminent event or uncertainty.  While anxiety tends to establish a sense that there is no hope for possible treatment, this is a false perception created by the disorder.   


Having some anxiety and having an anxiety disorder are very different. Having some anxiety is normal, but it is important to understand that it is so, and to regulate behaviours associated with extreme anxiety.

I work strategically to guide clients in discovering a more fulfilling life, managing stress in a healthy way.

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