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Psychology Services

People living with chronic kidney disease can at times experience a range of difficult thoughts and feelings including;

  • shock, worry and disbelief
  • stress, anxiety and panic
  • sadness, grief, anger, fear and low mood

Emotions can be overwhelming and start impacting your everyday life.

Your loved ones can also struggle with not knowing how they can help.

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Renal Psychologist

Is part of your kidney health team, and is there to provide support and practical strategies to help you adjust to living with kidney disease.

If you would like to talk with us please ask your kidney doctor for a referral. It is a free and confidential service.

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