Conditions

Anxiety and Panic

Anxiety disorders are increasingly common, and form are characterised by excessive nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worry.

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OCD

OCD is a term that is commonly misused, and is not a general term for those with a preference for orderliness in life.

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Depression

1 in 5 of us will suffer from depression at some point.  It’s not a choice, nor is it a sign of weakness.

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Self-harm

Despite the common stereotypes, self-harm is not ‘attention-seeking’. Many people will ‘suffer in silence’ for a long time, and it can be very hard to find the courage to ask for help. This may be due to feelings of shame and guilt, amongst other emotions.

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Long-term Health Conditions/Persistent Physical Symptoms

Persistent physical symptoms are not always able to be explained by medical professionals, and can go hand-in-hand with psychological difficulties such as low mood and anxiety.

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Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired Brain Injuries (ABIs) are injuries caused to the brain since birth, with many possible causes including head trauma from road traffic accidents, assaults, falls and accidents at home or work, in addition to concussion, tumour, stroke, haemorrhage, encephalitis, to name a few.

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Low Self-esteem

Often established in early life, or later on from damaging personal relationships, self-esteem affects everything that we do, and how we interact with the world around us.

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Insomnia

“You’ll feel better after a good night’s sleep” – Perhaps not entirely, but it certainly helps! Difficulty with getting off to sleep, disrupted sleep, and/or early-morning waking can interfere with multiple biological systems in our bodies.

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Stress

Stress is something that we will all experience at one time or another in our lives.

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