Counseling for Depression 

Maybe you're feeling like your pulling away from friends or family or perhaps you are afraid that your poor work performance is going to lead to getting fired. You may be struggling to complete day-to-day activities, or simply unable to get out of bed. Perhaps you're feeling hopeless.

Whatever it is that is you're experiencing, you're beginning to notice the impact of this in every facet of your life:

  • Struggling to stay focused and productive at work

  • Not interested in being with your kids or  partner

  • Not sleeping well

  • Overeating or no appetite

  • Not taking care of yourself

Therapy for depression can help.

It may feel impossible now, but you can feel confident, happy, and laugh again. You can enjoy time with your family and friends, feel good at your job and feel more like yourself. And we can help you get there.

Therapy for depression helps you to:

  • understand the root cause of your depression

  • learn how to unhook from negative thoughts

  • learn healthy coping skills

  • discover ways to reconnect with your values and things that are most important to you so that your life has a sense of meaning and purpose

We'll help you through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs and circumstances. Our approach to treating depression comes from a place of hope: believing that you will learn to overcome your depressive thoughts to find a true sense of satisfaction in life.

You don't have to live life feeling defeated and lost.

We can help you get there.

Has your child or teen told you they feel depressed? Perhaps you've noticed them pull away from activities that they use to enjoy. You may have noticed that they don't care about how they look anymore, or they simply say they don't care about anything anymore. Perhaps you're feeling worried that they are have having thoughts of hurting themself.

Whatever it is that they are experiencing, you're beginning to notice the impact of this in every facet of their life:

  • failing in school

  • acting out and getting in trouble more often

  • not interested in eating or eating too much

  • not wanting to be around friends

Therapy for depression can help.

 

It may not feel possible, but your child or teen can be happy again. They can do better in school, get along better with you, and feel more confident. And we can help them do it.

Counseling for depression can help your child or adolescents to:

  • figure out what is causing their depressed mood

  • learn ways to better manage their intense feelings

  • improve their performance in school and relationships with friends

  • improve their relationship with their parent(s)/caregivers.

We'll help your child or teen through this process by tailoring each step to their unique needs and circumstances. Our approach to helping children and adolescents with depression comes from a place of hope: believing each person has the resiliency to not only cope with stressors and difficult experiences but to flourish.

It's time to help your child find happiness again.