Low mood boost
We all have times in our everyday lives when we feel down and a bit lost.
You’re not alone, it’s normal and I’m here help.
Low Mood Explained
According to the NHS definition, Low mood manifests itself by you feeling ‘anxious or panicky. If you’re experiencing Low mood, you may feel more tired than usual or have trouble sleeping. Maybe you’re experiencing emotions such as sadness, anger, frustration or irritability and you might even feel that your confidence has taken a bit of a knock.
Low mood differs from Depression, in that it’s usually possible to boost your mood by making small, manageable changes to your life yourself. In the case of Depression, which is characterised by persistent sadness, medical advice from a practicing Clinician should be sought.
My Low Mood Boost therapy will show you how to recognise and manage your everyday moods more effectively. We will draw inspiration from Eastern and Ancient philosophies and practices and learn how to enact powerful, but simple change, to improve your overall mood.
Mental Wellness, Physical Wellness, Soul Wellness