The other day I found an interesting article on the legacy of Prozac by the BBC. It underlines the fact that talking therapies are just as good as anti-depressants for treating depression, and have fewer unwanted side-effects.

I am posting the article here for you to take a look at, to see what you think:

I feel that mild to moderate cases of depression can be best treated by working through and addressing the issues that are causing the individual distress within a safe and supportive counselling environment. Sometimes a combination of medication and counselling can work for a particular Client.

Life is full of ups and downs and when you are feeling down and depressed counselling can help build resilience, and coping strategies to get you through the tough times life inevitably throws at us. Depression can be a normal reaction to an unusual or shocking occurance in our life that is hard to deal with, it is NOT a sign of weakness.

For more information about depression check out this informative article from the Counselling Directory:

If you would like to find out more about counselling to help with your depression please get in touch on 01442 825334 or e-mail me at for a chat.

All the best


Published by The Meditative Counsellor

As a fellow survivor and qualified registered therapist, I help women with difficult mothers feel better about themselves by providing a safe space for them to heal from their trauma and pain. My blog is dedicated to my thoughts, experiences and work in helping women to heal from their mother wounds and assisting women to find healthy support networks. I strongly believe that I have a duty to share my knowledge to empower women like you, to improve your mental health and wellbeing through holding a safe space for you to heal, providing therapy to hear you, so you can understand yourself, and education to give you the tools to empower yourself. If you would like to work with me do get in touch via the contact page or at

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