Anxiety and Depression
When we feel disconnected from ourselves, unable to express and fulfil our needs and wants we can become anxious.
Anxiety is when this becomes a permanent ‘state’, with no apparent way out.
It can lead to panic attacks and OCD. Depression can seem like a bottomless pit of hopelessness, exhaustion and apathy.
The main antidote - connection to ourselves and others - not only seems impossible, but even undesirable: a real sense of ‘what’s the point’.
Just as anxiety and depression is individually experienced, so the treatment needs to be tailored within this framework.