We are able to provide established, comprehensive treatment for a wide range of mental health conditions including:
Depression is a serious mental health condition, that is characterised by persistent, and often debilitating feelings of sadness. Whilst we can all feel ‘down’ and upset from time-to-time, people with a diagnosis of depression experience such devastating feelings of sadness that this affects how they think, behave, and function on a day-to-day basis.
At Priory Hospital Woking, we understand that living with depression can be very difficult, and many of the symptoms that are associated with this disorder, including feelings of hopelessness and despair, can often prevent people from seeking the expert depression support and treatment that they need. However, it’s important to recognise that your depression is unlikely to go away on its own, which is why it’s so important to seek professional help. At Woking, our depression treatment specialists are able to deliver high quality depression support, helping you to improve your mood and wellbeing, and take steps towards lifelong recovery.
Anxiety is a broad term that encompasses several severe and persistent mental health disorders, which are typically characterised by excessive worry and fear. Anxiety can manifest in a number of ways and ultimately impacts on how an individual thinks, feels and behaves. Although anxiety and worry are relatively normal human emotions, experiencing these emotions for a prolonged period of time can result in the development of an anxiety disorder that is hugely detrimental to health and wellbeing.
Anxiety can make even the smallest of tasks seem impossible, which often means that individuals who are struggling with this disorder don’t seek the help that they need in a timely manner. However, the good news is that anxiety is treatable; our anxiety treatment experts at Woking are committed to delivering specialist anxiety treatment to each and every one of our patients, empowering you to address your symptoms, develop sustainable coping mechanisms and return to a healthy and positive way of life.
Stress is experienced in response to extreme mental or emotional pressure, and unfortunately, is becoming increasingly common in today’s modern society. It is normal for everyone to experience stress on occasions, but it is important to identify when this is becoming more and more frequent, to the extent that it causes physical symptoms, emotional exhaustion, and becomes impossible to cope with.
Chronic stress can worsen over time and have an increasingly negative impact on your performance at work, relationships with others and your mental and physical wellbeing. However, you don’t have to struggle alone; our stress experts at Woking can teach you ways to manage stressful situations in healthier and more productive ways, reduce your stress symptoms, and improve your overall health and functioning.