Most people will experience feelings of sadness, disappointment, and frustration at different times. Often the feelings go away naturally. Sometimes, however, these feelings persist and may affect one’s daily functioning.  Family relationships may become strained, work or school performance may decline, and there may be a change in sleep patterns, appetite, and/or sex drive.

Whether you are clinically depressed, or struggling with “the blues,” hopelessness and low self-esteem may become your companions.  One does not have to struggle alone. There is hope.

At Viewpoint Counselling Psychology we would like to share some strategies to help you address the symptoms of depression and to give you the confidence to face the future.


“Feelings are like waves, we can’t stop them from coming but we can choose which one to surf.”

Jonatan Martensson