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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Counselling Wolverhampton

Psychological Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Associated Symptoms

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) causes persistent fatigue (exhaustion) that affects everyday life and doesn’t seem to go away with adequate sleep or rest.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is also known as ME, which stands for myalgic encephalomyelitis. It is considered a serious condition that can cause long-term illness and disability, but the majority of people, in particular younger sufferers, will improve over time.

Who is Affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

It is estimated that around 250,000 people in the UK may have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and anyone can develop the condition, although it is reported to be more common in women than men.

It usually develops in people in the 20 to 40 age range although children can also be affected.

Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Although most cases of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are classified as mild or moderate, one in four people can develop more severe symptoms.

  • Mild CFS – you’re generally able to care for yourself, but may need occasional days off work to rest
  • Moderate CFS – you may find moving difficult, have disturbed sleep patterns and may need to sleep in the afternoon
  • Severe CFS – you may have difficulty concentrating on anything other than very basic tasks and feel like you have a significantly reduced mobility

Other common symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may include:

  • Muscular pain, joint pain and severe headaches
  • Poor short-term memory and concentration
  • Stomach pains and other problems similar to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • A sore throat
  • A sensitivity or intolerance to bright light or loud noises
  • Dizziness

What Causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Although the actual cause seems to be unknown, there are various theories including:

  • Viral or bacterial infection
  • Immune system problems
  • Hormone Imbalance
  • Psychological causes

As with all other conditions, we recommend that you first consult your GP about your CFS before you make an appointment to come into see us. It is important to rule out any of the biological causes before embarking on a psychological solution.

Transform Your Thinking & Overcome Chronic Fatigue

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If you’re committed to overcoming your CFS problems then we highly recommend following either our Advanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy course with Paul, or the Changing Limiting Beliefs (CLB) Programme with Joan.

Both the CBT course and Changing Limiting Beliefs approach are highly successful & pragmatic psychological training programmes, run over 10 sessions, that will teach you everything you need to know to understand your problem, identify how unhelpful thinking and limiting beliefs might be reinforcing the issue, and then show you how to make any changes to your unhelpful thinking styles or maladaptive safety behaviours that you may have developed as part of your coping strategies.

Our CBT programme is an evidence-based, research supported approach used by mental healt practitioners around the World.

FREE Initial Consultations for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

We offer all prospective clients a FREE initial assessment to chat about your chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). During this 50 minute consultation we will discuss the various options that are available to you and make a considered recommendation based on your individual personal circumstances.

At TranceForm we believe that therapy & coaching should be a collaboration between therapist and client so it’s very important to be able to meet PRIOR to agreeing any kind of help. Our policy is to help people make a fully balanced & considered decision about undertaking therapy with us, including both the financial and personal implications.

Page Author - Paul Lee BSc. Honours

Page Author - Paul Lee BSc. Honours

Current Page: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

This page was authored by Paul Lee Bachelor of Science (honours) Psychology and Social Psychology. All content is cross-edited by Dr. Justina Somal PhD (British Psychological Society) for accuracy and operational validity.

For most mental health issues we recommend following our 10 session Tranceformental CBT Programme (an advanced version of conventional Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) to overcome a wide range of mental health and behavioural problems.

CBT is a proven form of therapy for developing a fundamental level of understanding into the dynamics of your problem, but also for learning new coping skills and strategies for sustainable change over your life.

The full course costs £695 which you can pay for on our fees page - don't forget we offer a FREE initial consultation to all prospective clients.

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