Counselling Service


Feeling Low

It's normal to feel down or sad in response to life events, but if it persists and starts to disrupt your enjoyment of life in the longer term, it's a good idea to talk to someone about it. About one in four of us will experience some kind of mental health problem during the course of a year and the chances are that it will be anxiety and, or, depression. Depression affects different people in different ways, but common symptoms are tiredness, loss of appetite, no longer enjoying things that you used to enjoy, irritability and avoiding social interaction.

If you think that you, or someone you know, may be suffering from depression you can find out more from:

Students against depression

Blue pages

The following sites offer online information and coaching in how to manage your mood:

Silvercloud

E-couch

Moodjuice

If you need to talk to someone out of hours, try:

Kooth.com - offering on-line support for young people aged 19 years and under living in Manchester.

Nightline

The Sanctuary

The Samaritans

If you would like to talk to a counsellor about your mood, book an appointment to see one of our trained profesionals.

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