Regain control of your life by seeing a depression psychologist on the Gold Coast with Alegna Solutions.

Depression is relatively common amongst Australians of all ages, both men and women. According to the ABS, depression will affect one in every seven people at some point during their lives. Everyone has their blue days, but if you find yourself feeling low for long stretches of time, you may be suffering from depression and need the help of a psychologist. 

Signs of depression can include one or more of the following:

  • Avoiding socialising
  • Not leaving the house
  • Withdrawing from close family and friends
  • Losing motivation at work
  • Relying on drugs, alcohol, food or pharmaceuticals
  • Not enjoying your usual hobbies and interests
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Feeling overwhelmed and exhausted
  • Feeling irritable, frustrated, angry or disappointed
  • Feeling worthless or desperate
  • Change of appetite and rapid weight gain or weight loss
  • Sleep problems
  • Headaches and muscle pains

If any of these symptoms are having an adverse effect on your life, then making an appointment with a psychologist on the Gold Coast with Alegna Solutions may be a critical first step in regaining the happy, healthy life you deserve.

At Alegna Solutions on the Gold Coast, our psychologists have a special professional interest in helping clients who are suffering from depression. Using a variety of proven techniques, we help our clients to change their thinking and behaviour patterns, replacing unhealthy thoughts and feelings with positive responses and actions. You can read more about each psychologist’s individual approaches here.

We aim to make treatment and therapy as comfortable and accessible as possible. Potential clients should be aware that they may be eligible for a Medicare rebate upon referral from a GP; we also work with several private health funds. For more information, or to make an appointment with a depression psychologist on the Gold Coast at Alegna Solutions, please contact us on 1300 304 385.

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