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Depression: Not just for girls?

Tuesday, 21 February 2017. Posted in Depression

Depression: Not just for girls?

Why are men more likely to commit suicide than women? Is it because they are less likely to seek help or is due to biological reasons? Here we look at two sides of the emerging debate. Depression is often thought of as ...

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Depression

Wednesday, 18 January 2017. Posted in Depression

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Depression

Depression is among the most common of mental health problems, estimated to affect one in ten adults at some point in their life. However, emerging evidence suggests that we may not understand depression as well as we might have thought. Here ...

Depression in Neurological Disorders

Monday, 14 November 2016. Posted in Depression

Under Diagnosed and Undertreated?

Depression in Neurological Disorders

Here, Dr Joe Vattakatuchery discusses how common it is for those with a neurological condition, such as Parkinson’s or MS, to also have depression. Dr Vattakatuchery is a Senior Consultant Psychiatrist, with an MSc is Clinical Neuropsychiatry. Dr Vattakatuchery has special ...

New Clinical Partner – Doug Vaughan

Wednesday, 11 January 2012. Posted in Depression

We are delighted to announce a new Clinical Partner – Doug Vaughan. Doug is an integrative psychotherapist who specialises in treating adults and young adults from the age of 17 with alcohol and substance abuse, depression and anxiety. Many of the team have ...

A guide to managing debt if you are suffering from depression, anxiety of bipolar

Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Bipolar Disorder, Depression

Debt creates problems on many levels but if mental health issues are involved some special advice may be needed. This is a link to Martin Lewis’s booklet created by him and a number of charities including: Mind, Rethink, CAPUK for people with ...

Understanding depression - why treatment is important

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Depression

Depression has such a vast range from mild single episodes to long-term treatment resistant depression and from Post-Natal Depression through to Bi-polar affective disorder. It is a complex area and there are many forms of treatment available. To ensure that you receive the right treatment for you - specialist help is required.

Identifying some types and symptoms of depression ‘Depression’ covers a wide range of issues and disorders. ‘I’m depressed’ might mean that a relationship isn’t going terribly well, it could mean that you feel worthless, or it could describe a series of unpredictable ...

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