Depression Treatment Brisbane

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Around 1 in 16 Australians are currently experiencing depression, according to statistics released by non-profit depression, suicide, anxiety and mental illness organisation Beyond Blue.

It is a real condition that many Australian battles are impacted by through friends and family that have depression. One in seven Australians will experience depression at some point in their lives.

Fortunately, there is assistance available. And more and more people are seeking support for depression with around half of all Australians seeking treatment. You don’t have to suffer in silence, there is discrete and effective treatment options available through Positive Psychology.

Depression treatments and categories

Clinical depression

Do you find yourself in a low mood most of the time? Do you feel like you are lacking energy, losing passion for the things you love to do and withdrawing from daily life? Clinical depression can lead to severe impairment on a person’s ability to be able to live their life and it often doesn’t go away without proper treatment.

Persistent depressive disorder

There doesn’t always have to be deep levels of sadness involved in this mental illness. This form of depression, also known as dysthymia, tends to be more long term and involves a lack of interest in life and productivity. It can extend for years without proper treatment and lead to low self-esteem, feelings of hopelessness, poor sleep patterns and more.

Bipolar disorder

Not all forms of this illness involve just feelings of sadness. This is when you may experience dramatic mood swings that include extremely depressive lows and manic, ecstatic highs as well. Treatment can help you stabilise and centre your moods for greater control over your life.

Postnatal depression

Childbirth is an extremely challenging time for any woman and feelings of sadness shortly after giving birth are common. But when this sadness extends past the early days it can be a sign of postnatal depression that can lead to feelings of inadequacy, an inability to engage or connect with your child, tears, sleepless nights, anxiety and more. There is support available.

Situational depression

Often, these cases can be triggered by a significant life event like the loss of a loved one, serious illness, separation from a partner, abusive relationships, an inability to find employment and other events. This form is not something that will just go away by itself in time, we can provide the right support and depression treatment to ensure you can get back to a fulfilling life.