Depression is a common condition that can be serious and affects individuals of all ages. Most people will first experience depression in their late teens or early adulthood, and if it goes untreated, it can greatly impact your life. When depression is left undiagnosed or untreated, the likelihood of suicidal thoughts and self-harm can increase and threaten your sense of well-being. Seeking depression therapy is crucial to improving your quality of life and can help you lead a more positive, balanced life. All individuals deserve to live a life of joy, fulfillment, and happiness. I’m here to help you identify tools to cope with depression and recenter your thoughts from negative to positive.
Living with depression can often make one feel sad and empty, and can affect eating and sleeping patterns. Individuals who live with depression may also encounter altered thinking, typically for long periods of time. If you experience one or more of these symptoms, know that you are not alone and treatment is available. Regardless of your unique situation or age, depression therapy is a way to combat your depression and live the life you deserve.
Most people experiencing depression feel as if they have a black cloud hanging over their head, and even when something positive happens, it may go unnoticed. Simple daily activities such as getting out of bed and bathing seem strenuous and impossible. Other times, daily life stressors can become too much to handle and make a person feel more hopeless, helpless, and alone. These feelings of hopelessness come naturally with depression, but there are ways to combat these emotions. depression therapy helps individuals through their journey, and helps rebuild your happiness, one step at a time.
People experiencing depression often feel shame and will retreat to being by themselves. More often than not, some people may develop unhealthy coping strategies in an attempt to feel “better.” In some cases, depression can lead people to consider suicide. Although depression can be serious, there is hope and you will feel better. Through evidence-based techniques, we will work together to identify what’s holding you back and develop tools to help you cope with depression. During our sessions, we’ll explore various therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and Person Centered Therapy.
Reach out today for help so you can begin to identify unhealthy thoughts and begin to develop healthy coping strategies.
While it may seem difficult to find your way back to hope and happiness, I’ve been helping clients personally do just that for years – to experience joy, to reconnect with loved ones, and to reengage with a meaningful life.
If you’d like to take the first steps to feeling better, please contact me today for an appointment.