Treatment For Depression

Depression comes in many forms. You might be depressed after a devastating trauma. Maybe you’ve lost a loved one. You’re feeling depressed after a relationship breakup. Or you might have been chronically depressed all your life. Maybe you’re depressed in the darker, shorter winter months. Have you been laid off? Maybe you’ve had a medical diagnosis or procedure and one of the side effects is depression. Whatever the “cause”, you’re becoming hopeless.

What is “clinical depression”? Ask yourself if any (how many?) of the following apply to you:

  • hopelessness
  • insomnia
  • weight gain or loss
  • letting go of routines that were good for you
  • isolating
  • “don’t care” attitude
  • suicidal thoughts
  • irritability
  • no desire
  • worthlessness
  • can’t concentrate
  • substance abuse
  • cutting
  • recklessness

Don’t wait any more. Get help for yourself or someone you care about. With over 27 years of professional experience, I provide a safe, confidential environment and personalized attention. One step at a time, one day at a time.