Mental Health Counselling

Mental Health CounsellingMental Health issues can happen to anyone; no one is invulnerable. They affect male and female, people of all ages, races, and social classes. Mental health issues take many different forms depending on the individual, and can look different in different people. They affect the person’s thoughts, feelings, attitudes and behaviors. Some individuals don’t feel that they have a problem while the family see the symptoms. Some seek effective early intervention and treatment while others try to cope alone. Some seek drugs and alcohol to deal with their symptoms. Some use their medications in conjunction with drugs and alcohol. Some being treated decide to go off their medication without professional consultation. The best treatment is early intervention and treatment, monitoring and re-evaluation. However help is available at any time.

Some common signs and symptoms are:

  • Changes in mood
  • Fears
  • Anxiety
  • Panic
  • Obsessions
  • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
  • Substance Misuse & Dependency
  • Agitation
  • There are many approaches and courses of action in effectively treating Mental Health and Addiction concerns. Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with your counselling therapist offers highly effective support.