Psychological Treatment of Depression & Anxiety in Adelaide

What are the Symptoms of Anxiety?

Anxiety is not just feeling stressed or worried. Feeling stressed and anxious is common when you’re under pressure. The good news is it usually passes when that situation is resolved. Anxiety is when these anxious feelings don’t go away – when they’re ongoing and happen without any particular reason or cause. Sometimes it can be hard to cope with daily life. Everyone feels anxious from time to time, but for someone experiencing anxiety, these feelings can become overwhelming.

Anxiety can affect your ability to concentrate, sleep and carry out ordinary tasks at work, home or school. People with anxiety disorders often feel compelled to avoid stressful situations and in extreme cases avoid going out altogether. Physical symptoms are common and include shortness of breath, a pounding heart and trembling hands.

Anxiety disorders can be caused by either one or a combination of factors. These include genetic factors, ongoing stress, family background, physical health issues or a traumatic event. Anxiety is common, seek support today and become the best version of you.

What are the Symptoms of Depression?

Depression affects how people think, feel and act. Depression makes it more difficult to manage from day to day and can interfere with study, work and relationships. You may be depressed if you have felt sad, down or miserable for more than two weeks or have lost interest or pleasure in most of your usual activities. Generally, depression does not result from a single event, but from a combination of biological, psychological, social and lifestyle factors.

In any one year, around one million people in Australia experience depression. One in six women and one in eight men will experience depression at some time in their life. The good news is, depression is treatable and effective treatments are available. Seek support today and let us help find the best version of you.

Parent Coaching

Parenting coaches are emerging as a new way for parents to gain support for a variety of parenting issues. Unlike psychotherapists who treat diagnosed mental health conditions, coaches behave more like consultants. They provide tools, ideas, and support to help you navigate the world of parenting.

Why Choose Us for Your Treatment?

  • Screen time & social media
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Anger & tantrums
  • Behaviour & discipline
  • Sleep issues
  • Social skills & friendships
  • Anxiety & fear
  • Building resilience
  • Bullying
  • Grief & loss
  • Stress
  • Separation & divorce
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