Why Depression Counseling?
Do you feel like you're living in a "black hole?"
Do you feel hopeless or helpless?
Have you lost interest in your friends and the activites you used to enjoy?
Do you feel tired all the time?
Do you have trouble concentrating?
Have your sleeping patterns or appetite changed?
Are you more angry or irritable than usual?
Do you find that you can't control your negative thoughts no matter how hard you try?
Do you ever find yourself wishing you could escape from all of the problems and pressures of daily life?
Understanding the signs and symptoms of depression are the first step to feeling better. It's normal to feel sad or to have "the blues" from time to time. But depression is more than just sadness. If emptiness and despair have taken hold of your life and won't go away, it's time to get help.
We are here to help!
Our Depression Counseling
Our Depression Counseling can reduce the feelings of helplessness and hopelessness, and help you regain interest in your life and improve your ability to feel joy and pleasure.
Our Depression Counseling can help with appetite and weight changes that often accompany depression, as well as improve your sleeping patterns, and reduce insomnia or hypersomnia.
Our Depression Counseling can help reduce anger, irritability, agitation and restlessness, and decrease the feelings of self-loathing, guilt, and worthlessness that people suffering with depression often experience.
Our Depression Counseling can help increase energy, improve concentration and memory, and decrease fatigue, sluggishness, and exhaustion.
Our Depression Counseling can decrease the frequency of reckless and impulsive behavior. When you reduce your depression, you no longer need to engage in substance abuse, compulsive gambling, reckless driving, and other behaviors that help you escape from your feelings of sadness.
Our Depression Counseling can reduce unexplained aches and pains. An increase in physical complaints such as headaches, back pain, aching muscles, and stomach pain are often signs of depression.