Counselling – Your Questions Answered


Dr Lisa Dvorjetz reviews counselling and how it can help should an independent professional be needed to work through the understandable mental health problems that can arise from living with ME/CFS or from caring for someone with the condition.

We all need support from time-to-time and while we can find it from family and friends, there are times  when independent counselling can be helpful. Speaking to a professional who can work with you on emotional problems is nothing to be ashamed of and can prove essential.

While the ME Association regards ME/CFS as being primarily a physical condition, caused and perpetuated by an underlying disease process, learning how to cope with the inevitable mental anguish can help to make daily life that bit easier. Professional counselling and therapy can help you learn how to accept, adapt, and to reach an accommodation with your disability.

Telephone Helpline

The ME Association telephone helpline – ME Connect – is available every day of the year, during the hours of 10am-12noon, 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Please phone: 0344 576 5326 if you have any questions or would simply like to talk to someone who is there to listen.

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