Sydney CBD Depression Psychologist

Seeking the Services of a Depression Psychologist in Sydney CBD

Feeling sad or “down” at times is a normal response to certain situations such as disappointment, criticism, or rejection. Normal sadness does not significantly affect the way we function or our overall quality of life. Depression, on the other hand, is persistent and often requires treatment by a depression psychologist in Sydney CBD. Symptoms include a pervasive sense of despair, appetite or weight changes, loss of interest in things you usually enjoy, sleep problems, loss of energy, memory problems, or even suicidal thoughts. Depression counselling in Inner West Sydney can assist people in overcoming depression as well as teaching them strategies to avoid it going forward.

As a depression psychologist in Sydney CBD, I have over 25 years’ experience in clinical psychology. At two convenient locations (Sydney CBD and Hurlstone Park) I consult with clients with a variety of problems including depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more. If you are seeking depression counselling in Sydney CBD, don’t hesitate to contact me to discuss how therapy may help improve your symptoms.

When you receive depression treatment in Sydney at LMPsychology, your therapy will be tailored to address your personal experience and meet your unique needs. With evidence-based treatments and two convenient locations easily accessible by public transport, I can offer hope for people struggling with depression. Why not reach out to learn more about clinical depression treatments in Sydney and ask about after-hours and Saturday appointments to meet your needs?

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