Therapies for Depression in Southend-on-Sea, Essex

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Therapies for Depression

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We offer therapies for depression in Southend-on-Sea, Essex at The Body Matters. Therapy for depression is available from our clinic based in Leigh-on-Sea, in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. We also offer telephone & online support for depression. 

What is Depression?

Depression is classed as a low mood that lasts for weeks or months, affecting your daily life. Many people go through times when they feel down for a few days, but depression can last much longer and is not something that people can just pull themselves out of. Depression should not be taken lightly.

Depression affects different people in different ways which means there are a wide variety of symptoms. Some of the most common include:

  • Feeling tearful.
  • Feeling hopeless.
  • Continuous low mood.
  • Cannot concentrate or focus
  • Low self-esteem.
  • Finding no pleasure in things that you usually enjoy.
  • Feeling angry and irritable.
  • Reduced libido.
  • Insomnia.

Therapies for Depression at The Body Matters

Online Counselling & Talking Therapies

Our telephone and online counselling services are a range of talking therapies that involves one of our trained therapists listening to you and helping you to find ways to deal with any emotional issues you may have. These type of counselling services mean that you are able to receive the support that you need from anywhere and are an ideal alternative to the many obstacles that people will face when seeking out talking therapy.

Meditation for Depression

You might feel a bit sceptical that meditation can help. Depression typically involves a lot of dark thoughts, such as hopelessness and worthlessness, so spending more time inside your mind might seem counter-intuitive to what you want to achieve. However, meditation changes your response to this negative thinking, teaching you to pay attention to your thoughts without being critical of yourself, accepting them, then letting them go.

Hypnotherapy for Depression

Hypnotherapy can help a person learn to better control any feelings of anxiety, stress, and sadness. Hypnotherapy can also be used to treat any negative behaviours that could be worsening because of a person's depression. Contact us to find out more.

We are open with safe distancing and hygiene measures in place

The Body Matters clinic is currently open, by appointment only, with safe distancing and hygiene measures in place. We would love for you to continue using our services during this period. 

Remote consultations also available

We continue to offer remote consultations (if required) to provide our services without physical interaction.

Read our COVID-19 update for more information.

Make an enquiry

Call The Body Matters on 01702 714968 for more information about therapy for depression in Southend-on-Sea.

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Opening times

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We are open weekdays and Saturdays, with early morning and evening appointments available on request. We offer remote consultations to provide our services without physical interaction. We would love for you to continue using our services during this period.

To book an appointment phone 01702 714968 or click here to email