We all experience and make sense of life in our own unique way, and therefore the challenges that life presents can affect a person’s mental health in a variety of ways. Often people are referred to a psychologist by their GP. It can be helpful to see a psychologist if you are: 

  • experiencing difficulty coping or feeling overwhelmed
  • struggling with low mood
  • worrying excessively or having panic attacks
  • frequently irritable or angry
  • feeling isolated and avoiding social activities
  • troubled by an addiction
  • wanting to change a problematic behaviour
  • feeling confused or troubled over a relationship