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Topic: #Depression #Student #CBT

Emotional level: Therapist [Neutral] Patient [low]


Therapist: Hi <BLANK>, nice to meet you. So I understand that you referred here by your GP because you've been feeling quite down recently.

Patient: Yeah, I thought I should. I've been feeling quite bad for quite a while, so I thought maybe it's time to see someone about it because I don't want to feel like this anymore

Therapist: From your notes I saw that you saw the DP about three months ago. How long have you been feeling down altogether?

Patient: Quite a few months before that as well, actually, but it's gotten pretty bad these past few months. That's kind of why I came.

Therapist: Okay, so has it got worse since you saw your?

Patient: Yeah.

Therapist: Okay. So tell me, how are things at the moment?

Patient: It kind of started just feeling a bit low and wound up about things, but I don't know just recently, I just can't really be bothered to do anything. I thought I kind of find it hard to get motivated for things and I want to be really want to be better, but it's just kind of reaching the hand. No, I just I want to do something about it.

Therapist: Okay, so you said that you're feeling really down really sad and you feel like you haven't got any motivation, ok and you haven't got any motivation, but it sounds like you're putting quite a lot of pressure on yourself to try and feel a bit better.

Patient: It's kind of hard as well because there's not really anyone to talk about something. Just kind of stay on my own trying to I don't hate to think about it, but

Therapist: so you say you've been quite isolated,

Patient: there's not many people around no one I can talk to about it. I don't understand anyway.

Therapist: Okay so I'm just gonna try and find out a little bit more about you so I understand that you're an english student at uni and you live away from home with some friends. Is that right?

Patient: Okay.

Therapist: So you don't you don't live far from the uni but you say you feel like you live with your friends but you don't feel like you can talk to them.

Patient: Yeah I mean they're lovely. I get on really well with them but I don't know I just recently whenever they want to go out and stuff I just I don't want to bring them down, I can't understand what I'm going to kind of, they don't make fun of how I feel but they don't really understand what it's like. I don't want to go out with them and bring them down and stuff.

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