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Depression and Low Mood

Generally low mood and depression includes, sadness, feeling anxious or panicky, worried, tired, sense of low self-esteem, frustration and anger.

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Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Anxiety is when you feel uneasy, worried or are fearful. We all feel anxious at some point in our lives. Anxiety can sometimes become a problem when it is ongoing.

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Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence

Self-confidence and self-esteem are very different. People normally find it easier building their self-confidence than their self-esteem.

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Abuse

Abuse includes domestic violence, rape and sexual assault. Abuse can be defined as any behaviour towards someone that causes deliberate harm or upset can be considered as abuse.

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Self-Harm

Self-harm is when an individual intentionally damages or injures their body. It is usually when an individual finds it difficult coping with or is expressing overwhelming emotional distress.

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Anger

Anger is one of the most basic human emotions. It is a physical and mental response to a threat or harm done in the past.

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Addiction

Addiction refers to a difficulty in controlling certain repetitive behaviours to the extent that they have harmful consequences.

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Attachment

The attachment experience affects personality development and the ability to form good stable relationships throughout life.

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Loss and Grief

Coping with the loss of someone or something you love is one of life’s biggest challenges. Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming.

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Trauma and PTSD

When you experience a threatening or traumatic event, your nervous system responds by triggering the fight, flight, or freeze response.