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Depression

Are you sad, lonely, alone, tired, fatigued, exhausted, empty, overwhelmed, feel a sense of guilt, helplessness, hopelessness, worthlessness, restlessness, irritable, angry or anxious? Do you consider yourself a failure, cry uncontrollably, have a change in appetite, weight or sleep pattern? Is there no reason to get up in the morning, shower, get dressed or leave the house? Do you question yourself “What’s wrong with me?” Why do I feel this way?” Do you consume more alcohol than usual, lost pleasure in things you enjoy? Do you feel more depressed or sad during certain seasons or season’s change? Do you have marital or relationship problems, financial, work, legal issues, going through separation/divorce/loss of a loved one, loss of employment, medical issues, change in day to day living experiences? Are you consumed with negative thoughts, no cloud with a silver liner, no rainbow after the rain, trapped in despair, sorrow, have no hope to climb out of the hole that has sucked you in? Are you isolating, avoiding work, school, family functions, having physical aches and pains, difficulty concentrating? Depression affects everyone at one time in their lives: about 9% of Americans adults from all walk of life suffer some form of depression, about 3% have major depression, In fact major depression is the leading cause of disability for Americans between the ages 15 and 44. Women are 70% more likely than men to experience depression during the course of their lifetimes, partly due to hormones. Depression does not always lead to suicide.

Depression does not have to be disabling. A therapist can help you unlock the key to living a productive life, gain new perspectives on problems, develop strong coping strategies, get rid of the old way of thinking and find that pot of gold, the silver lining, the strength to move on, and the motivation to get out of bed every morning. Don’t you want to smile, feel pleasure, overcome fears and insecurities that are leaving you in the dark, alone? Instead of feeling this way, let us help you enjoy life again.

Call us at 951-290-2997 to speak to a compassionate therapist. We work with all sorts of insurance and any financial situation. You can also book an appointment right now.

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