Depression and Anxiety Counselling in Reading

Depression and Anxiety Counselling in Reading

Depression & Anxiety Therapy

Everyone can feel sad, anxious or upset at times in their lives, sometimes these feelings can become unmanageable. According to the Mental Health Charity, Mind, in England, 1 in 6 people experience a common mental health problem such as Anxiety or Depression in any given week.

Everyone reacts differently to depression and anxiety. Both can affect your health, work performance and your personal relationships. By providing a safe and supportive environment I can help you to explore your feelings. Counselling and psychotherapy can help you understand yourself and your difficulties. It will assist you to create new ways of managing your feelings and allow you to live the life you deserve.

What are Depression and Anxiety?

Depression and anxiety often happen at the same time. Each condition has its own causes, but they may share similar symptoms and treatments. Some symptoms occur in both depression and anxiety, such as problems with lack of concentration, irritability and sleep issues, and. But there are several features that differentiate between the two.


Feeling down, unhappy, sad or upset is normal. Feeling that way for several days or weeks on end is concerning:
Emotional symptoms of depression include:
Anxiety, or panic and fear, can happen to anyone at any time too. For example, before a big occasion or important event. But chronic anxiety can interfere with your daily life:
Emotional symptoms of anxiety include:


How Can Michelle Eve Counselling Help Me Through Depression and Anxiety
Michelle Eve Counselling

Because each person and their situation are unique, I Use an integrative approach, my techniques include person-centred, psychodynamic and CBT based on your needs and what suits you best.  My consulting room is a safe space to help you make positive changes to enrich your life and discover new ways of living.

My approach to therapy is to work with clients in a non-prescriptive, supportive, respectful and non-judgemental environment to make sense of how you are feeling and the issues you are dealing with.