Untreated, depression can have lasting effects.
Depression can cause symptoms like persistent sadness, inability to concentrate, loss of interest, insomnia, and growing isolation, to name a few.
One of the most challenging things about depression is that it can sneak up over weeks, months, or even years. Many aspects of your life are suffering, like your relationships or professional life.
We can help sort out who you are versus the painful symptoms of depression you are currently experiencing and put you on the road to recovery.
Depression has many causes.
Significant events in your life, such as divorce, retirement, death of a partner, or loss of income, can cause depression.
Experiences of abuse or other traumatic childhood experiences have a way of coming back years later, increasing the probability of depression.
Conflicts and emotional situations can create a depressed state of mind.
Whatever the cause, depression can impact us mentally and physically. The right kind of therapy can make dealing with depression easier.
Our approach to depression is evidence-based and pragmatic.
We are interested in helping you heal from your depression as quickly as possible so you can have your life back.
We will work closely with you to determine if you would also benefit from a referral to a psychiatrist for antidepressant medication.
Gaining a greater understanding of what caused their depression has proven beneficial to our clients. Some of those causes involve uncovering wounds from the past, present stressors, or the loss of a relationship.
We create a safe space for you to explore, better understand, and recover what you have lost because of depression. If you are struggling with depression, we are here to help.