- You’ve been feeling less motivated to do the things that normally come easy.
- Activities or interests you’ve always loved suddenly don’t seem that exciting any more.
- You feel tired all the time and find yourself sleeping more or hardly sleeping at all.
- Friends and family have noticed you aren’t like your normal self, but you can’t seem to find a way to climb out of this hole.
- The empty feeling is starting to feel normal, and that scares you, because everyday tasks have become hard to do.
- Life has lost its color and you feel trapped in a gray world while everyone else around you is living in color.
- You just go through the motions, but you’re barely making it.
Living with depression is hard. Loved ones want to help, but depression feels so overwhelming and isolating that it’s difficult to explain. Some days it’s like you’re drowning but no one can see it. Having depression can encompass your life in such a way that you feel hopeless to ever get your life back.
There is hope!
If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, we are here to help.
We have multiple therapists who are skilled in working with the symptoms you are experiencing. Through therapy, you can have a safe space to work through the confusing tide of depression and find your way back to yourself.
We use many modalities of therapy: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Yoga, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Bereavement Interventions
To teach you skills to reconnect with others around you, process your difficult feelings, develop positive coping techniques, learn and enhance your strengths, and develop goals to move forward in your life once more.
Together, we will come up with tools to help you get back on task and ease feelings of hopelessness so that you may regain your feelings of self-worth. You are not alone, and there is hope.
If this resonates with you, all of our therapists are equipped to help. Click here to meet our therapists.