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Depression and Anxiety Treatment Programmes

Life Works – The leading specialist in depression treatment.

depression treatmentHere at Life Works we specialise in the treatment of Depression, we believe that recovery is always possible & provide the highest quality therapists around to help you.

If you are looking for help, support and treatment for depression, Life Works is the place for you. Our residential treatment centre offers an opportunity for individuals to immerse themselves in supportive & therapeutic environment.

Away from the stresses of everyday life, clients are safe to begin their recovery. The relaxing environment at our treatment facility helps speed the healing process and allows for more complete treatment.

If you are ready to start your depression or anxiety treatment, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression

Some of the common symptoms of depression include generalized sadness, loss of motivation, sleeping too much or too little and loss of energy throughout the day. Activities that you once enjoyed may no longer interest you. You may also feel empty and tearful most of the day. If you have experienced any combination of these symptoms of depression lasting two weeks or more, you may be suffering from clinical depression. Depression can be debilitating and life-threatening condition. If you have experienced thoughts of death or suicide, it is critical that you seek depression treatment immediately.

Some common symptoms of Anxiety include excessive and lasting worry, tension, restlessness, irritability headaches and nausea. As with depression, if you experience any of these symptoms for more than more than 2 weeks you should consider anxiety treatment.

If you are ready to start your anxiety or depression treatment, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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I think I need Depression treatment, how can Life Works help me?

Life Works’ anxiety and depression treatment can help put your life back on track, beginning with a full psychological assessment. Once your condition is evaluated, Life Works’ residential treatment plan includes a comprehensive therapy programme and full medical supervision. Removed from your daily stresses, you can begin your recovery in a therapeutic and safe environment. Life Works anxiety and depression treatment takes a holistic approach to help you understand your unique condition. We see beyond your symptoms of depression to analyse any co-occurring disorders like co-dependency or love addiction. This will help you achieve a healthy and full recovery. If you are ready to start your treatment at Life Works, call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

How can I start Depression treatment at Life Works?

Your journey of recovery begins with a phone call to one of our experienced and compassionate Life Works admission professionals. During your confidential call, they will evaluate your symptoms of depression and answer any questions you may have about Life Works’ depression treatment. If you are ready to begin your treatment, you can call Life Works depression and anxiety professionals at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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Learn More about Depression Treatment at Life Works

Life Works is part of the Priory Group of companies which offers treatment for depression and anxiety at hospitals and clinics across the UK. To find your nearest facility, click here.

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