Depression - and asking for help

Updated: Jan 6

Are you struggling with Depression and finding it difficult to ask for help?

Maybe you don’t realise you need help yet!

Maybe you feel ashamed?

Have you tried to talk about how your feeling but feel like they don’t understand or aren’t


This can be so frustrating and disheartening. It makes you not want to talk about it at all doesn’t it!

What if I told you that, if we work with the conditions that cause the depression we can start to make you feel better?

There are many different methods of recovery, such as medication from your GP, although

some find this effective it may only mask the problem. There are self-help books, and self-

care tips on how to love yourself and be kind to yourself, there is also group therapy.......

But the most common and effective form of help is Counselling.

Talking through your thoughts and feelings with someone who won’t judge you, who gives

you the time and space to speak freely, or not speak at all if you wish, and who no doubt has

been there themselves, really does work.

It’s important to push yourself to find ways to start tackling your Depression.

Once you start on the first step you’ll see that you are able to rediscover an excitement for

Life and adventure and hopefully you can challenge yourself to:

  • Re-visit old stories and talk about your past

  • Change unhealthy behaviours

  • Re-connect and understand yourself

  • Feel good enough when you in private or in public

  • See a light at the end of the tunnel

  • Relax and Go with the flow

  • Break the chain of pain

  • Trust your feelings and those around you

  • Embrace release of stress and anxiety

  • Forgive yourself and others

  • Grow emotionally and psychologically

I am now available on Zoom, Skype, Whatsapp, Telephone and Walk & Talk.

I understand that you may feel apprehensive in talking to a counsellor that's why I offer a free no obligation 20 minute initial meeting to see if you feel we could work together.

To contact me - click here

Or alternatively visit the Betterman Community online support group / Check In at our Facebook page

Normal Session Fees are as follows -

On-Line One To One, Life Coaching / Counselling

£45.00 Per Session for 50 Minutes

On-Line Couples Counselling

£55.00 Per Session for 55 Minutes

Low Cost Counselling

Are you looking for counselling and do you have an annual household income of up to £25,000?

Then we can offer you counselling sessions for £25.00 per session.


My team and I are genuinely 100% committed to providing counselling support regardless of a persons financial income.

My low-cost counselling service offers individuals a caring, non judgemental and confidential environment to express and explore issues that may be affecting you negatively.

For more info please visit -

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