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Confessions of a depressed psychologist: I’m in a darker place than my patients – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, 10 February, 2016

Confessions of a depressed psychologist: I’m in a darker place than my patients – Telegraph.co.uk

I became a psychologist because I have a natural nurturing tendency - I never dreamt I would be the vulnerable one. But 10 years ago I found myself suffering from an extremely severe episode of depression that lasted three months, left me unable to ...

 

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