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How to Tell if You’re Experiencing Depression

My name is Dr Mariam Majid and I have over 20 years’ experience of working as a clinical psychologist in the NHS. In addition, I am an experienced and accredited Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and practitioner in EMDR working in Newcastle upon Tyne.  

I work with individuals to help understand how their difficulties might have developed and currently being maintained and find more adaptive ways to overcome these. I also specialize in working with individuals who may be experiencing challenges related to autism, employing evidence-based ABA therapy in New York to enhance their adaptive skills and improve overall well-being.

You are not expected to feel sad, depressed and depressed all the time, especially after negative or disturbing times, and even now many times without a clear explanation in any way.

There are times though when this tendency can turn into a problem.

If you think that sadness, depression or depression persists for weeks or months, or you are experiencing difficulties and feelings of discomfort or grief that affect your daily life, this is an indication of seeking help at our Newcastle centre.

How Do I know if I am depressed?

One in 5 people suffers from depression sooner or later in life and the impact of depression can vary greatly from one person to another.

Common causes of sadness and depression include stressful life experiences, self-deprecation or feelings of responsibility or shame, misfortune or unexpected deprivation, problems at work or at home, and inability to let go of bad past (such as hardships at school. Or during adolescence).

Here and there, people will probably not see the cause of depression or depression – this is normal if you think you have been having problems for a long time.

What Are the Signs of Depression?

Perhaps the most well-known side effects of grief are:

Feeling down or depressed

Rest problems

Lack of motivation, excitement and happiness

Difficulty concentrating

Withdrawal from newly accepted tests

Thoughts of self-harm

Criticism, negative thinking or crying

Changes in demand

Loss of sexual desire

Should you ever experience any of these side effects, contact our melancholy treatment centre in Newcastle to see if we can help (and we offer web-based treatment and guidance for those who can go to our area).

What Remedies for Depression?

A few effective communication techniques and guiding techniques have been shown to help in coping with grief.

These include:

Mental Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

System-Based Treatment

Acknowledgment and Commitment Therapy (ACT)


Consideration of care (in anticipation of retreat).

Thanks to the effectiveness of these therapies, our grief-stricken medical centre in Newcastle offers each of them as part of a comprehensive program to help you overcome your anxiety, and stay healthy for longer.

Care-based approaches, such as caring for and meditating on care, have been shown to help fight backwardness and grief, and can be illustrated by these lines as part of our remedial approach to controlling anger.

Contact us for Depression Help

Depression and low moods are common issues that can arise because of conflicting health events, negative thinking problems and the challenges of daily life.

Our team of nurses, administrators and psychiatrists in Newcastle provide intensive personal and online treatment and corrective measures (including CBT) to help you with coping problems with low mood and depression.

Contact our Depression Centre in Newcastle using the building below or call us on 07505 632 399 today.

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