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Menopause Cafe Glasgow City Centre

 Menopause Cafe Glasgow City Centre   We are excited to announce that we will be hosting monthly Menopause Cafe Glasgow City Centre at our offices in West Regent Street, Glasgow city centre on conjunction with our other practices!! If you're interested in coming along to a Menopause Cafe, see information in the original post below. We have set up a new Facebook page for Menopause Cafe Glasgow City Centre too, so it would be great if you could like or follow that too. Feel free to get in touch via the details below if you would like more information about Menopause Cafe Glasgow City Centre or want to be added to our mailing list and we will get in touch with you once we have a date for our first group meeting. You can also follow/like us on our new Facebook page (X page currently being set up) here: https://www.facebook.com/menopausecafeglasgowcitycentre
  Signs and Symptoms of Depression    Of course, everyone's experience of low mood and depression is different; owever, the poster below can help us to spot some of the signs and symptoms of depression in either ourselves or others.    Think about the changes you have noticed in yourself or in someone you know or care about who might be experiencing low mood or depression. How have you/they changed? What are you/they doing more/less of than before? Have you/they developed unhelpful ways of coping? What other things have you noticed in yourself/another? Might it be low mood or depression?    If you need some support or someone to talk to about feeling depressed, low, sad, angry, hurt, confused, anxious, bereaved, hurt, distressed or anything else that is causing you challenge or difficulty at the moment, please know our psychotherapists, counsellors and dietitians are here to support you in making changes and working towards improving life.    Appointments are available on a weekly

Physical Implications of Bulimia

BULIMIA NERVOSA   Eating disorders affect physical and psychological health, emotional wellbeing, social life, work, education, relationships and so much more.   While many of the clients we work with, and have worked with, express and talk about how, for example, Bulimia affects their mental health, emotional wellbeing and social life, they also often disregard or are unaware of the physical implications of Bulimia Nervosa.   Bulimia is a serious condition and it's really important to take note of the possible physical implications - both short-term and long-term - too.   The infographic below illustrates some of the potential physical risks associated with Bulimia.   If you need some support or someone to talk to about Bulimia or any other eating disorder/disordered eating, our psychotherapists, counsellors and dietitians are here to support you in making changes and working towards recovery. We can support you with any non-eating disorder problems and concerns too.   Appointment

Just sending you all a wee reminder today.....

  Just sending you all a wee reminder today.....       Get Support Here: www.eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk www.glasgowanxietydepression.co.uk www.glasgowtherapyrooms.co.uk