If people suffer from an emotionally unstable or negatively charged mood, they often lack the motivation to take care of their own health. Nutrition, sports and the quality of life can suffer and result in physical complaints. Due to the connection by the autonomic nervous system, these interactions become explicable and must be considered coherently.
Conversely, physical limitations will affect the psyche in the long run. If hobbies and everyday life can no longer be mastered, the person quickly becomes frustrated. This can cause a depressive mood by increasing the autonomic imbalance. The person distances himself from his environment, social contacts atrophy, and life takes an unhappy turn.
As is already known from numerous scientific studies, conversational psychotherapy can counteract the following complaints: Affective disorders (such as depression and bipolar disorder), anxiety and adjustment disorders, and physical illness.
Depression and/or constant brooding is something that affects many people, but is often underestimated in its impact on the life of the person as well as in the family environment. Especially when parents are affected, the children and the spouse often suffer as well. Especially children have problems to understand the complicated emotional world of the ill person and relate the mood to themselves and feel guilty. Such a constellation can lead to serious problems in the family structure but also for the future of the children. Here one should not stand idly by, but actively seek help. If one finds the source of the problem, a solution is also possible in most cases. This also applies, and perhaps even more so, to postpartum depression. Here, an attitude of reproach or the development of feelings of guilt is not uncommon and should not be accepted. There are various ways of stabilizing mood and emotions in a positive way.
The following focus areas are offered at “mental health management”: