Video Therapy Course for Depression #4

The ASMR Psychologist
Published 5 years ago

This is the 4th video in this video therapy course for Depression. In this video we are going to look at the thoughts that are fuelling your depression.
If you watched the last video you will have hopefully spent the last few days trying to do activities that give you a sense of achievement. Keep going with this, improvements in your mood may take a few weeks to come, but they will if you persevere.
The way that we think about things has a big impact on the way that we feel. When we are depressed our thoughts become very negative and self critical. In this video I will talk you through how to get hold of your self critical internal voice, the best time to try and access it and I will also give you some examples of what you can expect to find.
This can be quite tricky as this train of thought will feel very familiar and strangely comfortable as it will very much fit in with your depression, so you may not have particularly noticed or questioned it before.

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