Counseling for Depression

Feelings of depression are not a stranger to most of us. We have been down, unmotivated, and had physical symptoms that kept us from doing some of the things we enjoy. We are often able to work through it alone and feel better again. Sometimes, though, these symptoms can worsen to the point that we are unable to see a way out. They can keep us from engaging in normal activities and from building meaningful relationships. Depression, however, is manageable. Through the use of research-supported methods including CBT and mindfulness, I help my clients learn ways to cope with and, in some cases, eliminate the depressive symptoms they face.

If you experience any of the symptoms below, please contact me for support:

  • Depressed mood
  • The inability to find pleasure in daily activities
  • Drastic weight changes
  • Slowed thinking and physical movement
  • Fatigue or loss of energy
  • Feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt
  • Indecisiveness
  • Recurrent thoughts of death and/or suicidal thoughts
  • Intrusive, negative thoughts