Counseling for Depression

Depressive disorders are some of the most common reasons people turn to us for help.

After meeting with you and assessing your symptoms, our experienced clinicians have a variety of research based approaches to help you or your child relieve symptoms associated with depression. Regain your energy, focus, positive outlook, and learn the tools needed to feel a greater sense of control over your thoughts and feelings. Some more common depressive disorders we treat include Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Premenstrual Depressive Disorder, and Postpartum Disorder.

16.2 million

An estimated 16.2 million adults in the U.S. had at least one major depressive episode in a given year

  Body

Aches and pains

Lack of energy or interest

Headaches, Back Pain

Disinterest in Intimacy

Feeling drained or lethargic

  Thoughts/Emotions

Feeling down, Hopelessness

Loneliness, Numb

Unable to experience happiness

Negative self talk “I am worthless

I am unloved, etc.”

Blank mind or ruminating

Self-defeating thoughts

Agitated mood

Feelings of being on autopilot

  Behavioral Symptoms

Sleeping too much or too little

Eating too much or too little

Distance in relationships

Avoiding activities that you once enjoyed

Explosive reactions

Lack of self-care

Decrease in performance at school, work, or activities

Operating on Autopilot

Avoiding school, work, or activities

Using substances to cope

Don’t let depression take away your happiness.

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