With the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all experiencing disruptions to how we occupy our time. Whether it be switching to…
Loneliness is not a mental health condition. However, some research suggests that loneliness is often associated with more serious mental health issues and manifests as a side effect of depression, anxiety and heightened stress.
The uncertainty caused by an evolving crisis can have a lasting impact on our mental health. While you may have feelings of stress, worry and anxiety, remember that these are emotions we are all facing together, and that you are not alone.
Remember, it’s your counselling, and together we will find the right approach for you.