Advice & Tips:
The right therapist is very very very very very difficult to find, but extremely effective if you can find him/her. It is often too stressful to go through the search, though. Especially for someone experiencing depression. I found a therapist who incorporated mindfulness meditation techniques and was very happy with her, but my insurance did not cover her. I may return to her at some point, but right now I am doing okay with my meditation practice and the meditation groups that I attend. Plus, my friends' support has been awesome for the last year.
(Self injury or harm, Social withdrawal, Self harm thoughts or urges)
A little hard to take
Advice & Tips:
Using the computer and its search engine on the internet I learnt a great deal about my problems, was able to self diagnose which was later ran by the doctor (psyciatrist) who confirmed my diagnosis.
Late I started using dialectal behaviour therapy using their daily diary/record sheets which in the end had a big impact on my daily life I was able to break from the confines of psycological withdrawal/isolation.
Now I am learning to mix with people again first on a small scale slightly increasing over a period of time.
This also impacts greatly on my lack of range of movement due to spinal damage and breathlessness due to the fybrosis.
< $25 monthly
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