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MENTAL HEALTH

If you suffer from mental health issues such as stress, depression or anxiety, you are definitely not alone. Mental health conditions are escalating in our society, with around 10 percent of Australians now suffering from depression. Studies show that eating disorders, insomnia, alcoholism, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease are also on the rise.

Depression and mental illness can often interfere with how you function on a day-to-day basis. Like any disease progression, mental health issues can be caused by a combination of nutritional, hormonal, environmental and hereditary factors. However, there is hope and there is help with natural medications and psychological therapies. Both modalities are proving to be very successful in treating mental illness and mood disorders.

 

At Darling Health, our practitioners can explore the underlying causes of your condition. A treatment plan is formulated that goes beyond the management of symptoms to promote long-term healing and improved overall outcomes.

 

Our Naturopath and Clinical Nutritionist, Carmen Cooper, is extremely passionate about aligning all body systems to address mood and sleep disorders. Carmen has extensive experience in treating anxiety, depression, mood disorders, insomnia, fatigue, postnatal depletion and adrenal fatigue. Carmen uses functional testing to investigate causes and imbalances. She confidently uses nutritional, lifestyle and herbal medicine alongside any prescription medications, and will work alongside your entire healthcare team.​ For more information on Carmen Cooper click here.

Our Psychologist, Jacqui Manning, is a highly experienced Psychologist who combines her natural warmth, intuition, extensive background in counselling, and tools such as energy psychology (meridian tapping), to help her clients get past any bump that may come their way. She believes seeing a psychologist is a proactive way to take care of your emotional health. For more information on Jacqui Manning click here.

Natural support for mental health
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