CHANGE IS POSSIBLE
For many people being depressed can mean feeling sad, ‘blue’ down-hearted, disappointed, detached or upset. However, a person can feel all these things without being clinically depressed.
Living in a close relationship with another person can be both a source of comfort, support and joy, and also, at times, a source of distress, frustration and despair. We can help you come together.
Anxiety is an uncomfortable feeling of fear, or impending disaster. Anxiety disorders are the most common reason people come to see a psychologist. Anxiety is very common and is understood to affect one in 20 people.
Laurie Brotherstone Psychologist
Everyone has the right to feel valued and worthwhile and at some time in our lives we can all benefit from professional support and assistance in overcoming life’s hurdles.
Laurie provides counselling in key areas of psychological concern, including: anxiety and depression; relationship counselling; couples counselling; anger management; developing self-confidence; assertiveness training; trauma and PTSD; addictions (drug, alcohol, pornography); stress management; and overcoming barriers to change.