Mental Health

Mental health relates to the level of your psychological well-being. An adequate level of emotional and behavioural functioning is crucial to good mental health.

Mental Health and Mental Illness Stress
Financial Stress
Moving Stress
Parental and Family Stress
Chronic Illness, Disease, Sickness, and Pandemic Stress
Divorce, Breakup, Heartbreak, Grief, and Amicable Separation

Stress Contributors

Mental health issues are, usually, less severe than chronic mental illnesses. However, such stressors can still impact your wellbeing.

What are some causes of stress?

  • Burnout

  • Financial strain

  • Parental/guardian responsibilities

  • Relationship issues

  • Divorce/amicable separation

  • Moving

  • Loss of a job

  • Loss of a loved one

  • Living with a chronic illness/disablity

  • Caring for a loved one

  • Experiencing predjudice/opression


A healthy wellbeing is important for everyone, even if you have no underlying mental illness or disorder.

Mental Illness

There are various mental illnesses that we can help you with:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Schizophrenia

  • Personality disorders

Anxiety and depression are the two most common mental illnesses people experience.


Anxiety is characterised by excessive worry, uneasiness, fear, dread, and avoidance behaviour. Anxiety can cause inner turmoil that debilitates your wellbeing and everyday function.


Depression causes you to feel flat or down, acompanied by a loss of enjoyment in favourite hobbies and activities. Depression can also contribute to sleep issues, leaving you constantly tired and with a loss of energy and motivation.

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, causes severe high and low moods that can disrupt your sleep, energy levels, thinking, and behaviour. Bipolar disorder causes periods of elevated mood, excessive energy, and even psychosis, coupled with periods of feeling depressed and a sense of hopelessness.

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder in which you experience abnormalities in your reality. It can result in psychosis: such as hallucinations, delusions, and distortion in thinking and behaviour. This  impairs your ability to function on a daily basis.

Personality disorders are long-term patterns of dysfunctional thinking, behaviour, and emotion that is severe and inflexible. It causes distress, and makes functioning in everyday life challenging. You may struggle changing behaviours, adapting to situations, and maintaining healthy relationships.

How can Inspiring Solutions help?

We help you develop a pathway to recovery by identifying solutions to challenges that are interfering with your daily life. We aim to alleviate and manage stressors, and help you harness inner strength, by teaching suitable coping strategies.

We are registered, trained, and qualified professional counsellors, with the expertise to help you heal through difficult times. We use evidence-based practices to identify strategies appropriate to your needs, ensuring that the right care is given to help you accomplish your goals, and help you become healthy and happy.