At Noosa Confidential we understand that depression is the outcome of a combination of lifestyle factors, negative psychological patterns, trauma, bio-chemical reactions and genetic predisposition.
How depression is managed will be dependent on the individual and their particular circumstances, however, depression and poor mental can be treated effectively using an integrated, whole-person approach.
At Noosa Confidential we have a comprehensive depression rehabilitation and treatment program that seeks to address all of these possible causes of depression in order to provide you with complete depression recovery.
As with all depression treatment solutions offered at Noosa Confidential, your program for recovery will be tailored to you and prescribed based on diagnostic and pathology testing.
Left untreated, depression can have a profound impact both on the person's mental and physical health. It is linked to an increased risk of substance abuse, reduced quality of life and work performance, anxiety disorders and other medical conditions.
Treating depression is critical. Left untreated, it has an economic cost for families in the form of lost productivity and healthcare interventions.
Depression comes with a wide range of symptoms and is typically characterised by a feeling of hopelessness. It may accompany self-loathing thoughts, overwhelm, negative self chatter and at its extreme, suicidal tendencies.
Feeling life is meaningless, has no purpose or point.
Changes in sleeping patterns, restlessness and insomnia.
Unable to speak with loved ones, reduced social activity.
Feeling sad, lonely, hopeless with nothing to contribute or offer to others.
Over or under eating, drug or alcohol use, gambling, excessive social media use and other behavioural symptoms.
Feeling unmotivated and unable to concentrate.
Our supportive team works with you to understand your depression and its symptoms.
From here we work with you to identify and address underlying causes of depression and achieve long lasting recovery. No two programs are alike however all include emphasis on mental health and physical wellbeing working hand in hand with improving relationships and emotional resilience.