Postnatal Depression Counselling in Kent
If you feel that things can’t go on and that you might have postnatal depression contact me. If you are feeling anxious and afraid one minute, depressed another, call me for an appointment. It will help you to talk to someone who understands and is outside of your situation.
If you can’t think straight and are finding it very difficult to cope, I am here and want to help. If you are feeling guilty about your thoughts and negative feelings I can help you find a way out of it. You will recieve compassion and careful plan forward.
As a postnatal depression counsellor in Canterbury I am able to offer you structured support and guide you throigh the first steps of your recovery. You need not feel alone with this. I am on standby should you wish to call me.
Post Natal Depression Counselling in Canterbury
Your thoughts and feelings will first be helped back into a manageable state. You will be helped to relax and shown how achieve a better quality of sleep. We will work on helping you lift your mood. You will be shown some simple techniques to help you imporove your life out of the session that work. Postnatal Depression Counselling in Canterbury is here to help you to understand your resorces and get the most out of them.
Possible Symptoms for Postnatal Depression
- Low mood for long periods of time (a week or more)
- Feeling irritable for a lot of the time
- Panic attacks or feeling trapped in your life
- Difficulty concentrating
- Lack of motivation
- Lack of interest in yourself and your new baby
- Feeling lonely
- Feeling guilty, rejected or inadequate
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Feeling unable to cope
- Difficulty sleeping and feeling constantly tired
- Signs of tension, e.g. headaches, stomach pains or blurred vision
- Lack of appetite
- Reduced sex drive
If you are concerned about your own or someone else’s Postnatal Depression call
01227 290 098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for appointment with a fully quality
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What is Postnatal Depression
Postnatal Depression is a form of clinical depression that can affect women, and less frequently men, after childbirth. Studies report rates among women from 5% to 25%, but methodological differences among the studies make the actual prevalence rate unclear. Postnatal depression occurs in women after they have carried a child, usually in the first few months, and may last up to several months or even a year.
Symptoms include sadness, fatigue, changes in sleeping and eating patterns, reduced libido, crying episodes, anxiety, and irritability. Although a number of risk factors have been identified and the causes are not well understood, help is available.
Recovery from Postnatal Depression is Achievable
Many women recover with a treatment programme of postnatal depression counselling. It might consist of just counselling or, in some cases, anti-depressant medication. Postnatal Depression (PND) can affect women in different ways.
Among men, in particular new fathers, the incidence of postnatal depression has been estimated to be between 1.2% and 25.5%.
A professional counselling service from a fully qualified Psychological counsellor within easy reach of Canterbury, Herne Bay, Dover, Folkestone, Deal, Whitstable, Minster, Sittingbourne, Ashford, Faversham, Whitfield, Sandwich. Three minute walk from Canterbury East Station.
Suffering from Postnatal Depression Symptoms may not necessarily mean you are depressed as some of these symptoms affect women after childbirth anyway. If in any doubt speak with your GP as PND can interfere with your day-to-day life. You might feel unable to look after your baby, or feel too anxious to leave the house or keep in touch with friends.
Many mothers do not recognise that they have PND, and do not talk to family and friends about how they are really feeling. It is important for partners, family members and friends to recognise the signs of PND at an early stage and to seek professional advice as soon as possible.
For a private consultation with a fully qualified Psychological therapist call 01227 290 098
Available now are Psychiatric Assessments in Harley Street London please contact me for more information.
Some women who have PND have frightening thoughts when they think about their baby. This is quite common, affecting about half of all women with the condition. You may also have frightening thoughts about yourself. If your thoughts are overpowering be sure that you speak with a professional as soon as possible.