The winding road through my encounters with therapy while dealing with burnout and depression. My GP I referred me to a treatment center specialized in dealing with burnout and anxiety. First there was the intake… September 2018. During the intake I was asked questions from a questionnaire to scan for burnout and to differentiate … Continue reading The winding road of therapy. Depression and burnout. Part 5.
Dear reader, today we arrive in the present time. My encounter with therapy due to burnout and depression. As I did write before, at the age of 16 a GP talked to me about having symptoms of depression. During college I sought help and was in counseling for two years. (If you like to … Continue reading The winding road of therapy. Depression and burnout. Part 4.
In the previous parts I described my teenage years and young adult life. At 16 a GP told me hesitant that she thought in the direction of a possible depression. I refused that diagnosis and any medications that possibly would come with that. In college I struggled in silence, almost mute, through an internship and … Continue reading The winding road of therapy. Part 3.
In my previous post I wrote about my teenage years. When I was sad, my mother took me to her GP but I refused to accept any diagnosis and rebelled. I decided to be happy from that day on. Once high school days came to an end, I decided to study psychology at uni. How … Continue reading The winding road of therapy. Part 2.
When your life doesn’t work out, what do you do? When you feel something is not quite right but you can’t pinpoint what it is. When you keep wondering how other people manage to cope with life but you’re too afraid to ask. When you do hesitantly talk about it to your friends, you … Continue reading The winding road of therapy. Part 1.